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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-26-2004, 05:43 PM
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off the top of my head...

-Alligator tail (a bit like spicy sausage.)
-Czarnina aka Duck Blood Soup
-Ostrich jerky

I'll try anything...
wow! Alligator tail!

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post #12 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-26-2004, 05:46 PM
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It's exotic for someone in the midwest, but I bet someone in Louisianna wouldn't be impressed at all with the alligator tail.
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Btw, I would like to try shark.....Where can I eat it?
We caught ours. Nice 'n fresh! Other than catching some, I don't know where to get it. I've also had buffalo jerky, & elk, too. One of my favorite things to do to grilled cheese is put loads of ketchup on it. Yummmmm, you guys are making me HUNGRY!!
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Rattlesnake really tastes like nothing. There wasn't enough meat to get a real flavor.

Several years ago, my husband & I went with my brother to Wild Game Night at a French restaurant here in St. Louis. Had a lot of different things like elk, etc. However, my husband opted to pay the extra $7 and have the bug course. He said they didn't have much taste. It was made into a pate. I didn't want to go there.

I think sushi, calamari, etc. are main staples and not weird at all.
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I wish sushi wasn't an exotic food for me, but living in Manhattan, KS makes it exotic! There isn't anywhere here to get it - have to go to at least Kansas City....
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my friend in lousisana keeps telling me he's going to take me out for crawfish, alligator and the like when i visit. i don't think he understands just how stubborn i can be no way am i eating that stuff! i can't help but think about that movie "the waterboy".

i had snails once (escargot? i think?) and they were godawful. i mean, there was nothing good or right about it at all. ew!
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Sad to say, I think the most exotic food I have eaten is sushi. (keep in mind I live in Minnesota) I absolutely loved it, I just wish I could eat it more often.
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I most exotic thing I have eaten is sushi... But I think I need to try it in a place different then where I did, cause it wasn't so great there...

For weird, I don't think this is weird but a lot of people do... when I go to McDonalds I like to dip my fries in a mayo/ketchup combo... yummy... I like peanut butter and banana sandwiches
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Probably escargot. I liked it and would eat it again! I also had elk meat in a stew when I lived out west for a little while.
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Peanut butter and banana on toast is excellent! So is a pickle wrapped in cheese. When I was a child (not since then!) I had venison, rabbit, oxtail soup, and tongue (lunchmeat). But the most exotic was tripe, which is the lining of a cow's stomach. It was so good-until I found out what it was. I'm not sure if I'd eat it now, but I know it's good in a cream sauce with leeks. My mother made it quite often.




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