|Subject: Bad food on your travels|
I agree that the street food in Thailand is among the best in the world. We lived on it when there.
I have to put in a vote for the hot dog/sausage vendors outside of baseball stadiums in Canada and the USA. It may not be the best food but the anticipation of the game and the ritual of eating it is delicious.
The worst "food" I have ever had is the junk that passes for food on the New Orleans paddle wheeler from the zoo to the aquarium. Avoid it all costs. The cheese on the nachos is make-believe. Also have had some truly awful food from street vendors in Hong Kong. Some unrecognizable stuff that tasted awful and that I had to discard in the wastebin.
Ziners, what should we avoid?
Lucy, Toronto, Canada