Thread: Weirdest Things You've Eaten

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    I've seen some people eat some weird things before, and I was just curious about some of the weirdest stuff other people have eaten. And it doesn't have to be strange exotic dishes you've had from a restaurant, it can also be weird stuff you made for whatever reason.

    In high school and college I was quite a stoner, and I would make some weird junk food. I would make popcorn sandwiches, basically piling a bunch of popcorn on a piece of bread and slapping another piece of bread on top. I also made what I called "Ghetto Nachos" in which I would place a bunch of Ruffles on a plate, squirt mustard all over them, and maybe sprinkle some pepper over it. One of my friends used to take a hot dog frank, heat it up, and roll it up in a flour tortilla with a piece of American cheese.

    Now this isn't really strange where I come from, but when I was in school up north people used to get disgusted when I would say I liked fried gator tail. Down south it's pretty common and in every Cajun restaurant, but they thought it was disgusting. I'ts really good. They also make a lot of frog legs, but I've never had the guts to try them.
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    Fried squid is the strangest thing I have eaten. I used to like honey on corn bread.
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    Gator tail is good, but I've had frog legs, and they're not so good. They taste a little like chicken in the lower end, but very fishy in the thigh area. I've also had rattlesnake, which is very good.
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    I guess horse is the weirdest thing I've eaten.
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    Durian probably...I'm pretty chicken when it comes to trying new and strange cuisine.
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    toothpaste on my x-mas cookies
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    ketchup on scrambled eggs. i think it's gross


    Quote by fistoflegend
    I used to like honey on corn bread.


    If it ain't sweet, it ain't corn bread.
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    frostydude, I think you win the prize bud. Although, Gitoku has had horse, I've never heard of eating horse, except for dog food. I mean it's probably not bad, but I would imagine the meat is pretty tough considering the amount of muscle tissue they have. I couldn't eat it because I like horses.
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    Quote by billcozby

    ketchup on scrambled eggs. i think it's gross


    Quote by fistoflegend
    I used to like honey on corn bread.


    If it ain't sweet, it ain't corn bread.


    I love ketchup on scrambled eggs. Delicious!
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    I used to love to eat tater tot sandwhiches. Toast the bread, spread mayo and sprinkle with salt and pepper top with tater tots and another peice of toast.Yum.

    Hobo soup is good too(cream of tomato soup with diced hotdogs and potatoes in it.)I still make this.

    Macaroni and milk, some people have never had this but you cook the macaroni and add it to warm milk that has melted butter and salt and pepper. Yummy.
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    I ate rabbit one time. It tasted weird at first.
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    Quote by NoCode0680
    frostydude, I think you win the prize bud. Although, Gitoku has had horse, I've never heard of eating horse, except for dog food. I mean it's probably not bad, but I would imagine the meat is pretty tough considering the amount of muscle tissue they have. I couldn't eat it because I like horses.


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    I was just thinking of another weird thing, that is actually surprisingly good. I had a friend whose brother had spent a little spell in State Jail (kind of like prison but not as bad) and they used to make this, and apparently they do it in prison too. Anyway they call it a "Spread" it looks like a mess, but it tastes pretty good.

    Basically the base is a package of Ramen Noodles and either a can of chili, or a can of beef stew, and mix together with the seasoning packet from the Ramen. After that it's basically whatever a prisoner can scrounge, but we aren't prisoners. Usually you put some cheese, some mustard, jalepeno if you like that, maybe some Tobasco sauce, whatever you feel like. And at the end you crush up some Doritos and mix it in, this gives the whole mix some texture. I know it sounds like a gross mess, but like I said, it's actually good, and very cheap.

    There are several other variations on this, but this was the only one I was taught by my friend. It can either be eaten straight, or placed on bread, a tortilla, or whatever you feel like.
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    I cant think of anything that ive tried, but my uncle used to put ketchup on his cereal.
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    I thought ketchup on eggs was weird, but on cereal, that's odd. What kind of cereal, and did he add milk also?
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    I put mustard in my sauce when I make macaroni and cheese, I use either pre-bottled/ jarred mustard or mustard powder. It adds a little kick.

    The oddest thing I've ever eaten was Sczechaun Pork Neck and I thought it was really good. I've eaten Venison (deer meat) a few times as well.
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    Quote by NoCode0680
    I thought ketchup on eggs was weird, but on cereal, that's odd. What kind of cereal, and did he add milk also?


    Not sure what kind of cereal, and yeah, with milk. I was young....I remember him doing it once. Maybe it was a dare? Either way I remember he did it, and it was gross.
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    I've had bacon on pizza before. I wasn't huge on it, but my brother liked it.

    Potato chips and vanilla ice cream are a very tasty combination, though. Just the right mix of salty and sweet.
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    Quote by Funky_Guy
    I put mustard in my sauce when I make macaroni and cheese, I use either pre-bottled/ jarred mustard or mustard powder. It adds a little kick.

    The oddest thing I've ever eaten was Sczechaun Pork Neck and I thought it was really good. I've eaten Venison (deer meat) a few times as well.

    Is venison considered strange food?
    Most of my freezer is full of it right now.
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    Quote by Video_Jukebox
    I've had bacon on pizza before. I wasn't huge on it, but my brother liked it.

    Potato chips and vanilla ice cream are a very tasty combination, though. Just the right mix of salty and sweet.


    Bacon on pizza isn't weird. Most pizza places have it as a topping. If you order a Meat Lovers pizza from Pizza Hut or Papa Johns it will have crumbled up bacon on it.

    The Potato chips and ice cream does sound odd to me, but a lot of people like that salty/sweet combination. For instance at Wendy's a lot of people dip their french fries in frosty's. And I've seen chocolate covered potato chips, pretzels, and lots of other things.
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