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    LOL...you out did Fuego?? I think I talked with you on the phone when you helped out managing donations when Catchy passed, and I've talked to Fuego several times also...so how come you don't have the thick southern accent that he does?

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    Just a side note, I am a picky eater and have turned down most of what is on that list. My gramma was a hillbilly and offered me stuff that isnt on that list. I had to be on guard when she offered me something new...like head cheese...
    LOL...I'm a picky eater too. Try growing up Polish where headcheese was common and then being offered such delicacies as kishka and czarnina.

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    My Dad loved head cheese! I liked fried gizzards, but I can't stand the taste of any kind of liver. I'm pretty sure God didn't intend that we eat liver.

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    My Dad loved head cheese! I liked fried gizzards, but I can't stand the taste of any kind of liver. I'm pretty sure God didn't intend that we eat liver.
    My gramma and gizzards. Wow.

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    My daddy loved fried gizzards and livers. I'm definitely not a fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly sue View Post
    My Dad loved head cheese! I liked fried gizzards, but I can't stand the taste of any kind of liver. I'm pretty sure God didn't intend that we eat liver.
    Head cheese is originally a European dish, we call it sylte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    ... I talked with you on the phone, and I've talked to Fuego several times also...so how come you don't have the thick southern accent that he does?
    Can't explain it, but people have often thought I was from "Up North" - I think I talk like everyone else from Virginia, but we don't typically have a thick, southern drawl like our neighbors from the Carolinas and below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    Can't explain it, but people have often thought I was from "Up North" - I think I talk like everyone else from Virginia, but we don't typically have a thick, southern drawl like our neighbors from the Carolinas and below.
    Yeah, Catchy didn't sound Southern to me in phone conversations.

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    My granddaughters who are 13, heeded my warning from when very little to always ask great grandma if the chicken and dumplings was really chicken. If my daddy made them, they are squirrel

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    My granddaughters who are 13, heeded my warning from when very little to always ask great grandma if the chicken and dumplings was really chicken. If my daddy made them, they are squirrel
    Sooo if you didn't know, then squirrel tastes just like chicken?



    But I don't understand how chicken and dumplings and deviled eggs are considered southern foods, everyone eats those.

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