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    brotherdoobie's Avatar Long live Hissyfit BT Rep: +1
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    For me Opossum meat. My boss invited my wife and I over for dinner tonight,and served the hideous creature roasted....greasy and stringy...

    Sufficient to say...it didn't taste like chicken.
    That is all.


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    upside down cake

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    octopus....was quite nice - the very ends of the tenticles were the best bits - some of the fatter bits were rubbery
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    Cabbage.

    What kind of torture is that.


    In fact, anything that's green except for peas. Oh, excepting apples and green sweets too.
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    Whelks are quite hard work for small return and I still think pickled herring is an acquired taste.
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    In Hong Kong, I could not figure out for the life of me, how to figure out what the items were on restaurant menus. Sometimes I would just select something at random because I had no way to figure out what was what. I ordered something one day that was some sort of seafood. It was slimy but wasn't fish. I wrote the name of the dish down on a napkin and asked around later to find out what I had eaten. The closest English translation I could get was the word "creature". I still to this day have not the slightest clue, what it was.
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    the flesh of my enemies, tastes bitter

    also ox tongue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    In Hong Kong, I could not figure out for the life of me, how to figure out what the items were on restaurant menus. Sometimes I would just select something at random because I had no way to figure out what was what. I ordered something one day that was some sort of seafood. It was slimy but wasn't fish. I wrote the name of the dish down on a napkin and asked around later to find out what I had eaten. The closest English translation I could get was the word "creature". I still to this day have not the slightest clue, what it was.
    It was probably The Cream of Soomyung-gai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    In Hong Kong, I could not figure out for the life of me, how to figure out what the items were on restaurant menus. Sometimes I would just select something at random because I had no way to figure out what was what. I ordered something one day that was some sort of seafood. It was slimy but wasn't fish. I wrote the name of the dish down on a napkin and asked around later to find out what I had eaten. The closest English translation I could get was the word "creature". I still to this day have not the slightest clue, what it was.
    It was probably The Cream of Soomyung-gai.

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