Living with a Foodie


There are many good things about living with a foodie. The best of which is you find yourself spending lots of money and time in all kinds of strange restaurants, whether you want it or not (most of the times, you want it).

If someday there is a contest on simply the number of different cuisines you have tried at least once in your lifetime, I think we are in pretty good shape.

So, here’s my list of CIHTALO – Cuisines I Have Tried At Least Once. I need to write it down because I want to have something to be proud of when I die.

Chinese
Japanese
Korean
Indian
Thai
Vietnamese
Malaysian
Italian
French
Portuguese
Danish
Spanish
Greek
Turkish
Ukrainian
American
Mexican
Brazilian
Cuban
Peruvian
Argentinian
Moroccan
Egyptian
Ethiopian
Nepali
German
Serbian

Total: 27
Time spent: 61 hours, 53 minutes, 40 seconds
Money spent: $2154.36
Valuable life experience gained: 0

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3 responses to “Living with a Foodie

  1. I am wondering how you figure out the time spent….. :)

  2. easy, I used a stop watch to accurately time every meal we ate… up to milliseconds…

  3. ft
    should someone else post an entry saying living with a timie :)

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