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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by BigDaddyLH, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. getbent

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    abalone is a common staple of mine as a kid... it was plentiful in Ca in my childhood... I have it not very often anymore... but love it... a guy at work dives for it and brings it to me... he is a very nice person!
     
  2. flathd

    flathd Poster Extraordinaire

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    Frog legs
     
  3. telleutelleme

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    at MacDonald's.

    Never eaten Sea Slugs.
     
  4. Beachbum

    Beachbum Friend of Leo's

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    My Father in Law was from Belgium and was in the French resistance during WWII. Because of the extreme food shortage caused by the Nazis he said that he had eaten dog quite often and much preferred German Shepherd.
     
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  5. Bendyha

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    A Reuben sandwich.

    Although I am pretrty sure I would like it...if I made the effort of making one myself.
    Maybe, one day...
    ..the same goes for Okonomiyaki.
     
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  6. charlie chitlin

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    Oddly enough...chitlins.
     
  7. BigDaddyLH

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    There was this late night joint where you could get a Reuben with deep-fried onion rings. It probably shortened by life by a year and I regret ... nothing!
     
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  8. String Tree

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    Anything bigger than my head.
     
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    Sea Urchin Sushi...….but I'd like to.

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    Careful!
    It’s sweet.
    Sweet, fishy, uh, not in this lifetime.
    Your results my vary.
    Good luck!
     
  11. PaDaWa

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    You've never had oats?
     
  12. P Thought

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    That's sad. Abalone is delicious. My dad used to go for them, and bring back a sackful at a time. I think they've been pretty badly depleted on the Pacific Coast, and I'm sure limits are lower now.
     
  13. BigDaddyLH

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    :rolleyes:
     
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    Ya I know. Not everything is a reason to bring back the '60s.
     
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    Pickled Pigs Feet
    Duck Blood Soup
    Nutella

    ...and not because I've found comparable alternatives.
     
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    Live crickets. Dead ones...ya, once, on a bet. crunchy.
     
  17. johnny k

    johnny k Friend of Leo's

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    I don t think so. Here we feed oats to horses and donkeys but i don t think i ve ever had any.
    I might be wrong of course, i qualify in the donkey category.
     
  18. Geoff738

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    Has horse been mentioned?

    Fairly common in France and Italy.

    Is quite similar to beef.

    Cheers,
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    I read all seven pages and feel really left out. I can't think of anything I would not at least try, as long as it was not toxic. I mean, I have eaten grasshoppers, smoked and raw. Ants, worms, snakes, and if you've eaten hot dogs, or sausage, then you have already eaten a ton on disgusting animal parts.
     
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    dan1952 Friend of Leo's

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    Not many Asians here, at least not when I was younger. Lots of blacks, lots of Southern whites, some generic Chinese restaurants.
     
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