I have to say - on the surface, I don't really think of myself as a "food snob". I'll eat anything. I really am not into dieting or eating healthy - I'll just eat whatever. I don't think we're all up here eating junk all the time (but a lot of the time). But if I can get a good price on certain things at the grocery store, I'll buy it. Whenever we go to anyone's house - I typically like whatever is made. I'm not picky at restaurants. So I think I'm kind of mellow when it comes to food consumption.
As I was scanning the ads this week, I saw split chicken breast on sale for .99/lbs. Then it dawned on me - I AM A FOOD SNOB! Why? I cannot buy or cook meat on the bone. I think it's disgusting. Now granted, I'll eat buffalo wings from my local pizza joint all day long if given a chance, but handling or actually cooking meat with bones grosses me out like no tomorrow!
So are you guilty of any "food snobbery"? Sure - some people might just say we have certain tastes for different things - but I like to call my hatred of meat on the bone (especially chicken) "food snobbery."