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« on: March 10, 2011, 12:59:38 am »

Have we done this before? If so, I couldn't find it. Undecided

Another question - what is your least favorite food?

Okay, here I go... I remember my Mom making something called "Hawaiian Vegetables" once when I was 12 or 13 years old. She pour two or three cans of mixed vegetables into a bowl (carrots, peas, lima beans, corn, etc) and she poured maple syrup over it and put it in the refrigerator and chilled it. The mixed vegetables were basically "candied". The syrup had formed a crust on the vegetables and it was totally disgusting. I couldn't get it down and I remember Mom getting very angry with me because it was triggering my gag reflex! laugh Tongue Tongue

My least favorite food is probably fish. Although I do like scallops, clams, oysters, lobster, shrimp, etc.... just as long as it is NOT a fish!

I'm not a big fan of lamb either. Especially when they put that mint jelly on it! Yucky! Tongue Tongue
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2011, 07:44:30 am »

A couple of times I've eaten a portion of toast or pnut butter sandwich before noticiing MOLD on the bread. Then I feel like I've probably ingested some of it and it makes me woozy. I feel disgusted for quite a while afterward.
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« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2011, 08:42:36 am »

chicken feet in the Dominican Republic - they serve them like French fries.  Yuk.
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« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2011, 09:39:14 am »

I can't eat broccoli.  Literally.  It makes me gag.  Smells exactly like rotting garbage, and the few times I've attempted to taste it, it tastes like I'd imagine rotting garbage would taste.

Inevitably, I've been given suggestions that it would be better with cheese on it.  Oh yeah -- like fresh dog poop or the fly-infested contents of some Dumpster would be tasty with just a sprinkling of grated Cheddar.   laugh
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« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2011, 10:42:52 am »

It would have to be jello.

Or the deep fried pickles at that place in Cheyenne, but at least they became palatable after you applied lots of beer.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #5 on: March 10, 2011, 11:29:22 am »

Brussels sprouts are disgusting.
I also had the mold on bread experience (doesn't everybody? Wink) - yuck!

But the most disgusting thing I ever ate was liver. Ex boyfriend was sooo proud of his recipe, went grocery shopping and cooked a full meal only for me. I knew it was liver, but since it looked like a regular Schnitzel, I tried it nonchalantly. Worst taste ever!

Close second is kidney. I was so stupid to order steak and kidney pie in England, thinking of kidney beans! The first few bites were ok, I wondered briefly were the beans were, and then had a mouthful of kidney. Tongue laugh


Most disgusting thing I ever had served to me was a rabbit brain served inside the upside down skull. The ears were used to prep the skull and keep it from rolling on the plate. I didn't eat it.. But I ate from the rest; the skull didn't come alone, it was considered to be the icing on the rabbit meat, so to speak. The whole thing was a very bony experience.
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« Reply #6 on: March 10, 2011, 11:42:09 am »

I can't think of anything that was really disgusting that I've been offered to eat.

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I think the closest I've come to that was getting steak fries at a diner, and I put a fry into my mouth that wasn't cooked properly, and it had a very heavy "dirty potato" taste to it.

It almost made me gag.
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« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2011, 11:43:10 am »

Brussels sprouts are disgusting.

A German who doesn't like something in the cabbage family?  Shocked

The world is surely coming to an end. ...  Grin

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« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2011, 11:48:09 am »

The most disgusting thing I've ever had is surströmming

From Wiki:
Surströmming (pronounced [sʉ̌ːʂtrømːiŋ], "soured (Baltic) herring"), known colloquially as Scandinavian rotten fish, is a northern Swedish dish consisting of fermented Baltic herring. Surströmming  is sold in cans, which often bulge during shipping and storage, due to the continued fermentation. When opened, the contents release a strong and sometimes overwhelming odour, which explains why the dish is often eaten outdoors. A Japanese study has shown that the smell of a newly opened can of surströmming is the most putrid smell of food in the world, beating similar fermented fish dishes such as the Korean Hongeohoe or Japanese Kusaya.[1]


It's an tradition to surströmming in northern Sweden and when I worked there for a period of time, I was invited to a surströmming feast. I force fed myself a couple of bites, just to be polite and all.

the first pic shows surströmming in the can and the second pic how it's usually served: on bread with onion and potato.
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« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2011, 12:47:33 pm »

The most disgusting thing I've ever had is surströmming

From Wiki:
Surströmming (pronounced [sʉ̌ːʂtrømːiŋ], "soured (Baltic) herring"), known colloquially as Scandinavian rotten fish, is a northern Swedish dish consisting of fermented Baltic herring. Surströmming  is sold in cans, which often bulge during shipping and storage, due to the continued fermentation. When opened, the contents release a strong and sometimes overwhelming odour, which explains why the dish is often eaten outdoors. A Japanese study has shown that the smell of a newly opened can of surströmming is the most putrid smell of food in the world, beating similar fermented fish dishes such as the Korean Hongeohoe or Japanese Kusaya.[1]


It's an tradition to surströmming in northern Sweden and when I worked there for a period of time, I was invited to a surströmming feast. I force fed myself a couple of bites, just to be polite and all.

the first pic shows surströmming in the can and the second pic how it's usually served: on bread with onion and potato.


I'll take the rabbit brain instead. laugh

They look pretty harmless, but the thought of rotten fish and the desciption of the smell - uh, thanks no.
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« Reply #10 on: March 10, 2011, 12:50:50 pm »

A German who doesn't like something in the cabbage family?  Shocked

The world is surely coming to an end. ...  Grin

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Yup. Hope you're prepared for it. Maybe stock up on some provisions? Canned red and white cabbage for example? Wink Grin

Did I already mention that I don't like beer? laugh
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« Reply #11 on: March 10, 2011, 01:49:35 pm »

Did I already mention that I don't like beer? laugh

 Shocked  laugh
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« Reply #12 on: March 10, 2011, 09:00:04 pm »

Blood Pudding!
Yes, the main ingredient is blood.



To be honest, it's actually pretty tasty, lol!
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« Reply #13 on: March 10, 2011, 09:10:19 pm »

I can't think of anything 'disgusting' that I've eaten.  I've eaten things I didn't like, but that's not disgusting.
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« Reply #14 on: March 10, 2011, 09:14:21 pm »

I consider myself a fairly adventurous eater.  I love a smoked tongue every now and then, and sweetbreads (thymus gland) is a favorite.  However........

Andouillette.  I had this in France about 20 years ago.  I must have confused it with andouille, which is very different.  Andouillette is essentially pork intestines.  I believe the American equivalent is chitterlings or chitlins.  Truly disgusting. 

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« Reply #15 on: March 10, 2011, 09:17:10 pm »

BTW, I love broccoli in all preparations.  And I love brussel sprouts, particularly when they're sliced thinly and seared on high heat until charred.  However, use the stove fan, because it does smell up the house!  

However, I dislike most other forms of cabbage intensely.  Go figure.  
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« Reply #16 on: March 10, 2011, 09:23:06 pm »

David, since you also asked for our least favorite food, here it is.  I know it's weird, but I DETEST mint in any food.  I find it overly strong and astringent.   It's tough because I like lamb, which is often contaminated with some kind of minty abomination.   I find I have to ask in restaurants about mint and tell them I'm "allergic".  I once had some Vietnamese beef thing that was studded with mint and, even though I tried to pick out the offending green stuff, I had to send it back.  YUK.  

Of course, in these times, every dessert sports a mint garnish that I humbly ask my dining companion to kindly remove from my plate so I don't have to touch it.  

Furthermore, I have fortunately discovered a wintergreen toothpaste that has no mint whatsoever.  Heaven.  
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« Reply #17 on: March 10, 2011, 09:54:25 pm »

worst food I ever ate intentionally was kimchee - fermented cabbage Korean style.  Liver and kidneys come in a very close second.

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« Reply #18 on: March 10, 2011, 10:56:10 pm »

Andouillette.  I had this in France about 20 years ago.  I must have confused it with andouille, which is very different.  Andouillette is essentially pork intestines.  I believe the American equivalent is chitterlings or chitlins.  Truly disgusting. 


I hope that's some sort of stuffing in there, and not the original, er, contents. ...

Reminds me of that rural Pennsylvania German delicacy pig stomach. (I think that may be what Jed Clampett called hog maw.) Pig stomach is generally stuffed with diced potatoes and sausage, and the whole thing is roasted. The stuffing isn't bad. I could never get my grandmother to add diced celery to the mixture, however.
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« Reply #19 on: March 10, 2011, 11:32:19 pm »

I love shopping at the Oriental markets, but there's one meat case that I have to tiptoe past with my eyes averted. I did the same with a couple of the posts here!! By the way, friend Paul, wintergreen IS a form of MINT!

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« Reply #20 on: March 10, 2011, 11:52:55 pm »

I love shopping at the Oriental markets, but there's one meat case that I have to tiptoe past with my eyes averted. I did the same with a couple of the posts here!! By the way, friend Paul, wintergreen IS a form of MINT!

Actually, wintergreen, as the name implies, is an evergreen shrub of the genus Gaultheria in the heath(!) family (Ericaceae) and not a mint at all .  Its oil, methyl salicylate, is related to aspirin.


I'm sure that my interest goes back to the memory that my father always had a roll of wint-o-green Lifesavers in his pocket.  


Mint is in the family Lamiaceae and includes basil, sage and oregano.  Most mint grows like a weed, and is gross.
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« Reply #21 on: March 11, 2011, 12:53:27 am »

I've eaten quite a variety of foods that most Americans would consider "gross." Some of this is a by-product of my Southern heritage; some of this is because I'll eat anything once, twice if I like it...especially when I'm hungry.

- Chitlins are at the top of my "prefer not" list.
- I don't like runny eggs, but they're OK with blood pudding, head cheese, or scrapple.
- Hog's head cheese--and its relatives--are wonderful!!!! When I was about 5, I helped my great grandfather make some. It was an amazing experience. He brought the pig's head home from the butcher. It was wrapped in brown paper. Then he chased my brothers and me around the house with it. He handed me a boning knife, and instructed me to slice off anything that was not bone: skin, muscles, tendons & ligaments, eyes, ears (had to burn off the hair), nose, and tongue. I even sliced out the gums.Then we took hammers to the skull to break it down. He prepared a pressure-cooker with water, salt, and peppers. whole peppercorns, garlic and onions. I put all the flesh & bone into the pot, and we let it sit for a couple hours or so. Then we drained the mixture, and ran it through a meat grinfer several times. We poured the stuff into casserole dishes, put them in the fridge, and went to bed.

- Whenever I'm in a seafood restaurant, I ask which fish comes whole. I want the entire animal--head and tail included. People have gotten up and gone to the bathroom when I go after the eyes.
- Rattlesnake
- Opossum
- Raccoon
- Alligator
- Frog legs
- Black bear is damn good!!
- Tongue
- Fried cow brains over grits are great.
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- Pan-seared kidneys with sautéed onions and green peppers over rice is one of my favorites. Same goes for chicken livers.
- Chicken gizzards
- Mountain oysters. Not bad, not great.
- Chicken feet a/k/a "scratchers" are great either deep-fried, or in a soup.
- Haggis
- Pork rinds!!! Domenicanos make the best. They're better than potato chips.

Someday I hope to go to Asia so I can try dog, cat, and deep-fried rat. Monkey brains are also a curiosity.

Of course, trailer trash is my favorite junk food.
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« Reply #22 on: March 11, 2011, 01:49:11 am »

David, since you also asked for our least favorite food, here it is.  I know it's weird, but I DETEST mint in any food.  I find it overly strong and astringent.   It's tough because I like lamb, which is often contaminated with some kind of minty abomination.   I find I have to ask in restaurants about mint and tell them I'm "allergic".  I once had some Vietnamese beef thing that was studded with mint and, even though I tried to pick out the offending green stuff, I had to send it back.  YUK.  

Of course, in these times, every dessert sports a mint garnish that I humbly ask my dining companion to kindly remove from my plate so I don't have to touch it.  

Furthermore, I have fortunately discovered a wintergreen toothpaste that has no mint whatsoever.  Heaven.  


Another mint-hater (well hate is a too strong word, but in lack of a better one...)!
I really, really dislike mint and thus all toothpaste. I have a brand that is low on mint and I never use anything else since I was a kid. When I absolutely have to (forgot to take mine), it makes me literally gag when brushing my teeth.


Re lamb: you'll have to try lamb when you're in Germany. No mint whatsoever, the lamb/mint combo is not common here. Smiley
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« Reply #23 on: March 11, 2011, 02:04:25 am »

Reminds me of that rural Pennsylvania German delicacy pig stomach. (I think that may be what Jed Clampett called hog maw.) Pig stomach is generally stuffed with diced potatoes and sausage, and the whole thing is roasted. The stuffing isn't bad. I could never get my grandmother to add diced celery to the mixture, however.


Only a couple of days ago, I had a conversation about pig stomach on the Bochum thread (or Lynne's Germany thread). I'm not at all surprised that your family would make pig stomach. It's a traditional dish in the Palatinate. Our former chancellor Helmut Kohl was (in)famous for serving it to high-ranking international state guests, and the rest of Germany shook its head over it, because it's considered to be provincial and disgusting.

I never thought I would try it, the mere thought was yuck to me. But one day a friend made it, and it didn't look bad and it smelled even good, so I tried it. Since then I like pig stomach.
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« Reply #24 on: March 11, 2011, 03:24:25 am »


Only a couple of days ago, I had a conversation about pig stomach on the Bochum thread (or Lynne's Germany thread). I'm not at all surprised that your family would make pig stomach. It's a traditional dish in the Palatinate. Our former chancellor Helmut Kohl was (in)famous for serving it to high-ranking international state guests, and the rest of Germany shook its head over it, because it's considered to be provincial and disgusting.

I never thought I would try it, the mere thought was yuck to me. But one day a friend made it, and it didn't look bad and it smelled even good, so I tried it. Since then I like pig stomach.


Here's the post with the picture of Saumagen...

http://bettermost.net/forum/index.php/topic,48857.msg604854.html#msg604854

and the conversation goes from there with Chrissi offering to make it, me feigning gross-ness, etc...I'm excited to try it - mainly because I figure if Chrissi likes it, it must be really good.

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« Reply #25 on: March 11, 2011, 04:23:20 am »

Oysters. Looks like something someone coffed up  Lips Sealed Tastes salt water but feels disgusting in the mouth.
Svartsoppa. A dish from the south of Sweden made from goose blood. Yak.
Sillbullar. Another swedish traditional dish. Looks like a small burger but its made from pickeled herring. Absolutley disgusting.
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« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2011, 04:28:43 am »

Oysters. Looks like something someone coffed up  Lips Sealed Tastes salt water but feels disgusting in the mouth.
Svartsoppa. A dish from the south of Sweden made from goose blood. Yak.
Sillbullar. Another swedish traditional dish. Looks like a small burger but its made from pickeled herring. Absolutley disgusting.
Yeah..oysters aren´t much fun...hehe
Have never tried Svartsoppa but...yuk!


btw - do you like surströmming? (living up north and all)
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« Reply #27 on: March 11, 2011, 04:39:58 am »

Yeah..oysters aren´t much fun...hehe
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I admit to my part in that, but it needs to be on the record that it was Paulie's idea!!  He was very upset he couldn't be off work to show you and Sophy around, so I was given pretty strict instructions about what to do with the two of you.

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« Reply #28 on: March 11, 2011, 04:49:55 am »

I admit to my part in that, but it needs to be on the record that it was Paulie's idea!!  He was very upset he couldn't be off work to show you and Sophy around, so I was given pretty strict instructions about what to do with the two of you.

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« Reply #29 on: March 11, 2011, 04:57:19 am »

Yes, let´s blame Paul for our near death experience!



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« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2011, 08:19:11 am »

I admit to my part in that, but it needs to be on the record that it was Paulie's idea!!  He was very upset he couldn't be off work to show you and Sophy around, so I was given pretty strict instructions about what to do with the two of you.

 laugh laugh

Yes, let´s blame Paul for our near death experience!



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Gee, such drama.   Roll Eyes  I happen to love the sweet/salty bivalves.  I've eaten them raw for years, and I'm not dead yet! 
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« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2011, 08:21:13 am »


Another mint-hater (well hate is a too strong word, but in lack of a better one...)!
I really, really dislike mint and thus all toothpaste. I have a brand that is low on mint and I never use anything else since I was a kid. When I absolutely have to (forgot to take mine), it makes me literally gag when brushing my teeth.


Re lamb: you'll have to try lamb when you're in Germany. No mint whatsoever, the lamb/mint combo is not common here. Smiley

Thanks for the solidarity, Chrissi!  As for toothpaste, here you can get not only wintergreen, but also cinnamon and even ginger-flavored toothpaste.  Maybe you could try some and stock up when you come this summer!
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« Reply #32 on: March 11, 2011, 10:03:59 am »

Gee, such drama.   Roll Eyes  I happen to love the sweet/salty bivalves.  I've eaten them raw for years, and I'm not dead yet! 

Too funny! You can't abide mint but you love raw oysters.  Tongue  laugh

Mint can be overdone (so can garlic), like the excessive amounts my grandmother used to make iced tea, but a little bit of mint in water can be very refreshing in the summer.

The relationship to aspirin no doubt explains why the old-timers used oil of wintergreen for toothache.
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« Reply #33 on: March 11, 2011, 10:38:07 am »

- Whenever I'm in a seafood restaurant, I ask which fish comes whole. I want the entire animal--head and tail included. People have gotten up and gone to the bathroom when I go after the eyes.
- Rattlesnake
- Alligator
- Frog legs
- Pan-seared kidneys with sautéed onions and green peppers over rice is one of my favorites. Same goes for chicken livers.
- Chicken gizzards
- Mountain oysters. Not bad, not great.
- Haggis

Milo, I'm listening to Annie Proulx's Bird Cloud and there is a funny anecdote about fish eyes! I've eaten all the above things you mention. Luigi and I had a ratlesnake appetizer when he came to D.enver one time. There are frog's legs in my freezer right now. Chicken livers are divine the way they prepare them in Italy. I definitely prefer my mountain oysters on the young side, not those steak-sized things. Kelda introduced me to haggis, and I'm so disappointed that it can't be obtained in the States, but maybe soon. New regulations are being pondered...perhaps in time for the Celtic Days at Estes Park this year!!

Later addition: Annie also raves about turbot cheeks!
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« Reply #34 on: March 11, 2011, 10:47:19 am »

That plant doesn't look like the wintergreen I know, Paul. That's why I guess you have to use the Latin name. There must be a dozen plants called wintergreen! You should hear Joan Allen breeze through all the Latin names in Bird Cloud. She's a real trooper (and thinker, too!)
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« Reply #35 on: March 11, 2011, 12:32:04 pm »

Wow, some of these food items are really something.

I don't eat anything I find disgusting.   If I don't like the looks of something, I don't eat it.   Otherwise, I'll make myself sick thinking of it too much.    Cottage cheese once did that to me.  Smiley

I no longer eat red meat, but I do still eat chicken and fish, and I have cheated and had bacon on occasion (bad semi-vegetarian that I am).   I did that number I mentioned above on my mind so that I could give up eating meat.   I loooooooove oysters, Louisiana deep-fried especially, crawfish, and I love mint - it's a beautiful plant and I can't wait to have it come up in my garden this year.    Maybe the most exotic things I have ever eaten, for me,  are fish eggs of some sort, salmon I think and I like unagi (Japanese-style soy sauce-grilled [kabayaki] or smoked eel sushi, wrapped in nori [seaweed] - delish!), in fact seaweed is delicious; I tried alligator once (blech!), and I am curious about rattlesnake.   Smiley
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« Reply #36 on: March 11, 2011, 02:09:59 pm »

Actually, wintergreen, as the name implies, is an evergreen shrub of the genus Gaultheria in the heath(!) family (Ericaceae) and not a mint at all .  Its oil, methyl salicylate, is related to aspirin.

I'm sure that my interest goes back to the memory that my father always had a roll of wint-o-green Lifesavers in his pocket.  


Mint is in the family Lamiaceae and includes basil, sage and oregano.  Most mint grows like a weed, and is gross.

exactly right.  I can't stand mint, and I love wintergreen.  I used to buy only Wint O Green lifesavers too!!!
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« Reply #37 on: March 11, 2011, 02:37:26 pm »

Chicken livers are divine the way they prepare them in Italy.

That sounds interesting. I had no idea Italians ate them.

Later addition: Annie also raves about turbot cheeks!

What's that?? I've never heard of it.
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« Reply #38 on: March 11, 2011, 03:06:55 pm »

turbot is a fish.
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Later addition: Annie also raves about turbot cheeks!


That brings back memories - I remember walking with my grandmother as a child, past the local fishmarket -  and you'd see a carboard sign in the window advertising cod cheeks (and tongues) when they were available, at $x.xx/lb.   I would read the sign aloud to her and laugh, thinking of a fish having cheeks.  lol  This is the fleshy part of the "cheek" or jaw muscle of a fish, like a scallop.   I've never tried them, but I think my grandmother had.   For anyone who's interested, my husband says they are stringy.  Smiley  

That's another thing I love about our grandparents and forebears; if they did eat a living creature, whether due to economics, necessity, or what, they ate everything, wasted nothing.   Nowadays, fish cheeks, tripe, chicken feet ... IDK.  Smiley  I haven't tried chicken livers and I would love to.

Speaking of Annie P., I loved her book The Shipping News.   Her description of fried bologna curling up in the pan gave me a chuckle.  laugh   I think she may have mentioned cod cheeks too.  What a great book.

Sorry to drift off topic a bit.  Wink
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« Reply #40 on: March 11, 2011, 04:19:30 pm »

In reference to the various Scandinavian dishes mentioned on here, I remember hearing about something called Lutefisk (I think that was the name of it) and it is very popular in Minnesota and Wisconsin. They prepare the fish with lye. I can't remember the reason for doing it, but the fish is soaked in lye and then thoroughly washed in water to get the lye back out. But the fish retains a lye flavor which didn't sound very good to me. Are any of our Scandinavian friends familiar with Lutefisk? I heard about it on the Travel Channel.
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« Reply #41 on: March 11, 2011, 06:43:40 pm »

That sounds interesting. I had no idea Italians ate them.

I think chicken livers (fegato di pollo) are fairly common in Italy.  I've had them in Tuscany, commonly as a spread on toasty bread.  Also, there's a northern Italian restaurant in Boston called Davio's that serves crispy chicken livers with a port/balsamic glaze that are so good, they could convert a liver hater. 

I just saw that Davio's has a Philadelphia branch!  South 17th Street.  Highly recommended. 

BTW, Milo, after reading your ambitious list of exotica, I'm wondering how your cholesterol is!
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Oh, they sound delicious.   I am so there to try them!  Thanks!  Smiley
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« Reply #43 on: March 11, 2011, 06:57:59 pm »

I think chicken livers (fegato di pollo) are fairly common in Italy.  I've had them in Tuscany, commonly as a spread on toasty bread.  Also, there's a northern Italian restaurant in Boston called Davio's that serves crispy chicken livers with a port/balsamic glaze that are so good, they could convert a liver hater. 

I just saw that Davio's has a Philadelphia branch!  South 17th Street.  Highly recommended. 

BTW, Milo, after reading your ambitious list of exotica, I'm wondering how your cholesterol is!

Yes, I know about Davio's but I have not been there yet.

My cholesterol is pretty good. I don't eat that stuff every day. Many of the items on the list fall into the "tried it once" category.
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« Reply #44 on: March 11, 2011, 06:58:36 pm »

Oh, they sound delicious.   I am so there to try them!  Thanks!  Smiley

You're very welcome.  I used to think chicken livers were disgusting when I was a kid.  My mother used to cook them (to death  Tongue) and the smell was overwhelming.  She'd wrap them in bacon and eat them all by herself! 

Now, I love them, especially after trying Davio's' version.

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In reference to the various Scandinavian dishes mentioned on here, I remember hearing about something called Lutefisk (I think that was the name of it) and it is very popular in Minnesota and Wisconsin. They prepare the fish with lye. I can't remember the reason for doing it, but the fish is soaked in lye and then thoroughly washed in water to get the lye back out. But the fish retains a lye flavor which didn't sound very good to me. Are any of our Scandinavian friends familiar with Lutefisk? I heard about it on the Travel Channel.

My mom loves Lutfisk. I can't stand it, it tastes soap. It's fish called Långa that is dried first. When you plan to serve it -christmas is the normal time to eat it - you put it in lye for some time, after that ypu bpol it and serve it with boiled potatoes, bechamel sauce with pimento and green peas.
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« Reply #46 on: March 11, 2011, 07:02:47 pm »

Yes, I know about Davio's but I have not been there yet.

My cholesterol is pretty good. I don't eat that stuff every day. Many of the items on the list fall into the "tried it once" category.

That make sense.  Yeah, whereas I could eat oysters pretty frequently, I probably have sweetbreads only once or twice a year. 
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The most disgusting thing I've ever had is surströmming

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Surströmming (pronounced [sʉ̌ːʂtrømːiŋ], "soured (Baltic) herring"), known colloquially as Scandinavian rotten fish, is a northern Swedish dish consisting of fermented Baltic herring. Surströmming  is sold in cans, which often bulge during shipping and storage, due to the continued fermentation. When opened, the contents release a strong and sometimes overwhelming odour, which explains why the dish is often eaten outdoors. A Japanese study has shown that the smell of a newly opened can of surströmming is the most putrid smell of food in the world, beating similar fermented fish dishes such as the Korean Hongeohoe or Japanese Kusaya.[1]


It's an tradition to surströmming in northern Sweden and when I worked there for a period of time, I was invited to a surströmming feast. I force fed myself a couple of bites, just to be polite and all.

the first pic shows surströmming in the can and the second pic how it's usually served: on bread with onion and potato.
Surströmming is lovely!! Wonderful!! And the smell is rich and lovely too.......maybe sunday dinner, I have a can.....
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Surströmming is lovely!! Wonderful!! And the smell is rich and lovely too.......maybe sunday dinner, I have a can.....

So, how was it, Berit?!
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Blood Pudding!
Yes, the main ingredient is blood.



To be honest, it's actually pretty tasty, lol!


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I recently prepared Pork Kidneys and I was not impressed.  The recipe was from Jamie Oliver's latest book.  The kidney's didn't taste bad but preparing them was absolutely disgusting.  You have to remove the white sinewy parts which is not easy for a first timer.  I looked like Dexter after a kill.  Ewww.  Not worth the trouble, that's for sure.

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this is just horrible dish

We call it Kalvsylta (veal aspic)
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I recently prepared Pork Kidneys and I was not impressed.  The recipe was from Jamie Oliver's latest book.  The kidney's didn't taste bad but preparing them was absolutely disgusting.  You have to remove the white sinewy parts which is not easy for a first timer.  I looked like Dexter after a kill.  Ewww.  Not worth the trouble, that's for sure.



In my mind it looks like something totally different.  Grin
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« Reply #53 on: January 28, 2012, 07:42:09 pm »

Looks like an inside out hot dog...
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« Reply #54 on: January 29, 2012, 06:23:53 am »

Looks like an inside out hot dog...

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        Oysters.........I know that most people find them a delicacy.  I just don't get it.  Yukk
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« Reply #56 on: February 24, 2012, 06:01:00 pm »


I recently prepared Pork Kidneys and I was not impressed.  The recipe was from Jamie Oliver's latest book.  The kidney's didn't taste bad but preparing them was absolutely disgusting.  You have to remove the white sinewy parts which is not easy for a first timer.  I looked like Dexter after a kill.  Ewww.  Not worth the trouble, that's for sure.



Evidently, Photobucket doesn't like pork kidneys either, lol!

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« Reply #57 on: March 29, 2012, 03:51:56 am »

Cow tongue....first taste pretty good. Then someone told me what it was....I went from lovely to disgusting in matter of seconds.
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« Reply #58 on: March 29, 2012, 11:22:01 am »

Stilton cheese. It is absolutely disgusting. I was nearly sick. How anyone can eat it is beyond me.
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I was in college, we were partying at a friends house. He did not have electricity in the back of the house because he had shot the TV with a pistol and it had messed up the wiring. About midnight we were S-T-O-N-E-D out of our minds and had the munchies real bad. My friend gets out this hot plate and cooks us up some sausage sandwiches which, in the process of devouring I notice, is still raw inside.

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« Reply #60 on: March 29, 2012, 02:17:38 pm »

He shot the TV with a pistol??!!??!!    Shocked Shocked Shocked


Be happy the only thing he did to you was serving you raw sausages....    Roll Eyes
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He shot the TV with a pistol??!!??!!    Shocked Shocked Shocked


Be happy the only thing he did to you was serving you raw sausages....    Roll Eyes

He had done that several years before when he came home and found his wife in bed with his brother.
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« Reply #62 on: March 29, 2012, 02:39:21 pm »

He had done that several years before when he came home and found his wife in bed with his brother.



Hm...not fun. But I doubt shooting the TV did anything to improve the situation.
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this is just horrible dish

We call it Kalvsylta (veal aspic)

Sort of looks like Spam, the state dish of Hawaii.  Grin
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Her description of fried bologna curling up in the pan gave me a chuckle.

Hmm. Now, fried Lebanon bologna is good!
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Sort of looks like Spam, the state dish of Hawaii.  Grin






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Cow tongue soup. My mother used to make this huge bowl of green pea based soup served with the entire (already cooked of course) cow tongue floating in the middle waiting for father to carve it up.

Yookie!

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Ewwwwwwwwwwwwh!

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Cow tongue soup. My mother used to make this huge bowl of green pea based soup served with the entire (already cooked of course) cow tongue floating in the middle waiting for father to carve it up.

Yookie!

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I loved cow tongue as a child! We had it with Madeira sauce and mashed potatoes.
Sadly, the dish didn't love me and came back upwards a couple of times, so I stopped eating it.
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Sort of looks like Spam, the state dish of Hawaii.  Grin

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I loved cow tongue as a child! We had it with Madeira sauce and mashed potatoes.
Sadly, the dish didn't love me and came back upwards a couple of times, so I stopped eating it.


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Cow tongue soup. My mother used to make this huge bowl of green pea based soup served with the entire (already cooked of course) cow tongue floating in the middle waiting for father to carve it up.

Yookie!

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« Reply #72 on: April 09, 2012, 03:56:42 pm »

My nephew once ate a cow tonhue burrito, he said you could still see the taste buds.
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Naw, never ate cow tongue soup again after I left the nest Smiley

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Ewwwwwwwwwwwwh!

And welcome back Steve!  Good to see you again!

Thanks Chuck, I have been ta hell & back since last April......I might just put it in my blog. It was surely a journey.

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My nephew once ate a cow tonhue burrito, he said you could still see the taste buds.

   Oh my goodness.  That is so creepy.  Obviously the person that made it, didn't know what they were doing...SO GROSS...


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Thanks Janice, Gee I am surprised that cow tongue is such a popukar dish with so may recipies  Shocked

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« Reply #77 on: April 10, 2012, 08:42:24 pm »

I love cow tongue. So does my son, when he was little he always used to wish it for dinner on his birthday.
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« Reply #78 on: April 11, 2012, 04:09:05 am »

My nephew once ate a cow tonhue burrito, he said you could still see the taste buds.

Oh God! Yuck!!!!

Tongue Tongue

My mom loved cow tongue. She tried to get me to eat it on several occassions and I just couldn't do it. I didn't have - and STILL don't have - the stomach for it.
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        Me neither!  It is just gross to even look at.  Even when it is fixed properly..
If there is such a thing.
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« Reply #80 on: April 11, 2012, 08:29:09 pm »


Mmm, cow tongue!  I've never tried it and this is the least disgusting pic I could find of one.  I wonder if Photobucket will censor it like they did my pic of the pork kidney.
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Mmm, cow tongue!  I've never tried it and this is the least disgusting pic I could find of one.  I wonder if Photobucket will censor it like they did my pic of the pork kidney.



Good lord, Tongue--
Haven't had that in, maybe,
FORTY or FIFTY years??
Rather, hmmm, Olde Fashioned
and English-y, no??
Well--here's an image that is
slightly  less--explicit:
Tongue sandwich!
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« Reply #82 on: April 12, 2012, 12:15:38 am »

Here's more cow tongue goodness, lol:
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« Reply #83 on: April 12, 2012, 12:38:38 am »

Cow tongue tacos are delicious!  Cheesy
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   Oh my gosh...I will never understand how people,  can look at something like that, and
say oooh yum...I want me some o that................. Tongue     Lips Sealed      Tongue
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Good lord, Tongue--
Haven't had that in, maybe,
FORTY or FIFTY years??
Rather, hmmm, Olde Fashioned
and English-y, no??
Well--here's an image that is
slightly  less--explicit:
Tongue sandwich!
 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes laugh laugh


Sorry but that STILL looks like a tongue!!

Isn't it awfully chewy? I can't remember. But it SEEMS like it would be! Bite down on your tongue real quick. It is very thick and firm. Tongue
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« Reply #86 on: April 12, 2012, 04:12:01 pm »

You cook it before you eat it.

It's very tender when cooked.
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« Reply #87 on: April 12, 2012, 04:18:16 pm »

You cook it before you eat it.

 Smiley

I happen to like tongue also.  When you think about it, it's just a muscle like most other meat.  And yes, it's very tender.  Nothing like a smoked tongue sandwich with horseradish sauce.  Yum. 
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« Reply #88 on: April 12, 2012, 04:22:43 pm »

Smoked?

I never tried that, it sounds interesting.

When my son wanted it for his birthday, I used to cook it with almonds and parsley.
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   To each his own.  Whatever floats your boat. 

  Far be it from me to tell others what to eat.  That is the most centerist choice we have in
our lives.  If we cannot do that, there is nothing else we have choice over...

   I salute those who can make choices, from all the parts of an animal that we usually discard.. That after all is what makes us better people... The finicky ones of us can not
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« Reply #90 on: April 13, 2012, 03:49:44 am »

I've had heart before, and it wasn't bad. It's certainly not my FAVORITE cut of meat but like I said, it wasn't bad. I don't care for kidneys though.

I LOVE liver! Liver and onions is delicious. But it needs to be thoroughly cooked, with a crispy bark on the outside. There's nothing worse than a piece of RARE liver!

But I'll have to pass on the tongue. Although I agree with Janice. I admire those who do like it and can eat it. Smiley
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« Reply #91 on: April 13, 2012, 06:43:27 pm »

Have anyone eaten this before? Perhaps Ennis or Jack did..

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Have anyone eaten this before? Perhaps Ennis or Jack did..




Do you enlighten us WHAT is is? I have no idea and don't even want to guess. laugh
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« Reply #93 on: April 14, 2012, 09:28:28 am »

Judging by the URL it seems to be another picture of tongue.
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« Reply #94 on: April 14, 2012, 05:45:58 pm »

Judging by the URL it seems to be another picture of tongue.

Very good Sonja...it is sheep tongue
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« Reply #95 on: April 14, 2012, 05:47:05 pm »

I bet it's tasty!
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« Reply #96 on: April 15, 2012, 03:28:00 pm »

And I was gonna guess Elk Smiley

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And I was gonna guess Elk Smiley

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« Reply #98 on: April 16, 2012, 07:40:55 am »

Good grief have you eaten that?Huh? Blurgh!!!
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« Reply #99 on: April 16, 2012, 12:31:13 pm »

Good grief have you eaten that?Huh? Blurgh!!!


I try to be a veggie girl. So this is the last thing I would consider. It looks just horrible, even when its boilded and sliced.
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« Reply #100 on: April 16, 2012, 03:02:49 pm »

Lamb tongue is very tasty.  When I was married (my husband was Pakistani) we ate a lot of lamb tongue curry.  I prepared the dish often and it was my favorite.
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« Reply #101 on: April 16, 2012, 04:38:57 pm »

It sounds tasty, Marie.

How did you prepare the lamb tongue?
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« Reply #102 on: April 16, 2012, 05:01:41 pm »

Lamb tongue is very tasty.  When I was married (my husband was Pakistani) we ate a lot of lamb tongue curry.  I prepared the dish often and it was my favorite.

I am sure its very healthy food. But for me the image is so important. And the once I have seen so far. I would say, looks just horrible.
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I try to be a veggie girl. So this is the last thing I would consider. It looks just horrible, even when its boilded and sliced.

  Well at least I feel better.  I was beginning to think, I was a total pussy.  Its good to see there are some others that agree with me.

    I could never eat some of these things.  I did taste beef tongue
ONCE.  My mother was trying to convince me it was really good...NOT...  I took a bite, and spat it out.  I never tried her bright ideas again.
Some of the things she was good at trying to get the rest of us to eat were..  Tongue,  sweet breads, head cheese, and unfortunately
some other extremely "to me," disgusting delicacies.  My brothers and my dad too, if I remember right.  Were totally unreceptive..  If she
had those items for herself, she usually just bought a deli portion and ate it all herself...course she ate cold fried eggs from the fridge also..So maybe that should have been a clue? 
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« Reply #104 on: April 16, 2012, 09:29:56 pm »

It sounds tasty, Marie.

How did you prepare the lamb tongue?


Hey, sweetie!  Smiley  How did I prepare the tongue?  It's so strange!  I haven't eaten one since the late 80s (when I divorced) but I remember buying lamb tongues from the Berkeley Bowl market where they were sold on butcher's styrofoam lined up.  Can you image small tongues (about 7 to a flat) lined up and covered with what looked like Saran wrap?  People thought they were gross and felt sorry for the dear little lamb.  I felt guilty for eating them too, but that didn't stop me from cooking up a pot of lamb curry once a week.   Grin

To prepare them I boiled the tongues first before cutting them up into small chunks.  After the curry sauce was ready, I added the tongues and warmed them in the sauce so they could get a bit more tender.  Lamb tongues can be tough, but they are surely delicious.  I don't see them sold in the chain markets anymore.  I suppose if I wanted some I would have to visit a specialty market.  I miss them. 
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« Reply #105 on: April 16, 2012, 09:31:17 pm »

I am sure its very healthy food. But for me the image is so important. And the once I have seen so far. I would say, looks just horrible.

They don't look good, certainly.  I know where you're coming from.  Smiley
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  Well at least I feel better.  I was beginning to think, I was a total pussy.  Its good to see there are some others that agree with me.

    I could never eat some of these things.  I did taste beef tongue
ONCE.  My mother was trying to convince me it was really good...NOT...  I took a bite, and spat it out. 
I never tried her bright ideas again.
Some of the things she was good at trying to get the rest of us to eat were..  Tongue,  sweet breads, head cheese, and unfortunately
some other extremely "to me," disgusting delicacies.  My brothers and my dad too, if I remember right.  Were totally unreceptive..  If she
had those items for herself, she usually just bought a deli portion and ate it all herself...course she ate cold fried eggs from the fridge also..So maybe that should have been a clue? 
   We obviously were adopted...?  heheheh

Yes, I did the same thing when my mom cooked beef tongue for us when I was a kid.  I didn't like it at all.  I've been told that when we lived in Oklahoma I ate things like squirrel, rabbit (we continued eating rabbit after we moved here to California) frog's legs, beef brains sauteed in scrambled eggs and pickled pigs feet.  My father used to catch the small game, as he hunted to feed us.  At least we never ate possum.  The only "critters" I remember eating is rabbit and the pickled pigs feet.  Oh yeah, the beef brains are still a favorite but are almost impossible to find, probably because of mad cow disease.  I sure miss my beef brains and eggs: my favorite weekend breakfast.  By the way, I love head cheese, but I don't eat it very often.
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« Reply #107 on: April 17, 2012, 07:49:22 am »

I've not eaten this, but I found it online.


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« Reply #108 on: April 17, 2012, 08:13:00 am »

Good Lord whatever is it??? It looks awful whatever it is. Yuk. laugh
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« Reply #109 on: April 17, 2012, 09:37:07 am »

Good Lord whatever is it??? It looks awful whatever it is. Yuk. laugh


There you go. I think it looks yum, not yuk. laugh
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It's been a while since I've found that online, I saved the pic, but not what the ingredients actually are.

Going off of my (faulty) memory, I believe it was an item off a children's menu.  Chicken nuggts, tater tots in a tomato sauce, with a hard-boiled egg for the head, olives for eyes, and the wings were deep-fried potatos, sorta like over-sized potato chips.

I posted it on DCF a while ago, and suggested it should be served at one of the member's commitment ceremony to his husband.

He promptly shot down the idea, dubbing the dish the "shit-chicken".

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« Reply #111 on: April 17, 2012, 01:49:03 pm »

Hey, sweetie!  Smiley  How did I prepare the tongue?  It's so strange!  I haven't eaten one since the late 80s (when I divorced) but I remember buying lamb tongues from the Berkeley Bowl market where they were sold on butcher's styrofoam lined up.  Can you image small tongues (about 7 to a flat) lined up and covered with what looked like Saran wrap?  People thought they were gross and felt sorry for the dear little lamb.  I felt guilty for eating them too, but that didn't stop me from cooking up a pot of lamb curry once a week.   Grin

To prepare them I boiled the tongues first before cutting them up into small chunks.  After the curry sauce was ready, I added the tongues and warmed them in the sauce so they could get a bit more tender.  Lamb tongues can be tough, but they are surely delicious.  I don't see them sold in the chain markets anymore.  I suppose if I wanted some I would have to visit a specialty market.  I miss them. 

Sounds yummy!!!

Thanks for explaining, Marie!   Smiley

I may try and find some lamb tongues next time I go to the butcher.
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« Reply #112 on: April 17, 2012, 01:50:33 pm »

I've not eaten this, but I found it online.


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« Reply #113 on: April 17, 2012, 02:25:55 pm »

That putrid looking mess is chicken??? It looks like something one of my cats threw up. laugh laugh
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It's been a while since I've found that online, I saved the pic, but not what the ingredients actually are.

Going off of my (faulty) memory, I believe it was an item off a children's menu.  Chicken nuggts, tater tots in a tomato sauce, with a hard-boiled egg for the head, olives for eyes, and the wings were deep-fried potatos, sorta like over-sized potato chips.

I posted it on DCF a while ago, and suggested it should be served at one of the member's commitment ceremony to his husband.

He promptly shot down the idea, dubbing the dish the "shit-chicken".

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Eewwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!! laugh

Olives, eggs, chicken and TOMATO SAUCE?!!!!! BLEEEEEECH!!! Tongue
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I don't know if I ever told you all this, but back when I was 11 or 12 my mom gave my sister and I GREEN MILK for St. Patrick's Day. She put green food coloring in it but I just couldn't handle it. Nor could Susan. And I remember her feeling very insulted.

GREEN MILK?!!!

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I've not eaten this, but I found it online.


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GROSS!!!

That looks like a bloody mess.  Tongue

What did they use for the wings, or whatever that is supposed to be?

Talk about adding insult to injury! lol

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    Oh dear me.  If I was forced to eat things that looked like this.  I would have to become a vegan.  I am sorry, I don't eat whole fish even.
The ones with the head left on.  I know....I am again showing my lack of class.  But there you are.. Uukk.  I think they even arranged that dish in the shape of some kind of an animal.  The only thing there that I could possibly eat;  the olive eyes..
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« Reply #118 on: April 17, 2012, 08:24:13 pm »

Anybody have the famous Rachester Garbage Plate?

After a day of fun with the family, we decided to get a bite to eat at a Richmond area staple:  River City Diner.  One of the specialties at RCD is the Rochester Garbage Plate.  I got a Garbage Plate today.  My doctor would have coronary.  This thing had potato salad, cole slaw, fried potatoes, baked beans, chili, two hot dogs and cheddar cheese melted on top.  It contains enough calories and carbs to last the week.  Talk about a cholesterol disaster.  Anyway, I thought I would share this treat.


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Anybody have the famous Rachester Garbage Plate?

After a day of fun with the family, we decided to get a bite to eat at a Richmond area staple:  River City Diner.  One of the specialties at RCD is the Rochester Garbage Plate.  I got a Garbage Plate today.  My doctor would have coronary.  This thing had potato salad, cole slaw, fried potatoes, baked beans, chili, two hot dogs and cheddar cheese melted on top.  It contains enough calories and carbs to last the week.  Talk about a cholesterol disaster.  Anyway, I thought I would share this treat.


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This actually look bad enough to be good.  I'd take a bite--just one bite, though!  Cheesy
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           Wow.  That looks like a total committment to eat that.  Lots of different reasons.
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I don't know if I ever told you all this, but back when I was 11 or 12 my mom gave my sister and I GREEN MILK for St. Patrick's Day. She put green food coloring in it but I just couldn't handle it. Nor could Susan. And I remember her feeling very insulted.

GREEN MILK?!!!

Poor mom! She really DID try though! laugh

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« Reply #122 on: April 18, 2012, 09:07:22 am »

chicken feet in the Dominican Republic - they serve them like French fries.  Yuk.

Still holds first prize as my most disgusting thing ingested *ever*!

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Huitlacoche (or Cuitlacoche) is a fungus that infects corn kernels during the rainy season in Mexico.  It's also sometimes called Mexican Truffle.  I had it only once, as a pizza topping in Cuernavaca, and it was absolutely delicious!  Best pizza I ever had.  It's also available in a can but I haven't been able to find it here:


Not very appetizing, that's for sure!
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   We used to live on a huge co-op farm.  One of their major crops was corn.  We enjoyed having all the fresh corn we wanted all year.  What
with eating it fresh picked in season.  Then we would put up in the freezer.  Meal sized amounts in plastic freezer bags.   
   However we always cut off the part that had that stuff on it.  It had a distinctly smutty smell.  Therefor it was called smut.  I never would have
thought to eat it though.  It may be a somewhat aquired taste.  Like blue cheese.

   I would probably try that.  Even with my finicky mindset.  I do love Blue cheese.

   I would never eat that stuff from the can.. It is down right scary looking.   Looks kind of like rabbit pellets in a sauce...guuh
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« Reply #125 on: April 19, 2012, 07:32:13 pm »


Huitlacoche (or Cuitlacoche) is a fungus that infects corn kernels during the rainy season in Mexico.  It's also sometimes called Mexican Truffle.  I had it only once, as a pizza topping in Cuernavaca, and it was absolutely delicious!  Best pizza I ever had.  It's also available in a can but I haven't been able to find it here:


Not very appetizing, that's for sure!



BLECH!!!!!  Tongue  Tongue

Who thinks these things up? Did you ever wonder about that?

I mean SERIOUSLY, somebody at some point in time had to see that mess and say "Gee, I wonder what THIS tastes like!"

Maybe it tastes good, and maybe it doesn't. But that picture of the opened tin looks like someone just changed the oil in their car and drained it into that can! And then crapped in it! laugh

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« Reply #126 on: April 21, 2012, 02:32:20 pm »

Here is a shot of the can's full content  Shocked:



Here is a simple recipe:  Huitlacoche Quesadillas



1 tablespoon oil

1/4 onion, minced

1 garlic clove, minced

2 serrano peppers, minced

1 (7-ounce) can of huitlacoche

6 to 8 (6- to 7-inch) corn tortillas

1 (12-ounce) package Oaxaca cheese, sliced

1. In a medium skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat until hot. Add the onions, garlic and minced peppers and cook, stirring frequently, until the onions are softened, 6 to 8 minutes. Stir in the huitlacoche and heat until it begins to bubble, stirring frequently, then remove from heat and set aside.

2. Assemble the quesadillas: Heat a tortilla on the stovetop (this can be done directly on the stovetop or using a comal, or griddle pan). Add sliced cheese to one-half of the tortilla, and when it has melted, add a scoop of the huitlacoche mixture. Fold the tortilla over and hold in a warm place until all of the quesadillas have been assembled. Repeat with the remaining tortillas. Serve immediately.

Each serving: 455 calories; 25 grams protein; 22 grams carbohydrates; 3 grams fiber; 31 grams fat; 17 grams saturated fat; 76 mg cholesterol; 2 grams sugar; 478 mg sodium.


http://articles.latimes.com/2011/apr/07/food/la-fo-mexican-vegetarianrec3-20110407


First one here to find a can of the stuff and to use it in a dish and eat it, wins!
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« Reply #127 on: April 22, 2012, 08:38:23 am »

OMG that black stuff looks horrible!!! Blurgh!!! What on earth is it supposed to be???  Huh?
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« Reply #128 on: April 04, 2014, 04:10:32 am »

That just looks wrong
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« Reply #129 on: April 04, 2014, 04:26:27 am »

Many many years ago, was a passenger in a car, and eating Kentucky Fried Chicken as we were driving along the highway one night, so could not see the food......I bit into something in the chicken that started ooozing out stuff, and quckly turned on the light to see some form of absess in the chicken with pussy stuff oozing out of it......

I was trying to yell to hubby to stop the car as I started violently vomitting.........

I've never eaten KFC since.....

No doubt you all must be overjoyed that I have told you that, eh.........
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« Reply #130 on: April 04, 2014, 05:50:31 am »

Oh God!!  Ugh!!!
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« Reply #131 on: March 07, 2015, 06:10:24 am »

Beetles in the pork fried rice at Red House in Union Square.  Freakin' nasty!

Cow tongue - just can't get over the texture
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