The Pulitzer prize-winning food critic who seemingly eats everything has equal aversions to both the simple and the obscure: "I won't eat an egg either by itself or in an omelet, although I cook them for my family every day. I'm not wild about peanut butter. I love tripe and I love hominy, but for some reason I don't much like menudo--the combination of the two flavors is awfully strong. I have almost no tolerance for overcooked fish, especially baked cod. And filter organs have to be very well executed for me to enjoy them: None of Leopold Bloom's fine tang of urine in the morning, thank you very much." [LAW]
What Won't Gold Eat?
by Lesley Balla