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Posted: 10/19/2001 6:10:27 PM EDT
I had beer heart the other day. Just a bite of it, but it wasn't bad. That's it for me.. lol Oh yea, had some squid once; almost puked.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:13:43 PM EDT
I had something cooked over a 55 gal drum on a street corner in Comyogya Honduras once when I was drunk. Not sure what the mystery meat was, but it sure tasted exotic. Aviator [img]www.milpubs.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:15:33 PM EDT
Ethiopian, they asked me if I wanted it cooked.[:)] Alex
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:18:13 PM EDT
Fruit bat in the phillipines... oh how i miss olongopo
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:20:24 PM EDT
The worm from a bottle of Mescal
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:20:47 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/20/2001 7:07:42 AM EDT by Hawkeye1]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:21:05 PM EDT
Kimshee. Tasted great, but HOLY SH*T, what a smell!
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:22:24 PM EDT
Floater - I've had squid, thought it was pretty good - a little "rubbery", but an excellent taste. Yours musta been raw. Exotic? I guess the BBQ goat we fixed was about as exotic as it gets. I've had it several times, the younger the better for sure.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:24:54 PM EDT
Originally Posted By btip: Floater - I've had squid, thought it was pretty good - a little "rubbery", but an excellent taste. Yours musta been raw. Exotic? I guess the BBQ goat we fixed was about as exotic as it gets. I've had it several times, the younger the better for sure.
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No, it was cooked in butter. But man, if I didn't spit that thing out, I would have definately puked. Can't stand shrimp, either.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:28:59 PM EDT
One time I had to eat a steak medium well. Couldn't understand why anyone would deliberatly screw up a good rib eye like that.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:34:50 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:36:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/19/2001 6:30:52 PM EDT by Sukebe]
I ate raw squid and eel in a side street shop in the Itaewon district of Seoul. Ate dog in Yea Chon. Had lots and lots of stuff in Japan that I didn't know what it was called. Had Monkey meat in Olongapo City R.P.. But the most exotic thing I've ever eaten was the p*ssy of a 21 year old Japanese girl in Hiroshima named Taeko Arie.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:37:32 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:38:08 PM EDT
Poi.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:41:34 PM EDT
Horse, in France. I've always wanted to try dog and cat.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:41:57 PM EDT
[red][b]Pam[/b][/red]. The Redhead, not the cooking oil...
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:42:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/19/2001 6:37:58 PM EDT by lordtrader]
Balut (those that are Filipino or have been to P.I. will know what this is) Dog, cooked liked beef stew. Tasted like beef but had the meat consistency of chicken Eel, in a form of a soup and in form of sushi. Frog legs in a spicy soup style dish. This one really does taste like chicken. Blood soup. Pigs blood used to make soup with pig meat and various other organs. Called dinuguan. This is a Filipino dish served with steam rice, mmmmmm. I would like to try some Rocky Mountain oysters, monkeys brain, and a few exotics meats. Like mountain lion, bear, and ostrich.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:44:14 PM EDT
Your tales of "strange meat" don't impress me. Squid, and whatever you at in Honduras can't hold a candle to the frozen fish sandwich I tried at a convenience store along the highway. Found out real quick that it was a bit moldy. Don't ask, but it and a fiery can of pringles ended up flying out the window of a 80's model Escort Station Wagon going down the highway at 80mph. It took a couple of hours to get that taste out of my mouth.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:44:51 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/19/2001 6:41:38 PM EDT by LongIslandShooter]
My uncle said his uncle would drink some of the blood of every deer he killed-fresh from the animal. This was in pennsylvania in the 50's-70's. They also drank milk straight from the utters of the cow. He was an old guy, it may have been an old German/Rural thing. I, on the other hand, have never eaten anything terribly exotic. Swordfish? Mako Shark?
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:48:20 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:52:02 PM EDT
I ate the same things lordtrader ate (I'm pretty sure all Flips like us have many times) except for the dog. When I was in the Philippines, I ate some BBQ they sold out on the streets. They told me it was chicken, but it could have been dog. It tasted really good though. Other than that, the most exotic thing I ate was this one Vietnamese chick. Yum yum...
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:52:48 PM EDT
Rocky Mountain Oysters.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:53:58 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/19/2001 6:50:39 PM EDT by kpel308]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:58:31 PM EDT
Originally Posted By kpel308: That's why I'm naming my next dog Pulutan.
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ROTFLMAO. Nice name!!!!! LOL
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 6:58:51 PM EDT
Originally Posted By kpel308: Hey, LT! I had dinuguan tonight for dinner. I had fried cobra in the PI, along with some deep-fried day-old chicks. Dog, too. That's why I'm naming my next dog Pulutan. "Haling kadito, Pulutan!"
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What no balut?!?!?! No matter. I dubbed thee, honorary Filipino [:)]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:00:49 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:02:17 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Kalifornia:
Originally Posted By kpel308: That's why I'm naming my next dog Pulutan.
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ROTFLMAO. Nice name!!!!! LOL
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OMG!!!! That's a great name for a dog! Where is my Pitbull hiding??? Let me check the oven............
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:13:55 PM EDT
Oh, I've had the Filipino stuff. I've eaten the dinuguan, the kilawin, the balut, etc. The wife's filipina and her mother always makes me big bowls of that stuff when she comes to visit.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:33:07 PM EDT
how about some good lumpia?, kari-kari? palabok? mmmmnn...getting to c-c-cold in NY for halo-halo
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:38:58 PM EDT
Schwarma's in Saudi Arabia were pretty exotic and also pretty good. It's basically pita bread wrapped around broasted chicken, whole french fries, a dill pickle wedge and mayonaise and hot sauce. Towards the end of my third tour in the Gulf I had the "Syrian" style schwarma which added a grilled radish. It was delicious!
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:41:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By paterpk: Fruit bat in the phillipines... oh how i miss olongopo
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Tango Bravo - Tasty bat! During the jungle survival course I ate bat and some big lizard. Plus various other little crawly things I didn't want to identify. Damned I miss olongapo.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:43:10 PM EDT
Something I have no idea that put in when I went to India. But it was good.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:50:28 PM EDT
Solent Green, not sure what was in it but it tasted OK.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:57:55 PM EDT
raw quail eggs and abalone(sushi) with a bottle of imported momokowa silver "cold" sake god i love japanese food
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 7:58:51 PM EDT
mabahu ang puki mo...
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:01:54 PM EDT
sf46, You sure that was chicken in your schwarma?? They do taste good though, I got a serious case of the squirts after I ate one though. It was a long ride back to PSAB from Riyadh!!! It's gotta be that mayo mixture that they let sit out in the hot sun all day.. I've had squid, snails, rattlesnake (or at least thats what my dad told me it was) ostrich, buffalo, and a fly this summer when I was riding my ATV.. I've heard Rocky Mountain Oysters (bull nuts) are pretty good but haven't had a chance to try them yet. Later, hawkin [beer]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:03:16 PM EDT
Anything cooked by my wife!! -- Thank god for the MRE.-- Hey Floater, whats a BEER heart?? -- had a Beer Fart once, sure would'nt want to taste it!! -- Eat Well -- ALLONS11
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:05:36 PM EDT
Originally Posted By BusMaster007: mabahu ang puki mo...
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Mabahu puki is not good eating but good for kantot [:D]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:07:36 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Waverunner: how about some good lumpia?, kari-kari? palabok? mmmmnn...getting to c-c-cold in NY for halo-halo
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Mmmmm....pancit palabok is goooooddddd. I'm gonna have to go to this Filipino restaurant in Richardson for lunch tomorrow.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:21:42 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ALLONS11: Anything cooked by my wife!! -- Thank god for the MRE.-- Hey Floater, whats a BEER heart?? -- had a Beer Fart once, sure would'nt want to taste it!! -- Eat Well -- ALLONS11
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opps.. i meant beef heart!
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:23:17 PM EDT
Ate "meat" on a stick cooked by decrepit looking old ladies in various countries including Korea and the P.I. God only knows what the hell I ate, but man it sure was good! The word Olongapo still makes me smile when I hear it[:D]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:28:03 PM EDT
Originally Posted By QCMGR: Solent Green, not sure what was in it but it tasted OK.
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[green]Soylent Green is people helping people![/green] I had bunny once. I don't think she was ever a featured centerfold, though.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:28:38 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/20/2001 4:13:08 AM EDT by e8ght]
Gator, buffalo, squirrel, assorted insects on a thankfully brief taxpayer-funded tour of the Alberta wilderness, venison (more like a staple than an exotic, but some have missed out on this one), goat, falafel, leopard frog, tofu. Edited to add chicken palms. From the name, I figured they would be something like chicken nuggets or something... so did my girlfriend at the time, who grabbed a handful and popped them in her mouth. She never went to a Chinese restaurant with me again. For those who don't know, they're fried chicken feet. Ones I'd eat again in preference to a nice steak: smoked gator, buffalo, venison.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:30:36 PM EDT
Ostrich,Goat, and my ex was Mexican (not exotic just sluttish)
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:33:06 PM EDT
Local: woodchuck. Darn things keep moving in under my porch. Foreign: squid & kimchee. Squid was really good, great texture, ate the whole d*** thing, my stomach went "what the he!!'s THIS?" for an hour. Kimchee takes getting used to, but given enough ya get hooked - and I think "hooked" is the proper pharmacological term.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:36:15 PM EDT
Gator jambalaya roasted silkworm larvae
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 8:39:32 PM EDT
Went to a VietNamese "Soup Party" in a fellow workers garage. The soup was excellent, but had frightening things floating in it, such as a miniature, whole octupus. I remember looking at it's head, as big as your thumb, and at the tip of each tentacle, which was curled into a neat little spiral, covered with suckers, and blanching in fear. For a side dish, half-developed duck foetuses were brought out. At first, reacting to blind panic, I said "NO." Then, screwing my courage to the sticking point, I ate one. Upon finishing the first duck foetus, I wandered to myself, "Was that as repulsive as you thought it was, or are you just a scaredy-gringo?" While eating the second duck foetus, I fought down the STRONG urge to vomit! [BD]
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 9:03:15 PM EDT
Floater if you ask me the heart is the second best part of the deer.The tenderloin being the best.If you dont like squid try calimari.Ask 1feral1 what that is.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 9:06:17 PM EDT
Iced monkey brains in Pattaya Beach, Thailand (was really drunk at the time,freakin good thai beer). Assorted grasshoppers and snake eggs during Jungle survival training in Subic Bay Philipinnes in '85. And assorted bearded clams from Pusan,Pohan Korea and Thailand. I sure miss Bangkok, man was that place just loaded with babes!
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 9:15:05 PM EDT
I lived in Samoa for a while. They make something called Se'a, it is the innards from a sea slug- pickled. I tried some, DON'T! One thing they had that was really good was called palolo. One night a year, these blue-green Annelid worms (normally burrowed in the reefs) swarm to the surface to mate. It is really tricky, the day is hard to predict, as is the best spot. It happens sometime in October or November on the seventh day after a full moon. Everyone heads for the beach with buckets and scoop nets, and as it occurs at like 3am no-one goes to work the next day. The stuff sells for about $50 a pound. Tastes like caviar. Great with eggs, like an omelet.
Link Posted: 10/19/2001 9:36:56 PM EDT
Conch fritters on St. John, USVI. Also the best little Mexican 'mariscos' restaurant in Dallas, La Calle Doce (12th Street) has a seafood cock-tail known as 'Vuelve a la Vida' which contains shrimp, oysters, and octupus. Mui deliciosa! Eric The('ScuseMe!)Hun[>]:)]
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