What fusion possibilities are still waiting to be tried?

We have Mexican pizza, so why not Italian flavored soft tacos? Tomato sauce, mozerella, and chopped sausage instead of salsa, nacho cheese, and ground beef.

Taco stuffings on a sesame roll, sort of like a sloppy joe.

Moo shu pork in a soft taco instead of the thin Chinese pancake. Then you could eat it without getting plum sauce dripping down your arm.

And I’d like to be able to get coffee in a Chinese restaurant. Or is that too much fusion :wink:

I think He3 has great potential, unfortunatly it is not available on earth, but is on the moon and seems like it would be worth it to mine it there and ship it to earth for power generation.

I’ve fantasized about Indian or Thai burritos. Take all the curry or veggies and rice mixed together, in a tasty flour tortilla. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’d definitely like to try it!

Me ‘n’ Salma Hayek.


Beat me to it. Although I don’t know enough about fusion to have composed a very good post, I was going to say something about sub-zero temperatures and magnetic bottles.

Cuisine at Home magazine had a vegetarian recipe a while back that was a fusion of indian and mexican: Lentils with curry and other spices wrapped in a tortilla! It sounded pretty good! Unfortunately I can’t find the issue now, nor the recipe at the online site!

Sniff, I really thought this was going to be about science and someone saw a new article on Fusion Power.

Jim {sorry for the intrusion, carry on}

Jazz minimalism. Just a single saxaphone blaring the same note over and over again for five minutes.

Aha! Lentil Burritos, with the filling being a mix of lentils, potatoes, tomatoes, jalapenos, curry, onions, spinach, lime juice. This filling is wrapped into a tortilla which is dipped in egg/milk/parsley and lightly seared. The sauce which is poured over the burrito is composed of ginger, cilantro, scallions, cumin, garlic, cayenne, and yogurt!

I’ve often wanted more German finger foods.
There’s frankfurters and that’s about it.
I’d love the taste of sauerbraten or vienerschnitzel in a wrap.