Guess I'm alone in actually liking cauliflower. Even plain. To me, it's broccoli's more delicious cousin.
You're not the only one! Heck, I love raw cauliflower--it's delicious and I will eat every last one before I touch broccoli on a vegetable plate. It's also good roasted or when masquerading as mashed potatoes. One of my favorite dishes is: cauliflower, crumbled bacon, onions, white sauce, smothered by a mix of Italian cheese and baked till golden brown.
Brussel sprouts are a whole other monster. Right now I'm of the opinion that even though I don't like them, I must just have not had good brussel sprouts yet. Sometime in the future I'll discover the wonderful taste of well prepared brussel sprouts, but for now it's just a dream...
Nothing can make watercress taste good though. That is just the worst vegetable to exist in the entire world, and I'm pro-veggies.
Avocado is good with things. As a thing itself, eh, why? It lends a healthy creaminess to many sushi rolls and sandwiches, but I don't think I would ever just eat one.
Also durian is delicious. And smells delicious. I don't care what everyone else says.
Oh, and thanks for the tips for broccoli mac everyone, I'll definitely try them out!