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What is the worst meal ever served to you? It could even be something you prepared. Now, I am not talking about foods you dislike, but rather a dish that you normally enjoy or at least thing is alright but who ever cooked it butchered it up and botched it so badly that it was simply dreadful.

In my case it was in the late seventies. A friend of mine who is normally an excellent cooked invited some of us over for beef burgandy. She didn't know much about wine only that it involved a red wine. So she went out and got sangria.

When everybody sat down to dine, people took one bite and froze with the concoction still in their mouths, then eyes drifted to the others and the same thing happened. She finally took a bite, made a horrible face and turned red. She composed herself and suggested, "Let's order pizza."

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somnium

Jul 23 @ 12:36PM  
Steak and eggs at a Waffle house some where in Southern Ohio- not only did the steak taste bad, it was gristly too! When I lifted the toast off covering one end of the steak, a large half-Moon shaped hole was there, where the rest of the steak should have been, in my opinion!

theSkwirl

Jul 23 @ 12:49PM  
My daughter once made tacos..and she had heard somewhere that people put cinnamon in the meat... well, they do but only a pinch.. she put in a tablespoon.. that was .. well.. I ate it cuz I love her.
lunanegra

Jul 23 @ 1:28PM  
Chicken cacciatore. Its supposed to be moist and juicy, but along with serving it on whole wheat pasta, it tasted like sawdust in tomato sauce on top of cardboard. If I were a termite, I'd be delighted with it.

Here's the kicker...I cooked it. That was my first true cooking fail; and instead of tossing it out( I cant afford the luxury), I converted it into a baked ziti kind of dish to last me until next grocery run.
Sunshine79

Jul 23 @ 1:32PM  
I think I've mentioned it before. Maybe not. But, my sisters took me to lunch and since I had no cash, they paid. Well, I wanted Tortellini Carbonara and I got tortellini with pine nuts and goat cheese. All I knew was I didn't like nuts. Especially in my food. And Ive never had the pleasure of tasting goat cheese. So, once the food hit my mouth, it was like I bit into a big piece of leftover, stanky ass. Yes people, like ass & foot. I was so disgusted. I told my sister it didn't taste right. They didn't care and insisted that since then paid, I had to eat it. Well, needless to say, I mustered up the courage to eat it and when there was just one bite left, my sisters asked to finally taste it. And guess what happened? They both spit it out and asked how the hell I ate it..........
Wordsofwit

Jul 23 @ 1:47PM  
I got tortellini with pine nuts and goat cheese.
Goat's cheese is pungent just like goat's milk. A little goes a long ways. There are some other cheeses like that too. They should almost be used like a spice, sparingly to add a slight bend of zip and twang to the dish.

I wasn't really aiming this blog towards restaurants and unknown entrees as much as something familiar that you or somebody you knew fixed at home ending in disaster.

But for a restaurant faux pas, I ordered some seafood alfredo at a high end restaurant. When it was served, it was garnished on top with six stir fried baby octopus. My date was horrified, her face went ashen, and she got up and bee lined it for the ladies room. I removed the offending toppings to my bread plate, frantically flagged down wait staff, and had them remove it.

My date returned still rattled, but managed to eat most of her meal after picking through it with her fork in search for undesirable ingredients. There were none. Unfortunately, she kept referencing all of this repeatedly through out the evening. It really unnerved her obviously.
RJ53

Jul 23 @ 2:26PM  
It had to be some concoction I had at one dinner when I was on the cultural committee at NYU. The dish was Moroccan and yes I ate it with a smile since it was made by the ambassador's daughter who was in my class at school and her parents were attending the dinner. It tasted like meat that had been sitting in the sun for weeks. I was afraid to ask what was in it because at that point I really did not want to know.

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