Tofu made with peanuts instead of soybeans. Jackfruit. Water Spinach.<br />
...And all sorts of Vegan Asian junkfood I saw in an awesome Asian grocery store across town.<br />
...I did feel very awkwardly tall in there...
"Traditional Japaneses Ramen" holds for me too.<br />
Then the 1st thing that comes to mind is this (apearently) delicious chicken stew that I've wanted to try ever since I heard about it. I haven't tried it yet because the person who made/ makes it lives in England, need to take a plane there. haha, not that far though. Me and my darn stories.<br />
And if you're reading this, you're cooking that when I come over, got it!? Heck, if you don't I might be half-mad at you til you do. :P
Go to Chinatown for bubble tea and dragon fruit.<br />
I'm looking for fresh hibiscus flowers to eat
i'd really like to travel to Thailand and try their food :D
Rainer cherries <br />
Green zebra tomato<br />
Wine snap apple
Kobe Beef, they can't export it to america. I also would be very interested in trying Glass Gem Corn, look it up your jaw will drop.
Like what's sold as "Indian corn," only prettier...
For me it's Kobe Beef. I haven't had the chance to try as much sushi as I would have liked to either. Weird. Maybe I should go to Japan.<br />
Dragon Fruit is delicious by the way.
Story of my life. I LOVE to cook..hard to find ingredients for my fave stuff but I would just DIE if i could eat a traditional Korean meal again.. I've always loved the spicey taste of their stuff..We only have a thai food restaurant nearby and NO asian grocer..like ANYWHERE
Okra. Don't know how to find it. Heard it tastes like garbage anyway. Still want to try it because of the word: OKRA!!!