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    No, to the liver and onions.

    Venison?

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    OMG do you know what Prairie oysters are?

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    [quote=Sojiita;938524]^^ No to the snails..another disgusting thing we have the French to thank for having! (just say NO to the Escargot!!!)

    lol..you do know that Prairie Oysters are BULL TESTICLES RIGHT?


    are you serious? Uuugh! Can I go back and edit my answers? haha god, do people really eat that stuff?

    And yes, I've already tried venison and it wasn't too bad suprisingly.

    Ok does anyone fancy a tasty Tripe, pig's trotters and lard dish? Does it get any worse than this? :O


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    I would not eat tripe! Ick!!!!!!!!!!!! I was just about to ask if people would eat menudo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Kill Me View Post
    I would not eat tripe! Ick!!!!!!!!!!!! I was just about to ask if people would eat menudo.
    haha the boy band? Erm, not me personally but I'm sure some people here wouldn't have minded a taste back in the day.

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    Just trying to get the game going.

    Rabbit stew?

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    that bunny is so cute, why would anyone want to eat it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    Just trying to get the game going.

    Rabbit stew?
    Well a cooked rabbit stew..I would probably try. (even though bunnies are cute and all just like kangaroos..not sure why I would try it but I would) so YES

    Would you like a ..

    crunchy juicy crisp Kieffer pear?




    (Besides a small apple tree, this is the other fruit tree that I have transplanted to my new home-the old place had one I planted years ago that usually produced a ton of delicious Kieffer pears!
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    Sure.

    Butter beans?

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    Rabbit stew is delicious!

    Never had a Kieffer pear but it looks like it has a serious acne problem and I'd think about it. I'd like to get me some of Kiefer Sutherland, though

    Oops, this thread moves fast!!! Butter beans look delicious, Sweetness, I think I would unless there's something gross like pineapple in there.



    Ok, Greek food time. Mousaka?


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    I'll try anything once. The only thing listed that I wouldn't try is the fried chicken feet. The buffalo steaks I eat on a regular basis.

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    I've had Haggis, and I liked it, escargot too, and rabbit, but never THIS:

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    No, I don't want anything that was listed!!

    How about Hog Head Cheese!!

    Hog Head Cheese






    . Makes: 60 servings Prep Time:30 minutes Cook Time:2 hours, 0 minutes Ready In:2 hours, 30 minutes Cajuns never wasted any part of the hog being slaughtered. This recipe backs up that statement. For those who can not attend the boucherie or are away from home, but would love to make hog head cheese, you can generally find what you need to make this at most Chinese or Hispanic markets or look for 99 Ranch market types of stores. The pig's foot provides the gelatin that sets the cheese. Served on crispy crackers, it's quite good. Hogs' head cheese is also known as souse. Ingredients 10 cups water 2 1/2 pound pork meat or the hog's head 1 pig's foot 2 tsp salt divided 3/4 pound onions chopped 1 tbsp parsley flakes 1 tbsp celery flakes 1 cup green onions chopped 1 tsp black pepper 3/4 tsp red pepper DirectionsMeasure water into 5-quart saucepot. Add pork meat, pig's foot, and 1 teaspoon salt. Cook until meat is tender and the pig's foot and head can easily be boned. Approximately 3 cups of liquid should remain in saucepot. Add chopped onions, parsley flakes, celery flakes, chopped green onions, and the remaining teaspoon of salt, black pepper, and red pepper. Cook about 3 minutes. Remove meat from liquid. Reserve liquid. Remove bones from meat. Place meat in food processor bowl. Chop well but do not puree.

    Mix together the chopped ingredients and the reserved liquid. Pour into 9x13x2 pan. Chill thoroughly and serve on saltines or flavored crackers of choice or with boudin. Makes 60 servings of 2 tablespoons each.
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    ^^ you would not eat a pear?

    No to the Mousaka(I do not know what it is..but it may have lamb given it is Greek and I do not like lamb)..also HELL NO!! to the Spam
    Again pork and I HATE PORK~

    So would you eat a nice heaping plate of

    Cactus Salad?

    Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!

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    I might try the salad, but I'd check for prickly thingies.

    Vacherin Mont D'Or cheese? Warmed, peel off top, eat with bread.


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