2012's Most Challenging Dishes in NYC
1. Pig Blood Soup at Hospoda -- This seething potage, a sometime special at this elegant Czech restaurant, has the texture and appearance of semi-coagulated pig blood, and the taste is salty and somewhat sweet. What knocks it into orbit, figuratively speaking, is the fragrant marjoram on top and the nuggets of barley found in its depths. Would you dare try it?
Please check out our 2010 list of most challenging dishes.
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