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I suppose "weird" would depend on what part of the world you live in since some places it's normal to eat dog.

I haven't tried anything too strange. I've had Lamb chops. And once I had a buffalo burger, which I thought was gross.

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Deep fried cicadas -- in Thailand.  Difficult to look at, but if you didn't look at them, they were crunchy, spicy (fried with peppers), and went very well with an icy-cold beer.

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Baked zucchini blossoms filled with cheese.  I tried it once, hated it and cant see myself ever trying it again.  The flavor of it actually wants bad but the texture and consistency was just too weird.

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Originally Posted by PaulMVR

I suppose "weird" would depend on what part of the world you live in since some places it's normal to eat dog.

I haven't tried anything too strange. I've had Lamb chops. And once I had a buffalo burger, which I thought was gross.



Lamb chops? We eat that at least once a week....

I must say eating fried white bait was rank, even though some classy restaurants sell it for shitloads. Can't think of anything else off the top of my head

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That is a goofy video!

I liked lamb when I had it, about once a year, and I've talked to some people that thought it was kinda strange.

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Ostrich for me and it was gggoooodddd! Like the tastiest, juiciest steak I've ever eaten. The flavour is a cross between beef and liver but enough on the beef side for it to be delicious (I hate liver!)

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Rattle snake is very good.  I have had it several times deep fried.

Alligator is also very good.  I know it's cliche but it really does taste look and feel similar to chicken.

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Not golf related, but in Taiwan one year I found a food stand outside Taipei that was selling fried chicken buttholes on a stick.  They just sliced around and skewered straight through.  I remember the Pizza Hut there served jellyfish pizza.  There was a bunch of other weird crap too, but I've forgotten because there was so much of it.

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Originally Posted by PaulMVR

I suppose "weird" would depend on what part of the world you live in since some places it's normal to eat dog.

I haven't tried anything too strange. I've had Lamb chops. And once I had a buffalo burger, which I thought was gross.



Buffalo burgers are the best!  I have mine with just swiss cheese and sauteed onions on it and nothing else.  What didn't you like about it?

I haven't eaten anything too exotic.  I have had ostrich, gator, squirrel, and squid.

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Lamb weird? Wow, don't move to Australia or NZ

Weirdest thing I've eaten is fox or possum. We used to shoot 20 possums a night back home, figured we'd try eat it.

I had fox jerky and possum pie, both of which were pretty good.

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Originally Posted by Kieran123

Lamb weird? Wow, don't move to Australia or NZ

Weirdest thing I've eaten is fox or possum. We used to shoot 20 possums a night back home, figured we'd try eat it.

I had fox jerky and possum pie, both of which were pretty good.



you better cook the heck out of that meat, u ever heard of rabies,lol

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Originally Posted by motteler621

you better cook the heck out of that meat, u ever heard of rabies,lol


Not in New Zealand :)

Wikipedia:

"The rabies virus survives in widespread, varied, rural fauna reservoirs. It is present in the animal populations of almost every country in the world, except in Australia and New Zealand."

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Yeah, we eat lots of lamb here too. Slow roasted leg of, with mint jelly, spells Sunday lunch to me.

I've traveled a lot for business and pleasure and eaten some weird stuff. Mopani worms probably take the cake for ick factor.

Raw:

mopani-worms-2.jpg

Cooked:

Worms.jpg

Mmmmmm!

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To me lamb is quite common, and I live in the US. I guess it just depends what kind of a cook you are and where you like to shop. FWIW I think it's best grilled with some rosemary.

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Originally Posted by Stretch

I've traveled a lot for business and pleasure and eaten some weird stuff. Mopani worms probably take the cake for ick factor.

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Mmmmmm!



thats some gross stuff, that cooked dish is filled with bug guts

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