Foods That Make You Go Ewwww

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    My mother used to bake sauerkraut with spare ribs and brown sugar in the oven. I don't know what else, so I never made it but it was great.. My cousin used pork chops. Sausage is too fatty.
     
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    I like most of the things other people don't like on this thread. :D

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    Liverwurst
     
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    Avocados, rice and turkey. They finish me if served at my table. Have to leave.
     
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    Avocados don't make me go ewwww, and if I order Mexican food that is served with avocados mixed into it, I don't necessarily pick them all out, but I am not fond of avocados.
     
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    Love avacados with cream cheese
     
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    Smoked Rattlesnake, available on Amazon.com

    I think I'd be afraid to open the can.
     
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    That I remember my mother cooked cow's tongue, oxtails, pigs feet, chitterlings, and chicken gizzards all of which she had for herself. She served us up some chitterlings once and I didn't want to eat them and told her so but she gave me an ultimatum I couldn't refuse. Needless to say I was in the bathroom immediately after. I was so glad when we finally got a dog. :rolleyes: The name Mikey would surely fit him.:D
     
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    Bess...how could you?...tsk tsk tsk!:eek:

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    Sauerkraut is great with Ketchup!
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    Whenever my wife prepares snacks for visitors, she'll always include a dish of sliced Avocados among other Hors d'ouvres and dips.

    I love Avocados! To me, I don't go "Ewwwww", I go "Aaaaah"!

    I slice them from pole-to-pole rather than equatorially...this opens up a greater surface area for spreading them out for sandwiches.

    Judy nearly always gives me an appetizer dish of sliced 'cados which I salt and eat before the main course comes.

    She buys them several at a time, always the "Haas" variety. After ripening at room tempertaure, they are refrigerated.

    Hal
     
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    Who on earth slices avocado "equatorially???"
     
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    Certainly not you, nor Hal nor I.
     
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    I was not sure how I would like sushi, but I tried some when Robin and I went to lunch one time, and I really liked it. Our little Korean grocery down the road makes and sells fresh sushi, and it is delicious. Some sushi has raw fish in it, but I think that this one is vegetables and maybe soy sauce.
    I am having some for lunch, and here is what it looked like.

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