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Old 05-07-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default One food you have never had... but are curious

I'll go first.

Haggis.

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Old 05-07-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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Just for fun, Rocky Mountain oysters

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Been there... tastes like fried anything. Ha!

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Here in Germany, they have something called Mett. It is some sort of cured ground beef but you would honestly think its raw. They serve it on bread with onions.

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I'd give it a go. I love a nice beef tartar, not sure how similar it is.

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I want morels. Never had them. All the foodie blogs are talking about how it's hunting time.

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I'd give it a go. I love a nice beef tartar, not sure how similar it is.
I thought the same thing and almost spit it out.

Other than that, don't know if there is anything else I would specifically seek out to try, but I'm not too picky.
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I've had em at a restaurant years ago but never in my kitchen. The ole wallet wont allow for it these days.

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Haggis for me too - authentic Haggis!

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I want morels. Never had them. All the foodie blogs are talking about how it's hunting time.
I found morels one time...need to find time to go hunting them!
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