I am a firm believer that one can learn to like, and even enjoy, eating just about anything. From personal experience, I've learned to like mushrooms, tomatoes and fish-- yes, that's right, until my early twenties I didn't eat "swimming" fish (vs. shellfish). But I just sought out well-prepared fish dishes and then learned to make some of them myself-- voila! I like fish. I undertook these "taste projects" because picky eaters are a pet peeve of mine. Nothing infuriates me more than someone refusing to eat a certain food (particularly if said person is a guest in someone's home). So what have you had to learn to like and why? And are there things you just won't eat, even if you're at a dinner party?