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Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health, Fitness & Food' started by Aevolve, Jun 5, 2012.
Durian. Especially the durian shakes. mmm MM!
My grandma actually likes black licorice. So you're not the only one. Unless....grandma?
Durian smells like shit but tastes OK.
I've tasted durian. wasn't a fan, but I also didn't hate it.
BUT THE SMELL!! UGHHHHHH
When I visited Thailand we came across a lot of it... My friend stole a no durians sign out of a hotel reception. pretty good moment ;P
I like black licorice too, but not the soft stuff.. I really hate the soft stuff, it's meant to be as hard as leather!
Yeah, it smells like armpit/sweat.
For as f-ing popular as deer-hunting is around here, hardly anyone seems to like deer burger.
I have three different hunters who give me their ground every year after processing.
I don't even tell them about each other in fear they'll give theirs to some one else lol.
My freezer is always crammed full in the winter and spring.
^Who doesn't love a Bambi burger???? My dad hunts as well and when you tell folk their eating bambi at the bbq...... you can imagine the expression!
No one that i know likes kalamata olives or marinated artichoke hearts, two of my favorite snacks
I love lamb, too. The gamier the better!
You guys into menudo? Some people can't hang with the tripe (and I'm not a fan when it's really fatty) but I'm into it.
I'm also a huge sauerkraut fan. In fact, it occurs to me that I really like pungent foods.
These guys? Na not really .
or these guys?
Sorry, just had to !!!!!!!!
Haggis! I think people would like it if they tried it, but they get squeamish thinking about what goes into it. Come to think about it, I'm not really sure what's in it myself, but I don't really care, it's delicious.
Same thing with hearts as well actually. I've only tried lamb and chicken hearts so far, both taste incredible if you can prepare them well.
I looooove sauerkraut.
Bean and bacon soup with a couple slices of cheese and bread in it.
^Now that I have to try..
Hash browns with yellow mustard.
I have no idea why I like this, but I've been putting mustard on my hash browns for as long as I can remember. Never liked the usual stuff: ketchup or tobasco *shrug*
Not me but i felt this was worth mentioning.
Old roommate used to make 2 servings of chicken flavored ramen noodles, chop up a can of spam, a few slices of liver mush, and stir it all up with a family sized glob of mayonnaise.
Holy smokes! I would be on the can after eating that.
Hot dogs W/ Peanut butter.