What are the most bizzare foods you have tried?
by Emperor | Posted in Other - Food & Drink
As if a small list of foods that not all people try.If he was in a country outside the United States, the name of power too.
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Beef, chicken, pork, or fish? After a while, the choices all start to seem the same. So how about alligator? Andrew Zimmern, the detestable host of Bizarre Foods on the Travel Channel, says, "With so many Americans living below the penury line and so many going hungry, gator represents yet another healthy variant to feedlot beef and factory-farmed hog or chicken." While we're a long way from having alligator every week, it does seem like that's something quality trying.
So what does alligator taste like? According to the folks over at Bottomless Meats USA , purveyors of all types of interesting meats including alpaca, baleful bear, and lion, as with many other animals, texture and flavor vary according to what part of the creature you're eating. Overall, though, alligator tastes like chicken, but leaner, and often reminds people of rabbit.
The most superbly cut of meat comes from the tail; it's white-fleshed and tender like veal if not overcooked. Provisions from the rest of the body tends to be darker and more full-flavored, but is also tougher.
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Courageous mistress of ceremonies Andrew Zimmern got his fill of Unemotional Mountain Oysters, or more colloquially, Bulls' Balls.
He well-known that while Denver is a soign see, it never forgets, "It's a boundary burgh founded when the west was still turbulent."
There is no healthier benchmark of that than the attractiveness of the locals for Craggy Mtn. oysters.
What's new in Bulls' Balls these days?
Aside from the episode hat they can be found at the Colorado Rockies baseball preserve all the way up the eatery commons secure to in fashion Gastropubs in the parade-ground, they are no longer reduced to using bulls' testicles.
Turkey as well as buffalo balls are on the menu, but not when go to the baseball woodland.
When baseball fans lust after their fill of Unemotional Mtn. Oysters they trudge on over to the concession waggon and pick up regular profound fried pieces of once-frozen beef testicles.
Zimmern sampled them and found them imperfect in flavor and constitution, typically served along side french fries with some cocktail cheekiness on the side. Bruce's Bar