Results for - Lightheaded, But Delicious!

1,844 voters participated in this survey

1. One of the tastiest entrees I've discovered in recent months is a Turkish stuffed eggplant dish called imam bayildi-in English, The Imam, or Priest, Fainted-so named because it smelled so good to an Islamic cleric visiting a housewife who was making it that he passed out with delight, Have you ever eaten imam baylidi?

Yes, and I agree that's it's delicious!
5%
87 votes
Yes, I have, but it didn't resonate with my taste buds as it did wth yours.
3%
55 votes
I can't say I recall having eaten it. Maybe?
9%
159 votes
I've had a dish like it, but it wasn't exactly that.
4%
71 votes
I haven't, but i'd be willing to try it.
39%
707 votes
i've not had it nor, for reasons I may divulge in a comment, am I wanting to eat imam baylidi.
40%
721 votes

2. Regardless of whether you like The Imam Fainted, do you like eating eggplant in other preparations?

Yes
37%
664 votes
No
28%
495 votes
Maybe/Unsure/It's been a long while since I'd had any.
15%
267 votes
I've never eaten eggplant!
21%
374 votes

3. Do you enjoy Middle Eastern food generally?

Yes, love it!
14%
256 votes
There's food I enjoy from certain Middle Eatern regions more than others, but in the main, I do.
15%
270 votes
I can take it or leave it. There are other varieties of cuisine I like as much or more.
19%
350 votes
No, I don't like Middle Eastern food.
23%
421 votes
Can't say I've ever tried any Middle Eastern food.
28%
503 votes

4. Part of what attracted me to trying The Priest Fainted at a restaurant a friend and I visited was that its name is a complete sentence. Can you think of any other recipes that are sentences, ether in English or another language?

Yes, and I may mention one or more in a comment.
11%
190 votes
No other such sentence-named recipes come to my mind.
48%
861 votes
If ever i knew of any, I can't think of them now!
42%
749 votes
05/19/2016 Food & Drink 1844 39 By: jlrake

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