OK, title states it all.
Some things on my list (I'm an experience, taste person) are not things I wanna do, but think I should do to know if what others say is worth it. Done some, will do others. I plan to do my, gulp, first ever, soft shell crab experience this year. I think I will live. I will certainly post about it.
My dream is this: once I read that the best Japanese eating experience was a train trip through Japan, stopping at inns, for that local, in home meal at each stop.
A few years ago in the same meal I sucked a shrimp head and ate the fried shell, both things I thought I could never do, without a gun to my family's head. I survived. It was good. I tried it again years later at another (CH recommended local place), the experience was awful, it was the restaurant's fault.
Once I tried uni, in my early sushi eating days. Deal was my partner and I would order the chef's deluxe, as it always promised a well er deluxe item. We'd share the bite. i was always the bravest (sometimes spelled 'stupid") who tasted first, That bite had only one thing going for it, the only way I could survive it was to have my partner eat it as well. He did what I wanted to do and spit it out. We agreed , we were glad we did not step it in. MANY years later I tried uni again, Oh Wow, it was so good! Turns out the first place had bad uni!
So I ask you CH what have you done on your bucket list and what do you still have there? Would you re-try a FAIL on a bucket list item?
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