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Old 08-28-2014, 12:28 AM   #11
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That menu and your description makes me drool, BT....
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:41 AM   #12
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That does sound good! Your little man is quite an adventurous eater for such a young age, bucky. Good for him!
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:54 AM   #13
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it was a good way to wind down the summer, dawg. school starts next week.

cheryl, you wouldn't believe what he'll eat, especially fish: sea urchin sushi, mackerel in oil, rollmopse, smoked whitefish, fried salmon skin, etc..

for meats, he wants to try buffalo tongue and liver this weekend.

my wife and i are adventurous eaters, so i guess he just thinks it's normal. the trick is not to make a big deal about anything until after he's tried it.
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Lordy bt, that sounds like a perfect meal. Except for the raw oysters. I don't fight Himself for those. Sorry, but they make me think of sinus drainage...
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Old 08-28-2014, 01:18 PM   #15
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it was a good way to wind down the summer, dawg. school starts next week.

cheryl, you wouldn't believe what he'll eat, especially fish: sea urchin sushi, mackerel in oil, rollmopse, smoked whitefish, fried salmon skin, etc..

for meats, he wants to try buffalo tongue and liver this weekend.

my wife and i are adventurous eaters, so i guess he just thinks it's normal. the trick is not to make a big deal about anything until after he's tried it.
You're so right Bucky to be exposing him to adventure eating. That's the way I was raised also and it was just normal for me. I remember being sent to grade school with a sliced tongue sandwich and the kids just freaking out. I was pretty smug thinking they didn't know what I knew.
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