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Old 10-13-2007, 10:49 AM   #61
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Try it!! Especially if it's red snapper in tomato sauce with a slice of Chevre.Sea urchins
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Old 10-13-2007, 11:06 AM   #62
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Try it!! Especially if it's red snapper in tomato sauce with a slice of Chevre.Sea urchins
Not only that, but fish topped with cheese is a Mickey D's filet, although the fish is breaded and deep-fried first.

Sea urchin is something I've wanted to try, but so far haven't had the chance. It's supposed to have a sweet taste.


Mealworm Fried Rice is the same recipe as traditional fried rice but you add a cup of mealworms for a protein boost. The recipe is from Iowa State U. Try it or deny it?
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Old 10-13-2007, 11:33 AM   #63
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Seaurchin is a little sweet with an iodine taste. Good with lemon juice and evo. Mealworm fried rice....Deny it!!! Mageiritsa, Greek Easter soup made of lamb innards...Try it or deny it???
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Old 10-13-2007, 11:37 AM   #64
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I`de Try it I think.


Haggis?
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Old 10-13-2007, 12:23 PM   #65
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I've been waiting for this one because I sometimes have fried scrapple (which contains all the same parts of the animal except for lungs) for breakfast. I'd try haggis only after I've had at least couple of beers!!

Blood pudding made with congealed pig blood and oatmeal - try it or deny it?
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I'd try just a little of it...............spleen stuffed with cheese??
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deny it.
but Pigs Pudding (blood pudding) is great! esp fried and plenty of salt on it :)

Blood Soup?
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Try it if I didn't know what it was. the original coq au vin has rooster blood in it.............Pastourmas ,a cold cut made from camel meat...try it or deny it?
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try that for sure!

Rattle Snake steaks (BBQ`d)?
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I heard snake meat is really tasty and the BBQ clinches the deal...try it. Kokkoretsi,lambs innards(including lungs)on a spit seasoned with allspice oregano salt and pepper, wrapped with intestines and then roasted slowly over hot coals...Try it or deny it??
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