I've eaten alligator...dove...squirrel. All kinds of cheeses with rinds and such (which some consider strange).
My grandfather swore I used to eat cow brains scrambled in eggs with him when I was a very young child (i.e. less than five years old). I have no memory of this though, and can't imagine that I would have been okay with eating brains - sounds pretty nasty to me, at least now. I didn't totally believe that you could get them! He said you could order them from the butcher. *shrug* Maybe someone else knows more about that? He says I ate froglegs with him once as well, which I can believe.
Cat Fryes = Oklahoma (really...don't need to explain that one...think of all the parts of a Cow's anatomy you see at a butcher shop...and the ones you don't. Yep...it's those...?!Needless to say...for me it was just a sample...some folks were going back for seconds and thirds...Yikes!) Bullfrog legs=Louisiana (probably not that weird to the locals) Timber Rattlesnake=North Carolina (taste like chicken...but then so does everything when you try to describe it...right? ) Reindeer = Norway...(probably not too unusual from venison...but try buying it at the supermarket in the U.S.) Flowers=Costa Rica (don't know what kind of flower it was...but they were good with eggs!) A Goldfish=College Party...back in the day...Thank God...I don't remember what it taste like )
That's all I can think of...and these are plenty enough!
Do they really have chocolate covered ants, and do they eat big bugs, and monkey brains in some places...? Yikes!
I haven't eaten many weird things that I remember - once in awhile a fly, but not on purpose. I had beans n ham for lunch. had it for dinner last night and lunch yesterday. Had it for breakfast on Sunday and dinner Saturday night. I can't keep any friends for long.
I had poi when I was in Hawaii. It is revolting. It is wrong. It is the epitamy of evil. It is thrust regurgitation from the bowels of death. It's a disgrace to be created, let alone digested, underneath the American flag. It must be burned at the stake!
Wow, some interesting answers here! I'm a big chicken when it comes to trying different foods. However, my mother-in-law has eaten possum...I've been at (filipino) parties where they were cooking goat meat. Not a great aroma at all...so I couldn't ever bring myself to tasting it. LOL!
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