An unnamed character (later known as Joey) is encouraged several times by another guy named Sam-I-am to try his favorite dish.
Spanish Language Edition
Only available in Spanish, this is not actually a literal translation; instead of using "Sam-I-Am", the translators used the name "Juan Ramón", a real Hispanic name for men. Not only that, they also made up words that rhyme within the Spanish language, like "noche" (at night) with "coche" (car) and "rincón" (corner) with "casarón" (for house).
This book was released in 1992 by Lectorum Publications.
Audio Cassette Edition
There was an audio cassette edition of this book, released on October 12, 1987.