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    Quote Originally Posted by Highly Favoured View Post
    Live eels ... DH said that all that night he wanted to throw up from his toes up. He could not NOT eat the eels because of the situation he was in. To not do it would have brought much dishonor to his company's president.
    I don't think I could do it :bado:

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    Chocolate covered ants...not bad at all!

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    I don't do strange food. I just don't.

    As it is, I don't eat eggs, mushrooms, onions, peppers, liver, hmmmm....... I'm sure there's more...

    Within my ethnicity, tho, one of my very favorite foods is something called studinetz. I absolutely love it. A big chunk with vinegar and a piece of bread and butter.... I can polish off a huge amount... and come to think of it, I haven't had it since my mom passed 5.5 yrs ago. I may have to make some for myself!

    http://www.foodgeeks.com/recipes/ukr...rk-aspic-22050

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    wow.. except for the liver.. you just discribed something we eat often! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    I don't do strange food. I just don't.

    As it is, I don't eat eggs, mushrooms, onions, peppers, liver, hmmmm....... I'm sure there's more...

    Within my ethnicity, tho, one of my very favorite foods is something called studinetz. I absolutely love it. A big chunk with vinegar and a piece of bread and butter.... I can polish off a huge amount... and come to think of it, I haven't had it since my mom passed 5.5 yrs ago. I may have to make some for myself!

    http://www.foodgeeks.com/recipes/ukr...rk-aspic-22050
    I ate a pizza with far too many peppers recently and it actually hurt coming out the other end. Not going to do that again !

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    When we are in Kenya our friends will slaughter a goat to honour us and they always make sure they give us the part of the goat that is most delicious (in THEIR opinion!) ... the stomach. It is greenish and does NOT look nice. Normally, we must touch the goat to say that we approve of it before they take it behind a shed to give it a blow in the head and cut its throat. Then after a couple of hours it has been roasted and is served .... it's almost so that you feel the meat isn't quite dead yet. Eeeek. But we try not to think of what the greenish thingy looked like, and I must admit I'm glad there are always dogs and cats sneaking around in the darkness. Some of my helping goes that way :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lively Stone View Post
    Chocolate covered ants...not bad at all!
    I think I would eat chocolate covered anything. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    I think I would eat chocolate covered anything. :)
    They could try covering that cheese I talked about with chocolate but I doubt that any amount would manage to cover up the smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    I don't do strange food. I just don't.

    As it is, I don't eat eggs, mushrooms, onions, peppers, liver, hmmmm....... I'm sure there's more...

    Within my ethnicity, tho, one of my very favorite foods is something called studinetz. I absolutely love it. A big chunk with vinegar and a piece of bread and butter.... I can polish off a huge amount... and come to think of it, I haven't had it since my mom passed 5.5 yrs ago. I may have to make some for myself!

    http://www.foodgeeks.com/recipes/ukr...rk-aspic-22050
    Jellied pork hocks?????!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    wow.. except for the liver.. you just discribed something we eat often! lol
    HOLD THE PHONE!!! Femme has a typo.....someone needs to post this somewhere important....this NEVER happens.

    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    I ate a pizza with far too many peppers recently and it actually hurt coming out the other end. Not going to do that again !
    TMI....just tmi....:ffaint:

    Quote Originally Posted by peace View Post
    When we are in Kenya our friends will slaughter a goat to honour us and they always make sure they give us the part of the goat that is most delicious (in THEIR opinion!) ... the stomach. It is greenish and does NOT look nice. Normally, we must touch the goat to say that we approve of it before they take it behind a shed to give it a blow in the head and cut its throat. Then after a couple of hours it has been roasted and is served .... it's almost so that you feel the meat isn't quite dead yet. Eeeek. But we try not to think of what the greenish thingy looked like, and I must admit I'm glad there are always dogs and cats sneaking around in the darkness. Some of my helping goes that way :)
    Peace....you must be part saint to do that. Though, I'm sure fresh goat probably tastes better than week old goat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    TMI....just tmi....:ffaint:
    Madre has spoken.

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