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Old 12-15-2013, 09:17 PM   #21
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In the nerdy, gaming community Cthulhu is a popular mythos right now, some of my friends will get a kick out of this!
I enjoy the Cthulhu Mythos...but I still find that disturbing...
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Old 12-15-2013, 09:43 PM   #22
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I wished the link had not worked for me.
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I enjoy the Cthulhu Mythos...but I still find that disturbing...
I agree, it's hard to look at!
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Old 12-15-2013, 11:42 PM   #24
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That's awful! This wasn't really meant to be eaten, was it?

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Old 12-16-2013, 01:33 AM   #25
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Oh dear. This looks like it should belong in a huge Petri dish in a laboratory, not on the dinner table.

Hybrid vegetables are one thing, but this looks as if an experiment in genetics has gone wrong.

Is this a real dish? How would you eat this?

My goodness, every time I'm in here I see something....interesting.

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Old 12-16-2013, 04:28 AM   #26
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In the nerdy, gaming community Cthulhu is a popular mythos right now, some of my friends will get a kick out of this!
Um bakechef, I think there isn't any spaghetti in that "monster".
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:16 AM   #27
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Looks like typical fare. For the stomach contents of a bull shark, that is.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:23 AM   #28
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Looks like typical fare. For the stomach contents of a bull shark, that is.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:55 AM   #29
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The Flying Spaghetti Monster is not as terrifying as that rendition of Cthulhu.
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For a bunch of people who like to experiment with food, everyone is being pretty squeamish.

Where's yer sense of adventure?
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For a bunch of people who like to experiment with food, everyone is being pretty squeamish.

Where's yer sense of adventure?
Ok Andrew Zimmern, you go first!
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Ok Andrew Zimmern, you go first!
I might....

Besides... there doesn't appear to be anything there I wouldn't eat. Unless I am missing brussel spouts in there... blech.
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Ok Andrew Zimmern, you go first!
Yes! YOU try it! Then when you get sent to the hospital, make sure a friend tells us which hospital you're in so we can send "I Told You So" letters!

Uckkkkk!

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I might....

Besides... there doesn't appear to be anything there I wouldn't eat. Unless I am missing brussel spouts in there... blech.
I was just kidding. There is nothing in the picture that I wouldn't eat, either. Especially the golden crab and octopus. If you have never tried golden crab, you should. Maybe not up to par with blues, but what crab is? If there are sprouts, I'll take em!
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I might....

Besides... there doesn't appear to be anything there I wouldn't eat. Unless I am missing brussel spouts in there... blech.
I checked again, just to see if it looks more appealing on the laptop monitor. Nope. It just looks totally disgusting. Like a big tongue sticking out of a spider. Bleh.
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I might....

Besides... there doesn't appear to be anything there I wouldn't eat. Unless I am missing brussel spouts in there... blech.
I'll trade you my octopus for your Brussels sprouts! But keep your claws off of my crab.
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Someone in the Northwest went fishing in Puget Sound. They forgot the "Catch and Release" practice!
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I might....

Besides... there doesn't appear to be anything there I wouldn't eat. Unless I am missing brussel spouts in there... blech.
There...there were Brussels Sprouts Frank...
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For a bunch of people who like to experiment with food, everyone is being pretty squeamish.

Where's yer sense of adventure?
Mine's here and alive and kicking. Admittedly I couldn't see the link but if, as someone said, it involves crab and octopus, well, I like both.
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Sorry you can't see the link, Mad Cook, it's got the gross-out factor handled!

I can't figure out what the octopus was stuffed with. Hopefully not brussels sprouts. Looks like the whole crab/octo/whatever thing was stuffed up a chicken butt upon closer inspection.

I could envision a chopped shrimp and mixed seafood stuffing in the first octo cavity....And it sure would be purdy with a couple tentacles for garnish.

Yeah, I'd probably eat it too!
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