A pre-packaged serving of durian fruit. It was my first time trying it, so I didn't think it wise to go for the whole enormous fruit, especially with the durian's deserved reputation. It's a logic and sense-defying food that manages to smell awful, but taste good (well to many people at least). The smell can be so off-putting that many fancy hotels and some public transportation conveyances ban durian from their premises. All this and a texture that is more reminiscent of a slightly congealed pudding than a fruit often lead western writers to devote paragraphs to the experience of eating one. I enjoyed it enough to order it on another occasion. As my grandmother used to say to me, "try it, you might like it."