Yes, whitetail deer in WV and Guam deer
99. Nettle tea: No,
98. Huevos rancheros: 7 years in San Diego, need I sa more
97. Steak tartare: no but I would try iy
96. Crocodile: no
95. Black pudding: no
94. Cheese fondue: yee
93. Carp: yes
92. Borscht: Not yet.
91. Baba ghanoush: Quite possibly, many of my family friends are of foreign ancestry
90. Calamari: about ten different ways
89. Pho: Heck yes. A Vietnamese American I used to work with would bring in some homemade pho for potlucks at the QA office.
88. PB&J sandwich: My favorite involves fresh berries warmed up and mushed.
87. Aloo gobi: Not yet.
86. Hot dog from a street cart: Yes.
85. Époisses: no
84. Black truffle: Not yet.
83. Fruit wine made from something other than grapes: If coconut wine counts. Its called tuba on Guam.
82. Steamed pork buns: a dime a dozen on Guam at the Korean run stores.
81. Pistachio ice cream: yes
80. Heirloom tomatoes: from Grandpa’s garden.
79. Fresh wild berries: My Aunt had a thicket of blackberries at her house. MM Good!
78. Foie gras: no
77. Rice and beans: In all types of combos, my personal favorite is black beans and rice.
76. Brawn, or head cheese: appaently by default from eating potted meat.
75. Raw Scotch Bonnet pepper: No, But I have ate Guam boonie peppers raw.
74. Dulce de leche: Yes
73. Oysters: Yes, my preference is on hte half shell.
72. Baklava: Yes. The first time was at a Greek wedding banquet for one of Dad’s friends.
71. Bagna cauda: no
70. Wasabi peas: Every port I’ve visited in Asia has them. And all kinds of flavors too.
69. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl: I like good thick soup in a bread bowl.
68. Salted lassi: no
67. Sauerkraut: I like baking pork products on a bed of sauerkraut.
66. Root beer float: Oh, yeah!
65. Cognac with a fat cigar: no, but Maker’s Mark and a fine cigar are just as good.
64. Clotted cream tea: no
63. Vodka jelly/Jell-O shot: some girls from work made these for our last BYOb Halloween party. I would rather put the vodka in a proper drink.
62. Gumbo: from a third hand Cajun. Some of Dad’s uncles are from Louisiana, and I like his recipe.
61. Oxtail: Chamorros(indigenous to GU) put it in beans like we use ham hocks.
60. Curried goat: not yet
59. Whole insects: A delicacy courtesy of my Mexican friends.
58. Phaal: no idea
57. Goat’s milk: A gift to Dad from the Greek friend mentioned earlier.
56. Single malt whisky: I do enjoy a good whisky.
55. Fugu: no
54. Chicken tikka masala: Not yet.
53. Eel: yes
52. Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut: yes, but I prefer Crown bakery.
51. Sea urchin: I didn’t like it.
50. Prickly pear: not yet.
49. Umeboshi: a popular beer drinking snack on Guam.
48. Abalone: I’m pretty sure I have.
47. Paneer: Not yet
46. McDonald’s Big Mac Meal: yes, who hasn’t
45. Spaetzle: Dad brought some back from a business trip to Germany.
44. Dirty gin martini: the only kind if you ask me.
43. Beer above 8% ABV: Australia has some good ones
42. Poutine: Nope.
41. Carob chips: no
40. S’mores: Yep. Boy Scouts.
39. Sweetbreads: the closest I’ve came is sweet meat from venison
38. Kaolin: no
37. Currywurst: I’ve had ‘hot links’, the equivalent…
36. Durian: No, but I probably will by the time I leave the Western Pacific.
35. Frogs’ legs: Nothing special.
34. Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake: San diego County Fair.
33. Haggis: It’s on my list of things to try. But in Guam they have a stew made with pig intestines. Pretty rich.
32. Fried plantain: Yeah, more of the influence of my Hispanic friends.
31. Chitterlings, or andouillette: no
30. Gazpacho: yes, a good summer soup
29. Caviar and blini: no
28. Louche absinthe: This is one liquor I haven’t tried yet.
27. Gjetost, or brunost: I don’t know about this one.
26. Roadkill: Despite what you might have heard, this hillbilly don’t eat roadkill.
25. Baijiu: no
24. Hostess Fruit Pie: my maternal grandparents always had these at their house.
23. Snails: not yet
22. Lapsang souchong: Quite possibly. I have spent most of my adult life sailing through Asian areas.
21. Bellini: No
20. Tom yum: not yet.
19. Eggs Benedict: Yes.
18. Pocky: back to those trips ta Asia again
17. Tasting menu at a three-Michelin-star restaurant: No.
16. Kobe beef: love it.
15. Hare: it’s on my short list.
14. Goulash: Mom’s side is of german descent.
13. Flowers: clover, during Wilderness Survival in Boy Scouts.
12. Horse: No, but I wouldn’t turn it down.
11. Criollo: No
10. Spam: a staple on Guam. We fry it and drop it in Ramen.
9. Soft shell crab: Yes, from the Sound in North Carolina.
8. Rose harissa: No
7. Catfish: in Mississippi
6. Mole poblano: One of only a small handful of Mexican foods I haven’t tried.
5. Bagel and lox: yes
4. Lobster Thermidor: not bad.
3. Polenta: once upon a time.
2. Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee: No, I prefer Kona.
1. Snake: Yeah. In NC a local pizza joint offered it as a topping.