turns out she was a pig
i wouldn't mind trying caviar.
There must be some reason why it's so expensive, and each one of the team said that it was delicious.
I'd also like to try truffles.
i'd also like to try truffles
with lots of harissa.
maaaannnnnnn rumble rumble
or do you mean like a doner kebab?
but have bread too
Had it on toast. It was really good.
Sell them next door as it so happens so I shall soon remedy that
I was reading the menu for Nobu out of interest (some of it is ridic) and sea urchin was a surprisingly affordable option. Deep fried and probably about 3 little blobs for £15, but still.
I would like to try "proper" truffles, the ones that you shave over pasta, chefs seem to go nuts for them. I can't imagine how any mushroom, no matter how rare or intense a flavour, can be that delicious. I have also never tried a proper raw oyster out of the shell. The only times it has been an option I have been on holiday or had stuff to do and didn't really want to risk food poisoning.
as mentioned above - caviar, sea urchin, oysters
any caribbean food
80% of fish/sea food
cant remember eating lobster before
quite a few animals Ive heard of people eating.. goat, crocodile, kangaroo, pheasant, goose.. probably loads more.
not had quail eggs
deep fried butter, pizza.
most ofal, or 'strange' cuts of meat.. chicken feet, lambs tongue, cheek etc
pretty much all of it, jerk chicken and curry goat especially. It looks like it is the next big thing in terms of cuisine, it is becoming increasingly ubiquitous, so you may end up bored of it in no time.
the best one
I tried neither. Yet, both are really 'meaty' fish and promise to be excellent.
Still, the monkfish is no looker
but I would like to try some of the more "muscular" bits like tongue and heart. Not really sure if tongue counts. Also oxtail, pig cheek, that kinda stuff. I am not a fan of kidney after I had one which literally tasted like piss, I may try some good liver one day. It would need to be in a top restaurant though, where I may as well have something actually nice.
id have a hardtime convincing myself to order them
chicken hearts are quite nice in the brazillian grill places.
I hear gizzards are nice, I have no idea what they actually are though. Sweetbreads are the same - "mystery organ". I have been reading about Andouillette sausage. Apparently it smells a bit like poo, and its foul flavour is part of what its devotees prize about it. Sounds vile, but I am oddly curious about it.
And they are absolutely delicious, the best of all offal.
then they are the bollocks, surely?
Just bought some for dinner tonight. It's a fish THAT CAN GROWL.
tend to catch a few just off the coast around christmas. Did you like it?
Shame, she is in season right now
the cum of sum yung guy
How are you supposed to spell it?
Oh no wait! I had it last week ON EXPENSES
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