On 17 Dec 2006 07:52:25 -0800, "AndyS" juno.com> wrote:
> I was over on a whacko newsgroup where the discussion was
>focussing on eating dog food. I don't know why. But the general
>thrust was that dog food was OK because it contained the same
>stuff that sausage, and other stuff, contains, and is cooked and
>packaged in a sanitary manner...
There was one dog food company whose employees did do taste tests. I
can't remember which one it was, though. Alpo, maybe?
> So, I ask myself, what stuff do I like to eat that many people
>would find disgusting ??? And vice-versa...
> I like the following :
> 1) Sausage
> 2) Chicken parts ( except for rooster penises... I don't like
> 3) Bacon fat
> 4) Turnips
> 5) Dog biscuits ( The walmart kind that have the brown glaze)
> 6) Cheap Vodka
> 7) Liver, liver pudding, liverwurst
> 8) Jack Mackeral sandwiches
I like sausage if it's cooked until it's more like cremated.
I love bacon, and bacon fat is good in pinto beans.
I like liverwurst occasionally, but I try not think about what it's
made of. I can't bear the smell of liver cooking. Yuck!
I like hot dogs, but I hate the ones with tough casings.
I'm not really very adventurous when it comes to food. My husband
thinks I'm insane because I eat Taco Bell tacos, but I love the damned
things. This is the same man who will eat calamari and just about
anything bizarre on a menu. But other than the aforementioned, I
really don't eat anything disgusting.
> I don't like:
> 1) Black pudding ( it tastes OK but I don't like to think about it
Don't know what that is.
> 2) Anything made of meat that used to see, taste, chew, talk,
> hear, poop out of, pee out of, or digest food with.......
> ( Yeah, I know all about sausage, but I don't think about it )
> 3) Tuna casserole
> 4) Any food that is the wrong color ( green beer, green eggs, blue
> 5) Head cheese , scrapple, chitlins, etc....(never tried them, but
>don't want to0
> 6) Sushi ( unless it is rolled in corn meal and fried )
I like tuna casserole, but I agree with you on the other stuff.
When I was in college, the dining hall was a family style affair with
long tables and the food came in bowls and platters. When the doors
to the kitchen opened and the waiters poured out with this one
particular lunchtime entree, people would start barking as soon as
they saw what we were having. I never knew what it was, but suspect
it may have been scrapple. I confess I ate it and rather enjoyed it.
I really don't want to find out at this late date that it was
>So , I'm thinking that lots of people have stuff they like that would
>my stomach, and stuff they hate that I would relish , and , MOREOVER,
>would like to share their stories.....
> Anybody brave enough to talk about disgusting stuff they like to
> Andy in Eureka, Texas
>( If your local restaurant serves "Pollo muerto del camino... with
> might live in Eureka, Texas )