Top 10 Most Unappetizing Food Names
It looks gross too.
Thank goodness for the pic. My mental image of this was...worse.
It's chipped beef in milk gravy and it's a traditional meal in the US Armed Forces, but it's also served in many diners and restaurants in the US as a breakfast item (on toast, bagels, English muffins, biscuits, home fries, rice, and in casseroles).
But usually the name S**t On A Shingle is used for Creamed chipped beef on toast (on the image)
It's just donkey milk but oh man, its name...
Heinz have a product called "Microwaveable Spotted Dick / Sponge Pudding (NEW recipe)"
What is so unappetizing about "Plopp". At least in German, this is a sound effect, similar to the English "pop" for something popping. It's also used as a slogan for "Nimm 2 Soft" gums, because they pop when you start to chew them. Maybe it means the same in Swedish.
It's a Swedish candy bar
It's a seasoning (from her collection Special Seasonings).
Chef Paula Deen about the product:
"Y'all, rub this wonderful blend of spices on any pork butt (even beef brisket) and watch everyone's eyes roll back in their heads over the flavor! "
Those look gross.
(aka spoon worm or fat innkeeper worm).
It's popular in Korea and China - in Korea it's eaten raw, in China it's usually stir-fried.
You get to eat it twice.
Now that's recycling.
It's just an innocent sauce... and not what all dirty minded people thought.
Thanks to whoever added it!
"Bubble Gum, Camel Balls, Extra Sour, Liquid Filled"
As if Spotted Dick wasn't enough... we also got a microwaveable version
But it's just a cake with chocolate crumbles, someone probably thought it looks like ants.
Tasty, but unnappentizing name. XC
Yeah, it's stinky!
Stinkhorns are edible (basket stinkhorn is preferred) but only in egg stage because they are odorless and stinkhorn 'eggs' are considered a delicacy in parts of China and Europe. Stinkhorn 'eggs' are pickled raw and sometimes sold under the name 'devil's eggs'.
The picture is even less appetising.
In its basic form it contains neither liver nor cheese, but is made from pork and beef which is grinded extremely finely and then baked. In between buns, it's one of the most popular (fast) foods in Austria, and one that is deeply connected to the country's image. Some variants have actual melted cheese inside.
However, none contain liver. I think liver and other organs are disgusting on my plate, and I wouldn't want to imagine what a literal liver cheese would be.
Wouldn't I call "Fleischbrot" if it's grinded finely like a bread flower?
LOL, do I wanna eat ants?
Gimme a bowl of mueslix!
It's smoked donkey cheese (it's a luxury food product by the way)
It's hot black pepper sauce that originated in Ghana. There are versions with cayenne pepper, and other ingredients.
That is disgusting.
It's a sausage filled with melted cheese. In neutral German it's a Käsekrainer ("Cheese krainer", "krainer" being a variety of sausage), but in Viennese dialect it has got this disgusting name. It's not only a very popular dish, it's also delicious, but in combination with this local name you can't get the image out of your head that this yellow cream inside isn't cheese, although it is.