Each Friday, here at Prism Book Alliance® we will be tackling a very important topic… of sorts. Five Thing Friday… The topic will change each week, so be sure to check back. We encourage you to comment with your own Five Things!
Topic: Weird Things You Have Eaten
We asked each of our reviewers to tell us about what are the five weirdest things you have ever eaten?
I am pretty damn picky. I am not terribly adventurous when it comes to my food.
Chef-Boy-Ardee Ravioli straight from the can.
French onion dip on sandwiches
Roe – weird for me, anyway EW
I love ricotta cheese on pizza
I put ketchup on fried shrimp
A galette (kind of a savory pancake) filled with sausage made of tripes (to be honest, I didn’t exactly eat it…)
Snails. Also yuck.
Potato soup and plum cake (yes, combined, and that actually tastes good. It’s traditional where my husband comes from.)
French Toast with liver sausage (one of my American roommates in student dorm used to have that for breakfast)
Blue scones (try eating something blue, your brain doesn’t want to do it)
Korean cookies (loved them)
Kangaroo tail soup
A sandwich involving Spam and tomato sauce (I didn’t realize what it was when I accepted it, and only managed one bite)
Stingray (steamed in banana leaves)
Monkey bread (it’s delicious, but why is it called that?)
Fedt mi log (may have botched the spelling) Danish alternative to butter for your open-faced sandwich, consisting primarily of lard and onions. It’s yummy, but weird.
I don’t know how much weirdness these qualify for, so I’ll call them maybe sorta unusual:
Ok I’m stumped! Lol
I am totally the most unadventurous eater ever. If I don’t know what it is or understand how it’s cooked, nope not going there. I usually stick to the things I know and almost always order the exact same thing every time I eat out. I’m too boring to answer this question!
Peanut butter & mayo sandwich
An ant ( I was a kid)
So what are your Five Things???
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