Ten Least Liked Foods
This week, we’ve been challenged to name ten of our least liked foods. Easy peasy.
- Tongue — only ever had cow’s tongue, but I have a feeling I wouldn’t be a huge fan of any other type either. Those of you with dirty minds (I know you are out there), get out of the gutter, you’re in my way!
- Pig’s feet — my mother loved to snack on them when I was a child.
- Mom also enjoyed sardines! I have never learned to appreciate them.
- Lobster — not a big fan of something that screams at me while I boil it alive. Geez, I’m so squeamish.
- Let’s just say that I don’t like any kind of seafood, at all, and then we won’t have to list them all. This was difficult for my poor mother, being from a coastal area, famous for seafood. Poor woman, I was such a trial to her, during my wonder years.
- Spam — the kind in the funny little can. Well, I don’t like the other kind either.
- Tripe — I’ve never been able to try it because of the smell. Where I grew up, it was everyone’s favorite comfort food, but I didn’t get it?!
- Cheese — Smell has always gotten in the way of my becoming a gourmand. To my, apparently warped, senses, cheese smells like someone has just barfed all over the place and they just put it in my food. Needless to say, I don’t do cheese.
- Bambi — oh, I meant venison.
- Wild game is to “gamey” for me. I’ve made myself try: bunny, squirrel, elk, moose, beaver, etc. I’ve never enjoyed any of it. But it is a goal to learn how to cook it, because I believe it will help my little man overcome some of his food allergies if he eats traditional foods.
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