I got this food meme via Fabulously Broke. Looks like fun!
Bold if eaten, RED or strikeout if you'll never eat it. (Add commentary if you like, because I certainly will)
1. New York pizza - I've had NY Style Pizza, but not in NY. Does this count?
2. Hoppin' John - I don't what this is
3. New Mexico green chile - In New Mexico, even. Hi Jenny!
4. Homemade buttermilk biscuits - Sadly, no. Not homemade at least.
6. Whole Maine lobster - But would love to go to Maine and have it again, because lobster is not my fave usually (it might be different were it not shipped across the country)
7. Calabash-style shrimp and hushpuppies
8. Kansas City barbecue ribs - KC style, I do not know.
9. Hot glazed Krispy Kreme - I've had better....
10. San Diego fish tacos - Can't pin down how SD style is different.
11. Cheese curds - blech.
12. Key lime pie
13. Philly cheese steak - But not in Philly, so does it even count?
14. Memphis pork barbecue sandwich
15. Lowcountry boil - Yes, quite often actually.
16. Huckleberry pie - Love the huckleberry, but never had it in pie
17. New England clam chowder - Abundance of this stuff in Seattle
18. Boiled peanuts
19. Buffalo (Bison) burger - I might have had a bite of Hubby's
20. Eggs Benedict
21. Pastrami on rye
22. Corned beef and cabbage
23. Pancakes with maple syrup
24. Everything bagel with cream cheese and tomato - Hold the tomato
25. Thin Mints - Best Girl Scout Cookie EVER
26. Frito pie - Chili on Frito's - great combo
27. Potato knish with mustard
28. Silver Queen corn on the cob - probably, as it seems to describe any white corn
29. Soft pretzel from a street cart
30. Fresh-picked blueberries - Mom has blueberry bushes
31. Sourwood honey - This list seems a little East Coast biased....
32. State fair funnel cake - I prefer the Elephant Ears or Scones when I go to the Fair
33. Chesapeake crab cakes - Pacific Northwest, if you please
34. Candied yams
35. Oyster dressing
36. Snow cone or snowball
37. Wild Alaskan salmon - At least once a year, when the Copper Rivers or Yukon Rivers are in season
38. Sautéed more - What is this? Couldn't find any info on it
39. Persimmon pudding - Persimmons, yes. In a pudding, no.
40. General Tso's Chicken
41. Frozen custard
42. Italian sausage with peppers and onions on a hoagie bun
43. Chili dogs - One of the dishes Hubby knows how to make
44. Buffalo wings with blue cheese
45. Spam musubi - I want to though, very popular in Hawaii
46. Saltwater taffy
47. Fluffernutter sandwich on Wonder Bread
48. Black and white cookie
50. BLT with thick-cut applewood bacon
51. Baked beans
52. Pumpkin pie
53. Collards with vinegar and Tabasco
54. Tex-Mex fajitas with skirt steak and sautéed peppers
55. Fried green tomatoes - I made them once
57. Shrimp and grits
58. Hot water cornbread
59. Barbecue chicken pizza with red onions
60. Chicken fried steak
61. Carnitas burrito
62. Apple butter
63. Geoduck (pronounced: Gooey-duck) - Might have, they're abundant here
64. Soft-serve ice cream cone dipped in chocolate shell
65. Pecan pie
66. Catfish supper at a church or fire station
67. Oysters Rockefeller
68. Homemade cranberry sauce
69. Pimento cheese
70. MoonPie washed down with R.C. Cola
71. Pickled watermelon rind
72. Cracker Jacks at the ball game
73. Smithfield ham
74. Meatloaf and mashed potato blue plate special at diner
75. Chicken and waffles
76. Po'Boy with many napkins
77. Green bean casserole with French's fried onions
78. Stuffed sopaipillas
80. Shad roe on toast
81. Sweet potato casserole with or without marshmallows
83. New York cheesecake
84. Pan-fried river trout
86. North Carolina pig pickin'
87. California rolls
89. Penuche fudge
90. Fried peanut butter and banana sandwich
91. Scrapple or livermush
92. Elk medallions in red wine reduction - Have had elk, but as a steak
93. Muscadine grapes
94. Cheeseburger at backyard barbecue - Who hasn't? Hubby's other recipe he knows how to make
95. Open-face turkey sandwich
96. Chicago deep dish pizza
97. Cobb salad
98. Peach pie a la mode
99. Macaroni and cheese
100. Root beer float
I suppose living in Seattle has it advantages, there are lots of different cultures here and restaurants to reflect it. And I'll try just about anything at least once, even the Shad roe. Caviar is not on the list, but that is where I draw the line. I will eat raw oysters as I don't think they're that bad, but I do think they're overpriced.
16 hours ago