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Food & Drink Food you like that might gross others

Discussion in 'General' started by CrapBag, 6 Jun 2013.

  1. Guinevere

    Guinevere Mega Mom

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    Ground up sheep's lungs stuffed into the sheep's stomach with oatmeal and some of the hard fat from around the animals loins. A bit of spices and onion and job done.

    Hmmm you can't beat a good plate of haggis, neeps and tatties.

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  2. erratum1

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    Can't think of any my stomach can turn quite easily.....fish makes me gag !!

    Had a Polish friend that would cook Polish stuff at Christmas...don't mean to upset anyone but it was like how I imagine a tin of Pedigree chum tastes...They did an awesome roast on Sunday's though !
     
  3. Shirty

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  4. Landy_Ed

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    Scotch pies! wife won't go near them.

    My old man likes chocolate coated ants.
     
  5. LithiumDesign

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    damn son :geek:
     
  6. Krikkit

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    My parents have had that semi-developed chick thing in Vietnam, apparently quite tasty despite the horrid texture.

    Some nasty **** on those lists though!
     
  7. bigkingfun

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    Ground up animal in its own colon.
    I prefer them on the bbq.
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  8. Throbbi

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    I know Fois Gras is on there and I know it's cruel and everything but it's soooooooooooo gooooooooooooood!

    I have also tried a witchetty grub (well I'm told it was, not sure how it was purloined in the UK. some wierd food website apparently), whilst the taste is actually quite nice I do not recommend them, the texture is utterly repulsive.
     
  9. TheDodoKiller

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    Not sure it's really out there, but last time I tried, I really enjoyed goat stew. Sort of a mix of Chicken and beef, but with no characteristics of either, if that makes sense.
     
  10. Joey Propane

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    Nope. I don't even eat the dark bits of chicken.
     
  11. Pinguu

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    Can't beat a good steak tartare :)
     
  12. legoman

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    Sushi and Sashimi, also tried fire ant egg stir fry which was actually rather good!

    Often scare a couple of lads at work with Sushi
     
  13. Throbbi

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    Makes perfect sense, tried goat in Tunisia and really liked it.
     
  14. CrapBag

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    I had horse pate in france which was nice and also some sort of white sausage the description of which got lost in translation. It was like the opposite of black pudding.
     
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  15. Shirty

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    You're damn right it is - it's what pâté should be all about :naughty:
     
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  16. Tynecider

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    Hakarl
    Country of origin: Iceland

    Description: This Icelandic delicacy is made from shark meat. As soon as the shark is caught, it is buried in the ground and often topped with manure. Allowing meat to decompose is a traditional method of preservation for many cultures. After the shark has decomposed in the ground for between two and six months, it is dug up, and the meat is sliced and served cold. The dish has a strong ammonia smell, an undeniably strong flavor, and some people claim that it tastes like cheese.

    sounds articulated eh
     
  17. wolfticket

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    Didn't have that (because apparently it's genuinely just foul), but had Minke whale and Puffin in Iceland :worried:
     
  18. notmeagain

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    good old pork pies coated in branston pickle.

    I get told i'm a northern peasant at work when i do that.

    Screw 'em.
     
  19. GaryP

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    White 1970's dog crap that had baked in the sun. You don't see it anymore.
     
  20. KidMod-Southpaw

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    Can't beat a good old ketchup and butter sandwich either. :D
     

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