As long as the meal is full of spice, Blair Guelfi will be happy, no matter where it comes from.
But since his classmates at the Bidgee School do not all share Blair's exceptional flavour palette, he's confident they will be able to find another dish to their liking at the school's eighth annual Taste of Harmony Day.
"I like Mexican food but I prefer anything that is very, very spicy," Blair said.
"I'm not the only one who eats it, but I'm the only one who suggests it. My favourite un-spicy thing is potatoes."
In the lead up to the event on March 13, the students will research 20 countries, before preparing a common dish of that culture.
"Last year we had sushi from the group that studied Japan and some African meatballs, and we used to have a Jamaican teacher who made some Jamaican jerk chicken," said assistant principal Ben Angel.
"It's a good opportunity, we have a lot of kids from different backgrounds at the school so they can come together and share some of the dishes they like, and learn about their classmates' foods."
While some of the dishes each year would be familiar to the students already - the spaghetti from Italy or the hot dogs from America, for example - the teachers do like to broaden their student's culinary experience.
On the bolder end of the spectrum, a few years ago, the school tried a Russian 'okroshka' - or cold potato soup - which was received with mix reactions from the student body.
"That was one of the weirder ones we've tried a few years ago," Mr Angel said.
"We try to get some things that are a little outside the box so that everyone is trying some new things."
Fellow student Taneeka Gibbons is particularly keen to flex her adventurous tastebuds, though she cannot stray too far from her familiar sweet tooth.
"I'm into the cakes and desserts from all over the world," she said.
"I like making Japanese food too."
This being her first year at the school, 10-year-old is already sowing seeds of suggestion among her classmates with some little-known French dishes.
"We could do frogs legs, but maybe not a lot would eat it. I'll eat anything though," she said.
Though, her suggestion that escargot be added to the menu did have her classmate Blair feeling squeamish.
"I'll definitely have to have my eyes close if I ate snails," Blair said.