Foods you find disgusting?


#101

Do people eat orchids? It’s only for garnish …


#102

No liver


#103

there’s pizza…as made in NY…then there’s this greasy pan made pizzaish thing they make in Chicago… u can’t just make up a pizza style for every city :man_facepalming:t2: Detroit style…looks like a Sicilian to me


#104

Childhood nightmares…


Still nightmarish :face_vomiting:


#105

Alrighty- as a Chef I really WILL try anything once…with a few exceptions:
No fish. I’m allergic. I can eat crustaceans just fine though.
NOT EVER GONNA TRY, NOT EVEN IF THERE’s NOTHING ELSE TO EAT:
soups with eyeballs in them
Pigs feet, ears
Dog or cat or horse
Persimmon- cant stand the texture


#106

Brain?


#107

then I suggest that you try the soup no.5 I mentioned earlier… lol =D


#108

Not fond of the idea at all. But maybe if I wasn’t told it was brain I’d be ok with trying it.


#109

I relate to this, if I didn’t know what it was I’d eat it.


#110

It’s like Sicilian pizza, but uses very specific ingredients and technique.

It’s similar! Though that’s like saying all thin-crust pizza is NY pizza, which just isn’t true. NY is the master of the plain slice, but other regions (like California) have taken thin-crust and done some terrific things with it.

The main difference between Sicilian and Detroit pizza is the pan and the use of brick cheese. Brick cheese is pretty fatty/oily so as the cheese melts the oils help fry the dough a bit, which produces different texture.

Most chefs I’ve met have that same attitude.

I have eaten most of the things on that list (no dogs or cats).


#111

Ayeee Detroit is my homeland. Pizza is #1 there :wink:


#112

Y’all definitely took that style and made it yours. Much respect.


#113

We try XD


#114

So you have tried horse…? I find that slightly disturbing lol


#115

Don’t you try to remind me :nauseated_face:
-edit-
There is a dish called Horse Torpedo in my country, which I don’t want to eat at all…


#116

I’ve been to places where eating horse isn’t super weird. Not something I’d do again since I’m vegetarian, but definitely an interesting experience.


#117


#118

That one is yummy :yum:
One of my favorites…
-edit-
Try to eat it with chicken porridge…


#119


Haha yeah I understand cultural differences. I ate stuff I couldn’t recognize or name while living in Japan as a kid. But who would want to eat something so cute and lovable? :joy::joy:


#120

it tastes good but i cant stand the yolk