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weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby ssbookyu123 » Mon May 25, 2009 3:28 am UTC

There are plenty of off beat foods in the world it doesn't mean that they are bad or that good. Love it or hate it post it and provide details please.

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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby SDIX » Mon May 25, 2009 4:06 pm UTC

define weird? like... chocolate covered french fries weird? or like I once ate the toe of a 60yo turtle weird?

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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby ssbookyu123 » Mon May 25, 2009 4:30 pm UTC

If it is ut of the ordanary post it.

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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby SDIX » Mon May 25, 2009 5:04 pm UTC

I don't consider anything that is on a menu at a restaurant to be out of the ordinary, so I won't list anything different I have tried there.
I know these are out of the ordinary though: chocolate covered french fries, chocolate covered chicken, chocolate on a bacon cheeseburger, cheese dipped in chocolate, are you seeing a pattern here? lol!
Peanut butter filled pretzels in ravioli. I'm sure I will remember more throughout the day. I like to put weird things together to see how they taste.

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue May 26, 2009 3:51 am UTC

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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby ssbookyu123 » Wed May 27, 2009 10:11 pm UTC

Wow that's embarassing. Sorry. :oops:

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Postby Kyberely » Wed Jun 03, 2009 1:33 pm UTC

For a dare I had to eat birthday cake dipped in salsa and covered in pepsi.
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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jun 03, 2009 9:00 pm UTC

ssbookyu123 wrote:Wow that's embarassing. Sorry. :oops:
Eh, nothing to be sorry about as none of those precisely cover just the generic "Weirdest Thing You've Eaten"... they're more of aspects of that idea.

So.. yeah, I'll just leave this alone and see where it goes.
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Things That Make you Cringe

Postby scrovak » Thu Jun 04, 2009 4:22 pm UTC

GO ahead, tell us all about that time you saw someone eat a caramel dipped onion.

Even if you're snooty enough to chastize putting A1 on a T-Bone.


Mine: I posted it in another forum but the response bothered me to...

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Scrovak wrote:when he did get his filet mignon, he put ketchup on it!)


And your point is?


I almost cried.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby Bakemaster » Thu Jun 04, 2009 4:40 pm UTC

So you interpreted this as a call to post as many minute variations on that topic as can be thought of?
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Re: weirdest foods you ever ate

Postby Clumpy » Fri Jun 05, 2009 12:54 am UTC

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Oh, good.

- Baby shrimp (literally about 1/2 cm long) mixed with eggs and fried in a skillet like a pancake,

- Strange technicolor mussels (you pull them out of their shell with a safety pin and eat them with rice and sauce, very delicious)

- A "sundae" made from shaved ice, sweet beans, caramel, jello, nata de coco and yam-flavored ice cream.

- Chicken intestines ("You can really taste the feces!"™))

- Pig ears (stringy, tough)

- Tiny crabs (there is almost no meat on those suckers. Too much work and gross factor with almost no reward.)

All of these took place in the Philippines. I did not eat a half-fertilized duck egg, however.

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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby scrovak » Fri Jun 05, 2009 11:48 am UTC

Umm. No. Actually didn't see that. And I intended this to be things someone else ate. And Ketchup on steak (especially filet mignon) isn't exactly wrong, btu would make most people who've ever prepared a good steak cringe. Its like it degrades the quality of the meat.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby tweetics » Fri Jun 05, 2009 4:47 pm UTC

My ex wife was fanatical about putting Ketchup on Mahi Mahi or any other fish. It could be the most expensive wild Chinook Salmon she had ever eaten, and she would put Heinz right on it. Drove me nuts.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby Bakemaster » Fri Jun 05, 2009 5:05 pm UTC

OH MY BAD BRO OBVIOUSLY IF SOMEONE ELSE ATE IT YOU CAN NOT POST IT IN ONE OF THOSE OTHER THREADS

I MEAN COME ON RIGHT

SHIT JUST WOULD NOT WORK AT ALL
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby SecondTalon » Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:17 pm UTC

Hey, Bakey.. knock it off.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby SecondTalon » Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:19 pm UTC

scrovak wrote:...Ketchup on steak (especially filet mignon) isn't exactly wrong, btu would make most people who've ever prepared a good steak cringe. Its like it degrades the quality of the meat.
tweetics wrote:My ex wife was fanatical about putting Ketchup on Mahi Mahi or any other fish. It could be the most expensive wild Chinook Salmon she had ever eaten, and she would put Heinz right on it. Drove me nuts.
Hey, I can't stand you sick bastards and your insatiable love of slathering everything on the planet in mayonnaise, but will I call someone on it?

Anyway, strangest thing I ever saw was a guy who got a (boneless) steak and a waffle, and proceeded to roll the two together like some unholy meat roll or something. Syrup and Butter + Steak Sauce... I mean.. what the hell?
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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby carbohydrated » Wed Jun 17, 2009 6:46 pm UTC

Congealed snake blood. o-o

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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby Chfan » Wed Jun 17, 2009 7:12 pm UTC

That...uh...wins the thread, carbo.
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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby aldld » Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:46 am UTC

A peanut butter sandwich soaked in Gatorade

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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby Killa B » Fri Jun 26, 2009 3:21 pm UTC

Yesterday, my brother cooked some instant ramen noodles and drained the water out. He put them into a big liquid-measuring cup, and mixed in some turkey and provolone. Probably not the weirdest thing I've ever seen, but it was pretty damn weird.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby scrovak » Mon Jun 29, 2009 3:57 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Anyway, strangest thing I ever saw was a guy who got a (boneless) steak and a waffle, and proceeded to roll the two together like some unholy meat roll or something. Syrup and Butter + Steak Sauce... I mean.. what the hell?


Eww really? Sounds like something you'd find at the Waffle House value menu :-/

And umm, congealed snake blood? That pretty much DOES win the thread. Yick.

Although I would have to say human placenta. I'm not saying it's right or wrong, but I will say that in my opinion, fucking EWWW man! Crazy vegans and their placenta-eating ways :-p
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:41 pm UTC

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SexyTalon wrote:Anyway, strangest thing I ever saw was a guy who got a (boneless) steak and a waffle, and proceeded to roll the two together like some unholy meat roll or something. Syrup and Butter + Steak Sauce... I mean.. what the hell?


Eww really? Sounds like something you'd find at the Waffle House value menu :-/
.. yeah, it was at a Waffle House. He just added the rolled up bit. Because he was hungry.
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Postby scrovak » Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:38 pm UTC

Hmmm. I've obviously been to Waffle House too much, if that's possible. I find there or iHop (preferably Ihop) make great morning after drinking food as follows: scrambled cheesey eggs with hot sauce, t-bone steak, a waffle, if at waffle house then a triple serving of hasbrowns with jalapenos tomatoes and cheese, and if at Ihop a double serving of straight hash browns.

And I don't know if this would qualify as weird, and I haven't eaten it yet, but does anyone know a recipe for funnelcake dough? I was at a baseball game and spilled Yeungling on my funnel cake. My friend and I ate it anyway, realized how good it was, and came up with the idea for a beer-batter funnel cake...
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Postby JBJ » Wed Jul 01, 2009 5:51 pm UTC

scrovak wrote:And I don't know if this would qualify as weird, and I haven't eaten it yet, but does anyone know a recipe for funnelcake dough? I was at a baseball game and spilled Yeungling on my funnel cake. My friend and I ate it anyway, realized how good it was, and came up with the idea for a beer-batter funnel cake...
It's just deep fried pancake batter.
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Postby graphite » Thu Jul 16, 2009 12:36 am UTC

Condiment sandwich. There wasn't anything else in the fridge so I just put on stuff like catsup, mustard, salad dressing, crumbled cheese, relish, mayonnaise, stuff like that. I only took a couple bites. If everything wrong with the world had a certain taste, it would taste like that sandwich.

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Postby Spacemilk » Fri Jul 17, 2009 4:06 pm UTC

Domesticated rats in the African bush.

Mmmmm, tasty!

Oh, also, at the time I thought this was weird, but: Chicken hearts. They're a Brazilian delicacy (probably a delicacy in other places too) but they're actually quite delicious.
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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby eekmeep » Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:42 am UTC

Duck's blood (fine (although gummy) at room temperature; icky and iron-y when served hot)

Chicken feet (way too fatty)

Geoduck (um, odd. not too much flavor, odd consistency, and looking at a picture of the actual animal while eating it is definitely off-putting)

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Postby shockwave_9345 » Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:39 am UTC

Powdered goat horn tea, and boiled sea cucumber soup

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Postby PictureSarah » Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:41 am UTC

I just looked up geoduck, and spent several minutes giggling. Hee.
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Postby caligeekchic » Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:58 am UTC

I don't know how weird you will consider it but my husband is a big fan of tomato, onion, pickle, mayo, and lemon pepper sandwiches. I think it is truly gross an will not kiss him for quite a while after he eats it. The weirdest thing I eat (grosses some out I say meh) is Japanese udon soup with jellyfish. Or fish eye soup which is wonderful brain food from what I hear. Both are quite tasty I assure you.

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Postby Bamm » Tue Jul 20, 2010 4:52 am UTC

Deep fried calf brains!

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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:45 am UTC

scrovak wrote:Even if you're snooty enough to chastize putting A1 on a T-Bone.


Mine: I posted it in another forum but the response bothered me to...

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Scrovak wrote:when he did get his filet mignon, he put ketchup on it!)


And your point is?


I almost cried.


That made me cry just reading it. :cry: Poor Filet Mignon.

Ketchup belongs on hamburgers and cheap cuts of meat. If it's less than $1 a pound, ketchup will do. T-bones, ribeyes, sirloins, filets, etc. deserve nothing less than A-1.

Although, as I've said in previous posts, a true steak connoisseur knows that, if seasoned right, a steak requires no condiments whatsoever. There's a Cajun restaurant near where I used to work that sells ribeye steaks, and to prove a point, they don't even carry A-1 sauce. They have ketchup for the fries, but their steak needs nothing more than a fork, a knife, and someone with a huge appetite.

Weirdest thing I've seen is my mom putting taco sauce on hot dogs, and one time my dad putting mayonnaise on hot dogs.
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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby Bakemaster » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:02 am UTC

There's nothing inherently better about A-1. You're still putting a decidedly not-steak-flavored sauce on your steak. A-1 just has the weight of tradition behind it.
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Postby meatyochre » Wed Jul 21, 2010 2:09 am UTC

Blue crabs. It was strange to eat something I saw moving less than an hour previously. It was also strange to eat their butt caviar stuff, which is yellow and tastes not unlike earwax smells (so basically, not very good).
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Balut.

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Postby The EGE » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:02 am UTC

We went to a Chinese Buffet (in Ohio...) the other day.

I think the baby octopus won. Tiny and purple and chewy and...cold. Not spectacularly tasty.

The frog legs were delicious, though. They legitimately taste like chicken.
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Re: Things That Make you Cringe

Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:08 am UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:Ketchup belongs on hamburgers and cheap cuts of meat. If it's less than $1 a pound, ketchup will do. T-bones, ribeyes, sirloins, filets, etc. deserve nothing less than A-1.

To further expound on what Bakemaster said - if you're putting anything on a steak, it's because the steak was... either seasoned and cooked poorly, or you simply just don't like the taste of cow.

Because man is A-1 a terrible choice. Wosrcestershire would be a marginally better choice, but really.. just eat the damned thing as is. The farmer should have done a good enough job raising the thing that it'll taste fine.
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Re: weirdest foods you (or someone you saw) ever ate

Postby Bakemaster » Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:46 am UTC

The EGE wrote:I think the baby octopus won. Tiny and purple and chewy and...cold. Not spectacularly tasty.

Oh, yeah. I've had that. At a pretty nice restaurant, actually, not a chinese buffet. Still couldn't handle it at all.
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