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    The Mickey D's BIG MAC? Taste that 1000 Island secret sauce!

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    I would have eaten a burger like that ten years ago, but not anymore.
    How about yummy cheese balls?


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    CHEESE! GIMME!

    That would be a yes.

    Carpaccio (thin slices of raw beef, v. yummy)?

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    Aella, what happened to the beef? I can't see it now but no I wouldn't eat it

    How about this (Vomits)


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    ^That's odd, I can still see the pic.
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    Carpaccio (wafer thin raw beef) is delish and no better/worse than prosciuto (SP?), Italian cured ham, or smoked salmon for that matter. We have to get past this thing about 'raw' meat. If it's prepared correctly it's perfectly safe and edible.
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    Mmmms, yes to all carpaccio. I've had beef, bison and tuna carpaccios. They usually come with a dribble of some lovely sauce and capers sprinkled round.

    I'm totally craving fish and chips right now. Might have to convince hubby to go out for dinner. Who WOULDN'T eat fish & chips?
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    Dinuguan?

    Filipino dish. It's blood and meat simmered in pig's blood, garlic, chili and vinegar.
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    no...i can't imagine eating anything with blood as an ingredient.

    how about tom kha gai (thai coconut milk-based soup)?
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    ^^ As long as there are not any unusual 'surpise' ingredients then it sounds ok


    What about Canned Sardines? Would you eat them?
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    No, they are a bit smelly..

    how about lamb flavoured potato crisps?

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    Yes I suppose if it is just flavoring I would try them.

    would you try Turtle soup?
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    I'd have Turtle soup if it were chocolate turtles, and not actual turtles.



    How about a nice fresh 1000 year old egg?

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    Think I would pass on the 1,000 year old egg.



    would you try Fish head soup?
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    No seafood for me thank you. If it swims in the sea it doesn't need to swim in my belly.

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