I've tried almost every food and drink there is

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08 Oct 2008, 11:10 am

Red or green pepper jelly spread on Ritz crackers with cottage cheese like Philadelphia. *drool*


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08 Oct 2008, 11:33 am

Try putting monterrey jack cheese in your hot chocolate..... :P yum!! !

(i more-or-less lived with an Ecuadorian for a few years)

Another thing that is awesome is their fruit stew, served especially around the hollidays, arrepas (an amazing fried corn cake served for breakfast), and these things that are like corn tamales, wrapped in special leaves grown in the backyard and they are flavored with anise and raisins...yum......thinking about arrepas makes me drool.

oh...and lima bean chips.... :)



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08 Oct 2008, 11:43 am

Perambulator wrote:
I haven't tried all those weird and wonderful creatures because I'm a vegetarian at the moment.


Yeah, I'd be similarly interested in trying every sane-sounding vegan foodstuff. Inspirational story, if a pretty daft quip at the end. ;)



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08 Oct 2008, 11:43 am

Wasabi nuts.


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08 Oct 2008, 11:49 am

LadyMacbeth wrote:
Red or green pepper jelly spread on Ritz crackers with cottage cheese like Philadelphia. *drool*

I used to to that, when I could eat those things.



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08 Oct 2008, 2:20 pm

Have you ever drank Absinthe? (I highly recommend it)

Once, traveling through Arizona USA I tried drinking Mezcal. It's the stuff that's made out of the tequila plane with the worm in the bottle. Except the I drank had a scorpion. I also ate Javelina that was cooked over a open flame. They're wild pigs, and it was gamey, but not too bad.

How about snails?


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08 Oct 2008, 6:33 pm

LadyMacbeth wrote:
Wasabi nuts.


Now you're just trying to make me drool. :)


Prof_Pretorius wrote:
Have you ever drank Absinthe? (I highly recommend it)


I had it at a speak-easy in Hollywood a few years ago. I did enjoy it. Although I think the atmosphere of the place may have had something to do with it. It was an art gallery that had a staircase that lifted up to reveal a secret basement. As far as I know, it's planned to be torn down and the Los Angeles Police Department is turning the entire block into their motor-pool.


Prof_Pretorius wrote:
How about snails?


When they're soaked in a ton of garlic butter, they're really freakin good.



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08 Oct 2008, 6:58 pm

Barrying excrement, I can safely say I've eaten everything everyone on here has mentioned. Though I suppose civet coffee kinda counts as excrement, as it's made from digested excreted coffee beans the civet cat has feasted on.

Crickets, locusts, 8 types of worm, various types of larvae, snails, kangaroo, rat, mouse, pelican, hedgehog, snake, ostrich, crocodile, spider, lizard, scorpion, bird feet, various small mammals, any kind of edible plant... My list is much longer. I have a weird tendency to literally 'try everything once'. Everything is a delicacy somewhere.


And mmm, dansk ost (no 'e' on the end). I love danish food though, especially the cheeses. Even the dreaded rødgrød med fløde (just don't make me pronounce it).


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