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    Bazaar Foods

    Have you guy's ever watch bazaar foods on the Travel Channel ? This guy has to be nuts to eat what he does. From Iguana to cow's feet to conk from the sea. He has to have an iron stomach for that kinda stuff But if I was paid for what he does I guess I'd eat it too Nah... I'll pass
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    I once went to McDonalds and had a McRib-- that was pretty bazaar !!!!!!!

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    I've eaten some pretty weird stuff. Livers, hearts, toungue even testicles (ask Spotts.)
    Alligator, raccoon and all kinds of wild game.

    But the thought of eating a bug is a little beyond me. I think I'd be okay with snake meat however.

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    I hope they weren't Spotts tongue and testicles that you tasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixerup View Post
    I hope they weren't Spotts tongue and testicles that you tasted.
    Nah it wasn't Spotts tongue. But they were his testicles! He did a pretty good job of cooking them, too.

    What a guy. He shared them with everyone. He had a lot of them!!!!

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    ROLFLMAO That is funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papa_jo View Post
    I once went to McDonalds and had a McRib-- that was pretty bazaar !!!!!!!

    That is disgusting. I Think they sweep the floor at the meat plant at the end of the shift and put it in a rib mold. then you have a McRib.

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    Wow, conch is great!

    I've watched the channel and would probably try most of the stuff. Last month I was in Istanbul. I didn't ask. I just tried stuff. All of it was great!

    If in another country, be adventureous.

    Most of the time I've ventured out of my comfort zone I'm glad I did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by papa_jo View Post
    I once went to McDonalds and had a McRib-- that was pretty bazaar !!!!!!!
    LMAO
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    My wife said that Spotts' balls were the best she ever had............

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    That makes me so proud! Rattlesnake it fine eatin Jerry. Same as balls, dead and cooked for me.....
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    McLobster is also available on the east coast of Canada. (seasonal though). Who would have thought that McD's would ever server fine dining?

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