Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. It's time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We'd all like that. I'll even answer my own question as that's only fair.

So here's this weeks question: What is the strangest thing you've ever eaten?
Pickled pigs feet and they were awful. My father loved them.
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  1. my plate has never held anything very exotic or odd so I can't think of one thing that I've eaten that would be considered strange

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    1. That's not a bad thing Ann. :)

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  2. I make it a point not to eat strange things so I guess I'd have to say snow. I don't eat it anymore though!

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    1. Hope it wasn't yellow! :(

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    2. Bwahahahahahaha on Jean(ies) comment. :)

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  3. Well I sure can't remember if I have eaten anything strange. I do not like fish but that isn't strange, well it is strange that I don't like it but not strange to eat it. Anyway, Sandee, you and Zane and Little Bit have a wonderful day.

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    1. Some fish are mighty strange. You have a wonderful day too Marg. :)

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  4. Hmmmm. Probably green beans lol. Just not much of a green veggies fan :)

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    1. Well that takes a lot of veggies out of the mix. :)

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  5. A couple of things i was served overseas, and i didn't ask what they were. When you are visiting, you just shut your mouth and eat, especially if you are hungry.

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    1. Yes, being hungry would make a big difference. :)

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  6. The strangest thing I've ever eaten was octopus and once I ate snake stew. I like to try anything at least once. I had chocolate ants once while I was in New York. I love to enjoy unusual things. I guess I'm unusual. Ha,ha,ha. Have a great day Sandee. See ya.

    Paul

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    1. I've not had any of those things Paul. Very interesting. :)

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  7. that's easy. when i was little i ate breakfast with my grandfather and he was "right off the boat" italian. usually it was something like pepperoni and smelly cheese but one morning it was brains scrambled with eggs. ewww. gosh i loved that man. sadly he died when i was only five.

    roche' said he ate a bug once. (i think he's lying but don't tell him i said so.)

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxo

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    1. I wouldn't have gone there either honey. :)

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  8. I don't eat strange food, unless you count some of the things I cannot pronounce in the everyday foods we get at the store. ;) I have seen my oldest eat duck feet, and octopus, among other things (he was in Kung Foo for many years and we often went to events where such things were served... I always ate white rice, hahaha). #nonadventurouseater :)

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    1. I would have been eating the rice right along with you. :)

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  9. In Vietnam there is a delicacy of a ,duck I think, about 3/4 developed in the shell. They have under developed feathers and all. I started to eat it, but couldn't go through with it.

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    1. I couldn't have gone through with that either. :(

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  10. The strangest thing for me is calamari I guess. I almost ate something with seaweed on it in Hawaii but chickened out!

    Happy Wednesday Sandee! Smooches to Little Bit!

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    1. I love calamari. Hubby and I have it all the time. We also love escargot too. :)

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  11. I'm Mexican so it is more like what strange things haven't I eaten? I have eaten brain, tongue, stomach and more :)

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    1. Well then it's not strange to you, just to some of the rest of us. :)

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  12. I hate alligator tail once. Tastes kinda like chicken... so I just get chicken. hahahaha!

    Have yourself a perfect day, Sandee! big hugs xoxo

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    1. I would just eat the chicken too. :)

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  13. FROG LEGS Is that strange tasted good to me way back when

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    1. Frogs legs are good. Wild chicken. :)

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  14. I had Sweetbreads once (the thymus gland (from the throat) and the pancreas gland (from the heart or stomach) that are taken from calves or lambs) I must admit that it was surprisingly nice, though I doubt I would eat it now.

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    1. Doesn't sound all that appetizing, but if it's good then great. :)

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  15. I ate a chocolate covered bee on a dare. I've also been forced to eat alligator tail. Does liver count?

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    1. Anything counts of you found it's a strange thing to you. :)

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  16. Grasshoppers in Mexico. Crunchy and spicy with added chilies- they also use them to dye things red. Not something I need to try again.
    Also- I was in a resturant in Cairns, Australia and they had Kangaroo on the menu- I DID NOT eat any as I am rather fond of Kangaroos- rermember Kanga and Roo -friends of Pooh Bear?

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    1. I think I'll pass on both of these. :)

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  17. As a traveler who likes to have the local experience, I can be sure I have eaten many things which I have no idea what they were. On the list of weird and identified for me would be: camel burger (Morocco), kava (Fiji), blood sausage (Ireland), octopus (Spain), sliced eel (Norway) and durian (Malaysia). I think we are immune to strange.

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    1. I figured you'd have had many different kinds of food with all the traveling you do. How fun. :)

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  18. Mine was similar to Rhonda's Octopus in Spain but that was years ago.

    People think that us cockney Londoners are weird eating jellied eels but I love them with vinegar and white pepper :-)

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    1. I learned something new about you today Steve and I've known you a long time. :)

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  19. Hungarian goulash?..lol..miss u hun..HUGZZZZZZZZZZZZ!! xoxox:-)

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    1. Miss you too sweetie. Big hugs back. :)

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  20. I make it a habit to not eat anything weird or strange.

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    1. I do anymore too Binky. :)

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  21. Eels fried in batter. And Dragonfruit (Pitaya). Both were effing disgusting.

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    1. Well, I won't try either of these. :)

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  22. Hmm....I'm not all that adventurous when it comes to my food although I do like frog legs and I have had an alligator po' boy. As a part of a game, I have eaten part of a dog biscuit, if that counts.

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    1. A dog biscuit counts. I've had frogs legs and they are very tasty. I've not had alligator though. :)

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  23. Actually, I've had quite a few strange things over the years, but the one that stand out is Iquana----tried it once in Mexico and quite honestly it was tasty. Next would be O'possum---quite hard to swollow and stringy.

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    1. There is a lot of Iquana in Mexico, but I've never had any. I'll pass on the O'possum. Doesn't sound good at all. :)

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  24. I've had octopus (which I will never have again) and bear meat (which wasn't bad at all). My uncle was a great cook and he loved to cook all types of game.

    These days, I stick to the tried and true though.

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    1. Well I'll pass om the octopus then. I've not had bear either. :)

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