Travels from Asia, and random stuff too
Michelle sent meI have had squid but not the head..I have had cow tongue, snails, oysters, crabs, shrimps, clams, lobsters, crayfish, alligator tail, bear meat, deer, duck, goose, pheasant, quail, hmmm I think that is it...oh Octopus I had it
whoah, baby! that is a bit much, hard to swallow, and not the least appetizing. You did well to not throw up on your hosts. here from michele
Ugh...I'm sorry, but. EW.Hello, Michele sent me!
Hi there bubblehead :-)Michele sent me your way this time...Speaking as a vegetarian......ewwww!!cq
Ewwwww. Not sure I could get past the picture in my head of the whole 'animal'....You are brave!Thanks for the visit from the wonderful Michele.
I think I'll pass too. Ewwwww...The most exotic thing I've ever eaten was fried calamari. And only once have I tried it. I'll stick with chicken. ;)Michele sent me today... have a great weekend!
You are very brave to have eaten that thing. It looks truly scary. Like an alien maybe. Thanks for dropping by at my place, always nice getting comments!
When I went to China, I had to negotiate with the chef before every meal to ensure I got a vegetarian plate. I was afraid I'd end up eating something like this, which I simply can't do.I admire your courage in doing so. My stomach, alas, is way too squeamish to even contemplate the possibility.Howdy from Michele's.
I can't say I would venture a taste. There was a link on Radioactive Jam (sorry I still haven't mastered linking-he is on my blog roll) on his post comments from yesterday since he wrote about squid. Anyway, I wasn't going to comment, but I had to tell you how much I love the title of your blog. So do my kids, especially the 5 year old son.
Oops, the son is 15, but when it comes to poo, he does act like a 5 year old.
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