Not sure I have ever seen a Durian, but we have something called a "Jack Fruit." It smells pretty awful. The fruit ha this milk-like fluid that is really sticky. The yellow pods; however, taste like vanilla and pineapple.oh we call it 'joong' I could never get the zh spelling.
I have been out several times to yum cha lately with family.
It's funny that certain foods will be quite smelly and offputting for some people, yet others won't think anything of it.
I don't really like the smell of pork or bacon, but for others they will be salivating when they smell it.
Curry and shellfish are also quite strong smelling, I don't mind the smell, yet others think it's too strong. In self-catering motels there are signs banning the cooking of curries and shellfish!
If I walk round the neighbourhood around dinner time I can sometimes smell a meaty fragrance thats I imagine is mince or something.
Roast lamb is another. KFC and freshly roasted coffee are also foods that you smell from far away.
Durian is probably the strongest smelling fruit I have come across.
How can anyone not like the smell of bacon cooking? We do not eat bacon very often, but the wife cook it once in a while and it usually wakes me up in a really good mood. .
People like what they life. I am one of the few people that like anchovies. An anchovy and pineapple pizza is the only type of pizza I eat. However, it keeps getting harder and harder to find places that have anchovies
Usually, I have to order the pineapple pizza and add the anchovies myself