What is your favorite exotic meal?
I know you tried different kind of food. What is your favorite one, from exotic countries world wide?
I don't "do" exotic foods for two reasons:
1) I'm a vegetarian, and "exotic" usually involves some kind of weird dead creature, not found in the mainstay of most people's diets, and,
2) Exotic also usually means uncommon, hence very expensive, and I'm on a low, fixed income...heck, we can't even afford to "dine out" on fast food, (and yes, SOME fast-food joints do have ONE vegetarian selection), let alone anything "exotic."
Nothing like some good mudbugs to boil up in the spring time here in Louisiana. A lot of the Cajun dishes I am use to will seem exotic. I think boiled crawfish is one that is a very delicious meal.
not really favorite but so far i have tasted and eat a frog from the farm . It taste like chicken though, as they fry and put some spicy's.
Frog legs are on the plate from the photo (next to the lemon). Very taste meal!
ohh Yeah! I bet you've tried it also:D after I eat frog I cracked a joke by saying "kokak-kokak!" RRRRiiiibbbiiiiitttt and everyone laugh!
by Mohan Kumar 5 years ago
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by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
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by mejane 8 years ago
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