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Things you eat........Or not

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Unread 06-16-2006, 08:34 AM
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Things you eat........Or not

Well, after I read about potted meat and the Testicle Festival I thought this would fit right in.

"Steve, don't eat it"
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    Unread 06-16-2006, 09:41 AM
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    Re: Things you eat........Or not

    man that is sick!

    I've eaten racoon, but thats the weirdest thing, not like that guy
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    Re: Things you eat........Or not

    I ate mountain lion once, it tasted like someone pureed meat and then poured sand in it, freakin nasty!!!!

    Dont mess with the testical festival man!! Until you have tried some fried up sliced calf nuts and a cold beer you dont know what your missin!!!!!


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    Re: Things you eat........Or not

    Kinda funny that potted meat was on the top list!!! As I said, I'd rather starve.
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    Re: Things you eat........Or not

    I don't eat Tater Tots (I tried them once) nor Balut (never tried them). About everything else I've come across I've eaten but here are a few specials:

    Crockpot possum sandwiches were very near the bottom end of edible (Wisconsin deer season fare, ONE TIME).

    Frozen then thawed and cooked Brussel Sprouts are a little mushy, not a great food item in my book (in the Navy... I'm retired now and keep a fair distance from those baby cabbages).

    Poorly prepared chitterlings (chitlins) are a good substitute for a possum sandwich but for little else. (Well prepared chitlins with greens and/or fried yellow squash are good.)

    Liver that hasn't been cooked to shoe leather consistency is good (my mother didn't have a good recipe, my wife does).

    Foods I really enjoy (a short listing or we'd be here all day);

    Tapioca pudding
    Spicy (hot) house lo mein
    Trepang (sea cucumber)
    Pumpkin Pie
    Rosettes
    Catholic Bagels with Diet Coke or coffee
    Belgian Waffles with strawberries & cream
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    Re: Things you eat........Or not

    Ox tongue stew made by my maternal grandmother to an old german recipe
    It was disgusting, but i ate it all so as not to upset her.
    Never again.

    Ian.
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