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Old 04-30-2011, 05:53 PM   #21
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Sardines.

I've never had fish tacos, but when I went out with my girlfriends from HS while I was in MN, one ordered walleye tacos...to die for. I ordered bourbon wings because I don't make wings at home--but I was sorry I didn't order the walleye tacos. She was nice enough to let me sample <g>. The walleye was deep fried, the sauce was a "not quite mild" salsa verde, and the toppings were lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese (that Mexican cheese of which I can never remember the name). Soft flour taco shells. I've got some walleye in the freezer and I'm planning fish tacos soon.
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:00 PM   #22
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A-1 Steak Sauce just a nasty way to ruin a good steak
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:50 PM   #23
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Every time I've said I don't like brussel sprouts someone tells me what to do so I'll like them. It's just not important to me to make the effort.
There are really few things on the average Western table I wouldn't try, or don't like. I even like tripe if it's prepared well.

All of the truly weird and nasty stuff mentioned by CWS on post #11 are without a doubt out of the question. In addition to those things, I would add
dogs, cats, horses, rodents, mammal sea animals , primates, reptiles, elephant and a host of other things.
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:50 PM   #24
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[QUOTE="Barbara L"

The two I don't understand why anyone would eat them are caviar and escargot. They even had to give them fancy names because who would want to eat fish eggs and snails if not tricked into it?! [/QUOTE]


LOVE them both. Good caviar does not taste fishy, and escargot in garlic butter...mmmmmmm. Like really chewy mushrooms.
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:55 PM   #25
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Grandpa's blood sausage. Great grandma's head cheese made from a real pig's head (nightmares). Menudo (made with tripe). And Brussels sprouts no matter how they are prepared.
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Oops... I reckon I am in the wrong thread....I like all of this stuff!!!
Don't mind me... I will just quietly slip out the door...
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All of the truly weird and nasty stuff mentioned by CWS on post #11 are without a doubt out of the question.
Whoops, MSC was the poster on #11
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Old 04-30-2011, 07:37 PM   #28
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Brussels Sprouts...horrid stuff!
AWWWWW PF not my precious Sprouts. Golly gee I love em roasted
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Grandpa's blood sausage. Great grandma's head cheese made from a real pig's head (nightmares). Menudo (made with tripe). And Brussels sprouts no matter how they are prepared.
One day I'll tell you about my run in with head cheese, As for blood sausage, turn me loose every Feb and I'll eat those babies til I can't eat another bite. Love em.
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With the exception of fish tacos (which I found terribly bland) I like all the foods mentioned so far.

The two I don't understand why anyone would eat them are caviar and escargot. They even had to give them fancy names because who would want to eat fish eggs and snails if not tricked into it?!
Shame on you Barb. I love both of them, especially the snails, don't look at them as garden pigs look at them as lettuce eaters I know they look dirty but after they run barefoot through the ceansing lettuce they are pristine. YUM with butter and garlic. Caviar, is rather fishy but oh so good atop deviled eggs. OK you made me hungry
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