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Old 09-12-2013, 08:44 AM   #341
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So what you are saying is Unicorn would be more your speed.
I was thinking more like roasted Loch Ness Monster.
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Old 09-12-2013, 08:51 AM   #342
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So I guess mermaid is out of the question too
I can think of other things I'd like to do with a mermaid
But if I had to...
http://beingcreative.co/wp-content/u...shiMermaid.jpg
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Old 09-29-2013, 03:05 AM   #343
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I'd never had lengua before today. I was at an event where there was a taco truck and they had lengua tacos, I figured for two bucks I would give it a try. It was a bit greasier than I usually like, but the flavor was pretty good and the texture wasn't too bad. I think it is something I will have again in the future, especially as hang over food. Menudo is supposed to be good for hang overs too, never had that either.
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:55 AM   #344
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I've eaten rattlesnake, but I'd like to try python or anaconda, just to see if there was much difference in flavour; and because they're big enough to cut steaks from. I'd like to try iguana and/or monitor lizard too.

I've heard that breadfruit is tasty, like to try it sometime. Swedish cloudberries are supposedly not the same as yellow raspberries, so I'd like to try those too. Maybe Asian hyacinth beans and/or snake beans.

And I'd like to try Icelandic sheep's head, prefferably with a cute, blonde Icelandic woman who knew & loved such foods & all the best pairings...
Yeah.
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I've always wondered what fried cockroach would be like, and if I ever get to travel to a place that it is served on a regular basis will have to give it a go.
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:55 AM   #346
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I got the last of the frozen alligator tail at the store yesterday. $15.99/lb!
I'll be cooking it up next weekend, I only have 1lb, so I'm planning on keeping it simple & letting the meat itself be the star of the show. I'm thinking of stir-frying some in a little EVO & maybe steaming some. No spices, but a little salt might be good. I'll update this after cooking & consuming said alligator meat.
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Old 11-05-2013, 01:16 PM   #347
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Gator is good. Lightly breading and frying it works well too.
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I just stumbled across this "Snake Wine," On 1 hand I'd like to try it, on the other hand, venom is something I've always tried to avoid.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_wine
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Gator tail is best grilled.
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Still haven't had gator... I even went gator hunting in the NYC sewers... no gators, plenty of free range long pork though.

seriousy though, I'd like to try gator, also horse.
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