I guess it's just an exercise to see if you've expanded your horizons in enjoying new tastes. It's definitely a Western-oriented list, but given that cultural bias, it's still fun.
Here are my answers. If I haven't tried it, no formatting change to the characters. If I've tried it, it's Bolded. My comments are bracketed. If I would refuse to even try it, it's struck through.
So let's see my "score". I've tried around 50 out of 100. I've had true clam chowder in Maine and Maryland, so I think that the sourdough bowl is a stupid gimmick. And smoking a cigar has nothing to do with drinking cognac -- that's not consumption. And I'd refuse....none but one out of 100. The poisonous pufferfish can't be worth the risk of having a chef who's not on his game that day. Having said that I think if I'd be hungry or desperate enough, I'd eat anything that wouldn't eat me first.
Here's my list. I listed a clean cut and paste version afterwards since I added a lot of comments in mine.
If you do your own list in your own blog, just post a notification at Peachey's blog....here's the link to her blog: