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The 15 Most Bizarre Fast-Food Menu Items of All Time (Slideshow)

The 15 Most Bizarre Fast-Food Menu Items of All Time (Slideshow)

These left us scratching our heads

Pizza Hut Sri Lanka: Birizza

Biryani, the popular South Asian rice dish, is about the last thing you’d expect to see at a Pizza Hut, but last July the “Birizza” hit the menus at locations in Sri Lanka. The dish was offered with either chicken or paneer cheese, and was topped with a pizza dough crust (starch on starch!). An onion salad came on the side, as well as spicy gravy.

Subway Japan: Sausage and Barbecue Sub

In August 2013, Subways in Japan added a new meat to the menu: a long sausage, topped with barbecue sauce. As usual, guests were able to choose the cheese, bread, and veggies. I think we can safely say that we won’t be seeing stateside Subways offering sausages any time soon.

KFC Indonesia: Cheese Donut

For some reason, cheese-topped donuts are quite popular in Indonesia, and in September 2013 KFC decided to get in on the action, offering a glazed donut topped with shredded Swiss and Cheddar cheese. Here in America, we only eat cheesy donuts if they’re sandwiching a burger patty!

Pizza Hut UK: Cheeseburger Pizza

A cheeseburger pizza isn’t so wild around these parts anymore; it’s usually just a regular pizza topped with ground beef and American cheese. But in England (and previously in the Middle East), Pizza Hut released a limited-time only pizza where the crust was actually made out of little cheeseburgers. They were topped with mozzarella, and ketchup was served on the side.

Pizza Hut Japan: Black Ninja Burger

This offering made international waves last October for its sheer outlandishness: a burger patty, onions, lettuce, mayo, a hash brown patty, and a giant piece of bacon were sandwiched between a black bun. Meant to resemble a ninja with his tongue sticking out (seriously), the burger even had its own mascot.

Pizza Hut Puerto Rico: Crazy Cheesy Bacon Crust Pizza

Last year, Pizza Hut briefly sold a pizza in the U.S. that was ringed by tiny pizzas (pizza spawn?) along the crust. The Puerto Rican division took it one step further in December by adding a sprinkle of bacon to the top of those tiny pizzas. Touché, Puerto Rico, touché.

Pizza Hut Singapore: Double Decker Pizza

Not to be outdone by the infamous Double Sensation described earlier, Pizza Hut Singapore went even more overboard with their holiday special last December. The bottom pizza had a stuffed crust and was topped with chicken pepperoni and bell peppers, and the smaller pizza stacked on top of it was topped with rolls of turkey ham and Edam cheese, tomatoes, zucchini, and mango mayonnaise. Insanity.

Domino’s Australia: $50 Wagyu Beef Pizzas

In December, locations of Domino’s Pizza in Australia offered probably their highest-end pizzas ever, made with Wagyu-grade super-marbled beef. The first pizza, the Wagyu 3 Ways, was topped with Wagyu rib meat, Wagyu bresaola, sliced, Wagyu sausage, smoked rasher bacon, ground beef, and tomato-bell pepper sauce. The second came topped with Wagyu rib meat, truffle-infused hollandaise sauce, Camembert cheese, cherry tomatoes, and red onion. The two pizzas were sold together for $50 (about $45 USD), and when you ordered one your order was automatically bumped to the front of the line.

Krispy Kreme UK: Mince Pie Doughnut

Mincemeat pies are quite popular in the UK; they used to include actual minced meat along with chopped fruit and spices, but today most varieties forego the meat. As a special holiday treat last year, Krispy Kremes across the Kingdom released a Mince Pie doughnut; no word on whether it included meat, but we’re going to just assume it didn’t.

Pizza Hut India: So Cheezy Pizza

This pizza, which was rolled out in India in December, is beyond cheesy, and that’s saying a lot. The crust was not only stuffed with jalapeno cheese, it was topped with a cream cheese-based sauce instead of marinara sauce as well as mozzarella cheese. Cheese on cheese on cheese on bread? Yikes.

Burger King Vietnam: Kimchi Pork and Szechuan Beef Burgers

This here’s an interesting one, released in honor of the Chinese New Year last year (not sure why these were sold in Vietnam instead of China). They released two burgers: the Spicy Kimchi Double Pork, which tops two pork patties with American cheese and kimchi, and the Spicy Szechuan Double Beef, two beef patties topped with American cheese, onions, tomatoes, and a spicy Szechuan-inspired sauce.

Dunkin’ Donuts Pancake Sausage Bites

Pancakes and sausage are a breakfast staple, but combining them into one oblong nugget meant to be dunked in syrup? Well, it does hit all the major food groups: salt, sugar, meat, and grease.

KFC Double Down

One of the most legendary (and grossest) fast-food experiments in history, this baby sandwiched cheese and bacon in between two patties of fried chicken. How this actually made it to market is anyone’s guess, but we’re assuming KFC’s R&D headquarters is located inside a frat house.

Burger King Pumpkin Burger

This offering, which was released in 2012, filled a bun with a burger patty, bacon, lettuce, slices of Japanese pumpkin (also known as kabocha squash), and a nut sauce made with peanuts, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, and sesame seeds. We can’t even imagine what this one must have tasted like.

McDonald’s Japan Gracoro Burger

A seasonal item with a cult following since its release in 1993, the Gracoro Burger is a real oddball. Instead of a burger patty, there’s a patty of macaroni, shrimp, and white sauce, with a breadcrumb crust. It’s topped with cheese, lettuce, and a mysterious brown sauce.


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup


Eating A to Z

mushrooms, pears,raspberrys, stawberries, mangoes, pine nuts, cherries, olives,
cottage cheese, tuna, refried beans, bell pepers, salmon, pine apple, sweet potatos, rice cakes, gonbonzo beans, pinto beans

Nox nox

September 28, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Xander

November 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm

C=coconut
U=
Ube: purple yams
Udder: the mammary gland of the domestic cow served as tripe in the North of England where it is known as elder
Urchins
Udi’s Bread: gluten free bread
Udo
Udon Noodles: thick Japanese noodles
Ugali
Ugli fruit
Uglies Biscuits
Ukrainian Rolls
Umbrella fruit
Umeboshi plums: preserved and delicious little Japanese plums used an accompaniment to food
Unagi: a type of fish roll
Undio
Unleavened bread
Unsweetened chocolates
Upma: a south Indian
X=
Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
Xavier steak (American steak dish)
Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
Xtra (brand of gum)
Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
Xtreme Candy
Xtreme hot sauce.
Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
X-Factor (energy drink)
XO sauce
Xanthren (herb)
xanthareel.. it’s a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.
also xiphias, which is swordfish.
xian hamburger
xanthum gum
Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
Xia-Chinese shrimp
Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
Xiangchang-Chinese for sausage
Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
xianrou – Chinese for bacon
xiaodianxin – Chinese for cookies
xiaonijurou – Chinese for veal
xihongshi – Chinese for tomato
xi mi fen – Chinese for tapioca flour
xingzi – Chinese for apricot
xiphios -Greek for swordfish
xocolatl – Ancient Aztec for chocolate
xouba – small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up
Xacuti
Xinomavro Grapes
Xanthan Gum,
Xavier Soup