Korean Restaurant Interior Design

 Ha!  The title of this post was a google search term that lead someone to this blog. 

I just returned from a trip to the D.C. area and I will have posts and pics for you very soon. But first, a MEME. I’ve seen this on several blogs so I thought I’d play along. 

How the Omnivore’s 100 Works:

1) Copy this list into your blog or journal, including these instructions.

2) Bold all the items you’ve eaten.

3) Cross out any items that you would never consider eating.

4) Optional: Post a comment at Very Good Taste, linking to your results.

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 My Omnivore’s Hundred:

1. Venison

2. Nettle Tea

3. Huevos rancheros

4. Steak Tartare – I really want to try this! UPDATE: Enjoyed the Steak Tartare bruchetta at 203 N. Elm in Greensboro.  The raw steak did a great job mimicing tomatoes.

 

5. Crocodile [only alligator] – My sister tells a story about personally killing an alligator in South Florida.  I hope the story is not true. 😦   I ate alligator once and that will be enough alligator for me, thank you! 

6. Black Pudding

7. Cheese fondue

8. Carp

9. Borscht

10. Baba ghanoush – I recently made a killer ‘noush using this recipe.

11. Calamari

12. Pho

13. PB&J sandwich

14. Aloo gobi

15. Hot dog from a street cart

16. Epossies

17. Black truffle

18. Fruit wine made with something other then grapes

19. Steamed pork buns

20. Pistachio ice cream

21. Heirloom tomatoes

22. Fresh wild berries

23. Foie gras

24. Rice and beans

25. Headcheese (I may have had headcheese on a charcuterie platter in San Francisco, but I can’t remember.)

26. Raw Scotch Bonnet Pepper

 27. Dulce de leche

28. Oysters

29. Baklava

30. Bagna cauda

31. Wasabi peas

32. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl

photographic evidence

33.  Salted Lassi

34. Sauerkraut

35. Root beer float

36. Cognac with a fat cigar

37. Clotted Cream Tea

38. Vodka Jelly/Jell-O, also Vodka Jelly/Jell-O

39. Gumbo

40. Oxtail

41. Curried goat

42. Whole Insects 

43. Phaal

44. Goat’s milk

45. Malt Whiskey from a bottle worth $120 or more. I WISH 😦

46. Fugu

47. Chicken tikka masala

48. Eel

49. Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut

50. Sea Urchin

51. Prickly pear.  True story: I tried a prickly pear granita latte at a barista competition.

52. Umeboshi

53. Abalone

54. Paneer

55. McDonald’s Big Mac Meal

56. Spaetzle

57. Dirty gin martini

58. Beer above 8% ABV

59. Poutine – I really want to try an authentic version of this! I do not count the Southern knock-off I tried in Chapel Hill.

60. Carob chips

61. S’mores

62. Sweetbreads

63. kaolin

64. Currywurst

65. Durian

66. Frogs’ legs

67. Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake

68. Haggis

69. Fried plantain

70. Chitterlings or andouillette

71. Gazpacho

72. Caviar and blini

73. louche absinthe

74. Gjetost or brunost

75. Roadkill

76. Baijiu

77. Hostess Fruit Pie

78. Snail

79. Lapsang Souchong

80. Bellini

81. Tom Yum

82. Eggs Benedict

83. Pocky

84. 3 Michelin Star Tasting Menu

85. Kobe beef

86. Hare

87. Goulash

88. Flowers

89. Horse

90. Criollo Chocolate

91. Spam

92. Soft shell crab

93. Rose harissa

94. Catfish

95. Mole poblano

96. Bagel and lox

97. Lobster Thermidor

98. Polenta

99. Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee

100. Snake

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One response to “Korean Restaurant Interior Design

  1. you can totally make steak tartare bold now. we did it!

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