Jayhawker wrote: »
The fastest way to contract Hepatitis A known to man.....
Teach wrote: »
Actually, mustard-packed sardines aren't half bad, but I prefer the huge "Crown Prince" brand ones packed in the oval cans about 6" long by 4" wide. Those are getting hard to find unless I order them online a case at a time. That would be about a 5 year supply for me!
Linefinder wrote: »
Rabbit, squirrel, oysters on the half shell, boiled crawfish, ceviche , and calamari may seem strange to some, buy I love them all.
For me, strange was escargot. Had it in Okinawa almost 40 years ago, and I remember it as good as long as it was well dunked in melted garlic butter.
But it was strange enough I haven't ordered it since.
SIGgal wrote: »
I eat tofu lol. I also tried rattlesnake and snails :vomit:
JerryBobCo wrote: »
In my college days, I had a room mate who grew up on a ranch south of San Antonio. He invited me to spend the weekend with him and his dad once, so I did. His dad bought some concoction made of raw, lead ground beef and spices. Apparently, the mix was allowed to "cure" in the spices and then eaten raw. We ate it on crackers.
I remember it was good, but don't recall the name. Maybe some who live in that area know what I'm talking about.
BigDanS wrote: »
Syrian / Lebanese dish called kibbeh.
I prefer it cooked.
Wambli Ska wrote: »
I LOVE snails (escargot) and eat them often! Mountain lion, bear, guinea hens, rabbit and other somewhat exotic game meats but nothing really outrageous there, just unusual. Lots of organ meats like tripe, menudo, liver, heart, tongues, kidneys, brain and others. I used to eat tacos from a place I was told by a friend LEO after it was shut down that they were closed for serving dog. Crickets are very tasty and I’ve had quite a few of them, as well as other bugs like ants, spiders and such. There is a special Margarita salt sold in Mexico called Hoppy which is spiced up ground crickets and it’s delicious! Can’t seem to get it in the USA...
I think two of the strangest things I’ve eaten were a plate of a 3 year old aged mole (dessert) which was AMAZING, and a big bowl of fried Agave worms which were so good I’m setting up some meetings in Mexico City (my new HQs) just so I can go get another bowl at the restaurant in our building :tooth: