A lot of people I know are pretty picky eaters when they are exposed to the few foods that their plates just cannot hold on to. And that includes me.
Personally, I admit that I have transformed so much considering how picky I was during my childhood, but I will still turn my nose away at anything too spicy, peas or any meal with a smallest slice of pork. I have pork and I cannot even tell you how much flack I can really get for hating pork, but it is actually due to the fact that I used to love it so much while I was a child, but thinking about it makes me sick to the stomach today. But someone's food might be someone's worst nightmare. There are even tribes and cultures around the world that consume what other people would even never want to touch. For example, there is a tribe in East Africa that feeds on grasshoppers. Actually it is one of their favorite dish and they like them so much. If you go to Thailand and China, you will be amazed about what people eat down there. Starting from dogs to bats, and even other small insects that you would never have imagined if someone would consume them.
It is entirely surprising to how our minds can react and evolve in accordance to over eating habits even after many years. These celebrities had their weird food quirks.
Some of their favorite food preferences are not surprisingly when it comes to pop culture, but there are some who had food preferences that might leave your stomach running.
Elvis Presley and his huge PB&J
Elvis Aaron Presley, who is commonly referred to as Elvis, was a famous American singer and actor. He has been regarded as one among the most influential cultural icons to have ever existed in the 20th century. Besides, he is normally referred to be the King of Rock n’ Roll. Born on 8th January 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi in the United States. He died at the age of 42 on August 16, 1977, in Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee in the United States.
Back in 1976, one year before the King passed away while he was in Colorado, he came across one of his signature favorite foods while he was inside a restaurant by the name “Fool’s Gold” sandwich. This is a long baguette that is filled with grape jelly, peanut butter, as well as bacon making the entire sandwich weigh about four pounds that costs around $206 as of today. He loved the sandwich to the extent that one time, he had his staff fly from Memphis, Tennessee to Denver to get one for him one night..
Henry Ford’s Salad
Henry Ford is among the greatest industrialists the world has ever seen. He rose to become an American automobile manufacturer. His automobile plant manufactured and produced the famous Ford Model T back in 1908. He went on to develop the assembly line technique of production that transformed entirely the automobile industry. Ford was able to sell millions of cars and turned out to be the world-leading seller in the automobile business.
But Ford went on to revolutionize his own meal as he came to a conclusion that the human body need many nutrients. All it needs is the bare requirements and that will enable it function, and that made Ford often dine on the weed and grass that he could just pull up from the side of the road or his backyard. I bet he learned from goats if he ever had one.
1933,Winston Churchill's Breakfast
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, famously known as Winston Churchill, is one of the remarkable British politicians to have ever lived. Besides, he was an army officer as well as a writer. He was born on November 30, 1874, in Blenheim Palace, UK and he died at the age of 91 on January 24, 1965 in Kensington. During his lifetime, he held a Prime Minister position in the United Kingdom government from 1940 to 1945. During this time, he was able to lead Britain to attain victory in WWII, and he was given another term as a prime minister back in 1951 to 1955.
This is one of the England most notorious Prime Minister who started his day with two trays of meals, where the first tray included toast, a poached egg, coffee, jam, butter, cold nuts, and milk. The second tray held a glass of grapefruit with sugar as well and orange squash. While it had the most remarkable drink; “whisky soda”
Albert Einstein's Insect Snacks
Albert Einstein a German born theoretical physician is regarded as being among the people who contributed much on modern physics. He is famously known for his relativity theory, which is one of the two major foundations of modern physics. Besides, his work is so much known to have influenced science philosophy. Among his remarkable discoveries was his equation “E=MC2”, which laid the foundation of atomic power and led to the creation of the atomic bomb. He was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. In 1933 due to political reasons, Einstein renounced his citizenship and emigrated to America where he was offered a position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton. Back in 1940, Einstein became a United States citizen.
He became a German citizen in 1914 and remained in Berlin until 1933 when he renounced his citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton*. He became a United States citizen in 1940 and retired from his post in 1945.
Pablo Picasso's Picky Palate
Pablo Picasso might be one of the most important figure of the last 20th Century, when it comes to art and movements political movements that took place during this period. Prior to reaching 50 years, the Spanish born painter had made a name in modern art, having his unique style and eye-catching way of painting. There have been no other artists before him who had managed to have a huge impact on the world art, or had a so huge mass as their fans and critics as he did.
Pablo was born in Spain in the year 1881,where he spent his childhood and youth life before heading to France in his adulthood where he worked as an artist. Throughout his entire career, Pablo painted over 20,000 paintings, sculptures, ceramics and other items such as costumes. Guernica is one of Picasso most famous artwork, as well as being one of the moving antiwar statement. The painting was inspired by the inhuman bombing of the city of Basque, Guernica at the time of the Spanish Civil War.
When Picasso was in his old age, he went on to restrict his diet and made sure that it only consisted of milk, mineral water, fish, vegetables, grapes and rice pudding.
Judy Garland's Limited Options
Judy Garland was a remarkable singer and actress, who was named Frances Ethel Gumm during her birth back in June 10th, 1922. She was born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. She was a star as she had starred in many classic musical movies and was known for her remarkable talents as well as her troubled life. She was a daughter of a vaudeville professionals who started her career on stage during her early childhood.
She died from an accidental barbiturate overdose while she was in London on June 22, in the year 1969. Her death occurred just two weeks after she had celebrated her 47th birthday. Her remarkable talents as well as vulnerabilities had turned her into one of the most well-known Hollywood icons during the 20th century. During her funeral that took place in New York, there were 22,000 mourners.
While she was still a child actor at the MGM studios, she was strictly prohibited from having anything for her meal except chicken and matzah ball soup that she had from the cafeteria. The cafeteria staff were warned to serve the young actress with only that dish, even if she ordered anything else. She once referred to it as being a prisoner’s diet.
Vladimir Nabokov's Fluttery Food
Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov is also famously known for his pen name Vladimir Sirin, who was a Russian and American poet, translator, novelist as well as entomologist. His initial two novels wrote them in Russian, but he became so famous when he turned to writing his novels in English. In 1945, Nabokov became officially an American citizen.
Born in Russia, Nabokov turn to poet, fiction writing and butterfly expert. His novel titled Lolita made his major breakthrough in the novel writing world. He is noted due to his unique dramatic descriptions, experimental style as well as proper structured plots which made him among the most acclaimed novelist of his time.
Nabokov once admitted that he had chowed butterflies on several occasions and said that they just tasted like almonds or the combination of green cheese.
George Washington's Sweet Tooth
George Washington is one of the well-known political figures in American history. He was a military general, political leader and the Founding Father, as he served as the first American President from 1789-1797. He led the Patriotic forces to win the war during the nation’s war for independence.
George Washington was on February 22, 1732 in Virginia, United States, where currently his birthplace is known as George Washington Birth Place National Monument. He died at the age of 67 back1799 in his home place in Virginia, US. He served two terms in office as the President of the United States. Prior to securing the United States Presidential post, he was the commander in chief of the Continental Army at the time of the American Revolution War of 1775-1783.
The America’s founding president during his childhood depended on a lean diet that consist so much on nuts, which is something that led to his well-known dentures soon after his original teeth started suffering from walnut shells. This was a problem for him, as he couldn’t enjoy his favorite desert, ice cream. But he never stopped having it and he went far to spend $200 frigid confection so as to keep on enjoying what he likes most.
What would you have done, to keep on having your favorite dish? I bet I would have done the same as I wouldn't want to miss having my favorite dessert on my daily routine.
Louis Armstrong's Smooth Move
Louis Daniel Armstrong who is famously known by his nicknames “Satch” as well as “Pops” was an American trumpet player, vocalist, composer, as well as an actor who rose to become one of the most influential figures in jazz. His career success was at its peak for a time period of five decades and that was from the 1920s to the 1960s. He is remembered for his hit songs like Star Dust, Hello Dolly, and La Vie En Rose. He died in his sleep back on July 6, of 1971 in his home found in Corona, Queens at the age of 71. His death was due to a heart attack.
In his childhood, the jazz king player’s mother normally served the family with meals accompanied by laxatives as that is the only food the family could afford and normally the meal was somehow rotten. Armstrong went on to consume the same kind of meal throughout his life, even when he was wealth enough to consume anything he wanted. He often recommended the herbal supplement to his friends too.
Lord Byron's Fermented Condiment
George Gordon Byron who was famously known as Lord Byron, was a remarkable English, politician, poet, and peer who rose to become a revolutionary during the Greek War of Independence. He is being regarded as being the leader who commanded several figures of the Romantic Movement. During his time, his work and personality captured the attention of Europe. The most famously known work from Lord Byron is his autobiographical poem known as Hilde Harold’s Pilgrimage. Besides, he had pretty many love affairs with the nobles.
At the time he was studying at Cambridge University, Lord Byron was so worried about his weight, and he decided that he was going to dine only on potatoes, biscuits, apple cider vinegar and water. He made sure that his entire meal was covered in vinegar, and his method was a success as he was able to lose 60 pounds, hence it was one of the early methods to be adopted by celebrities who were looking for a way to shed off their weight.
It seems that he was a genius and invented a proper way that helped many people who did not feel comfortable with their body gaining extreme weights.
Salvador Dalí's Surreal Dinners
Salvador Domigo Felipe Jacinto Dali, was a Spanish surrealist artist who is famous for his technical methods, perfect draftsmanship as well as his astonishing and bizarre images in his art of work. He was born in Figueres, Catalonia where he went on to receive his formal education in fine arts in the Madrid city which is the capital of Spain, when he was at the age of 24. He was inspired by the self-renowned Picasso work, and therefore Dali decided to create his own interpretation of Cubism and started utilizing Surrealist ideas within his paintings.
His style became so famous and was regarded as being the most creative style in the twentieth century, as he not only developed and nourished a unique style but it was beyond its time. His dominant themes throughout his career revolved around sexual desires in his childhood together with the study of the unconscious mind.
During his life, Dali and his wife, Gala liked to gather their famous literary as well as artistic friends, and the couple went further to come out with a book that contained some of their bizarre dishes with meals like toffee with pinecones and frog pasties. I wonder if ever their friends could stomach the meals that they were served.
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Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer who is also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal or sometimes referred to as Milwaukee Monster was born in May 21, 1960. He is famously known as one of the American serial killers and sex offender. During his time, he would kill his victims and dismemberment their bodies, and is known to have killed at least 17 men and boys in a time frame of 13 years starting from 1978 to 1991. In his late murders he would feed on his victims and then preserve the body parts in his home.
Despite the fact that he was diagnosed to be suffering from the borderline personality disorder, known as schizotypal personality disorder as well as psychotic disorder, but the court found him legally sane during his trial. He was then convicted for having performed 15 to 16 murders while he was in Wisconsin. He ended up being sentenced to 16th term of life imprisonment.