I think if you didn't grow up eating certain foods, it can be really hard to develop a taste for them. For example, I grew up eating lamb sometimes, while Adam did not. He just doesn't like the taste of it, whereas it seems normal to me.
I prepared the traditional chorizo for Adam and a healthier version for myself. Or, as Adam would call it, the "white girl" version.
For mine I used leftover ground turkey that I had used to make meatloaf earlier this week. To it I added onions, fresh tomatoes, green peppers, paprika, cumin, cayenne papper, salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. Chorizo? No. But it tasted kind of spicy and Mexican-ish.
I scrambled in the eggs and put it all in a whole wheat tortilla topped with cheese and guacamole. It was really good! Kind of like a spicy breakfast burrito. And Adam totally ate both the pork and the turkey versions and liked them both. Mission accomplished! Have you ever had chorizo? What is the strangest thing you've ever eaten? For me it would be alligator and bear.