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So, We have a limited edition (EBC Brakes RP-X) silver magnetic dish tray for keeping your bolts, washers or tools in one place at those crucial moments.

One randomly selected forum member can own this just by commenting below with the strangest food they have ever eaten, maybe snails, frogs legs, alligator..... As always, if a picture is available why not post it alongside your comment!

There is a tedious link to this thread as food is often served on silver trays :ROFLMAO:

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No picture, but here in Florida fried gator is a regular menu item. Also, I've had people tell me that boiled peanuts are strange but they're soo good lol.
 

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No picture, but here in Florida fried gator is a regular menu item. Also, I've had people tell me that boiled peanuts are strange but they're soo good lol.
WOO! I think I'd rather chance the boiled peanuts even though they don't sound overly appealing...
 

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I don't know about "strange"...

But I make a wicked "BLT".

That's:

  • Bacon
  • Little bit more bacon
  • Topped with bacon
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Also, at a local pizza shop, I have the

"Umami Tsunami"

Pizza tomato sauce, fresh basil, fresh garlic, black olives, red onion, anchovies, pepperoni, bacon, cheddar/mozzarella cheese mix, red Leicester cheese and blue cheese
 

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When I was younger I had a plate of mountain oysters. I then learned what they are made of and vowed never to do that again. I’m pretty sure it’s an unspoken right of passage in this part of the country to trick someone into eating them!
 

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When I was younger I had a plate of mountain oysters. I then learned what they are made of and vowed never to do that again. I’m pretty sure it’s an unspoken right of passage in this part of the country to trick someone into eating them!
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Worst thing ever was a black and orange slug about 15cm long and 5 cm thick,tasted like a mushroom,just slimey and covered in grit,took another 2 days to get the slime off my fingers,was drunk and daft at the time.
 

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Worst thing ever was a black and orange slug about 15cm long and 5 cm thick,tasted like a mushroom,just slimey and covered in grit,took another 2 days to get the slime off my fingers,was drunk and daft at the time.
Was that served as a food or just something you found whilst drunk on your hand and knees? 🤣
 

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A bit late to the party here, but in Taiwan we were served a dish which tasted like really nice bacon - it turned out to be pig's intestine. We also had abalone there - sea snails.

In Corsica I had a beautiful steak served with something else - I tried it and wasn't really taken with it; I later discovered it was bull's testicle.
 
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