Comments: Omnivore's Hundred

Try the poutine! There will be meat base to the grazy (though possibly someone might do a veggie based one) but they're yummy.

That's now what I want for lunch.

Posted by Dr. Steph at August 20, 2008 10:35 AM

I have kind of an obsession with poutsine (I'm really showing my French-Canadian heritage here). If you want to try the real deal there's a great place on the West Side of Manchester, but there is also an extremely delicious vegetarian version with a mushroom gravy on the Martha Stewart website. It's from a show that Shania Twain was on, and she's a vegetarian too, so that's why it has a mushroom sauce. I've made it and it's fabulous.

Now I'm really hungry.

Posted by Caitlin at August 20, 2008 11:16 AM

Nothing on earth could convince me to try borscht. Beets. Yuck.

OTOH, oysters and soft shelled crab? Yum. Interesting list!

And I'll be keeping a good thought for you now......hope it'll still do some good!

Posted by Carrie K at August 21, 2008 07:44 PM

Why not Huevos Rancheros? I thought you ate eggs? According to Diana Kennedy it is "fried eggs served on tortillas and covered with a picante tomato sauce". Which actually sounds a lot more appealing than my parents version which was essentially a fried egg on top a tostada with pinto beans, lettuce, salsa and sour cream. Though I'm not a big fried egg fan.

And while I'm sure tofu scramble is great, I don't think there is a way to make it seem like a fried egg.

Posted by Anotheryarn at August 24, 2008 03:34 AM
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