Honestly, head cheese, tripe and beef tongue are not on my list because I don't know what they taste like. I just won't do it. And mrs. hammy loves head cheese and beef tongue. But she's Danish - they put mayo on fries . . .
why stop at green? I HATE ALL vegetables, I hate all fruits, I hate all cheeses, any seafood, no Chinese, no Mexican, no ham, etc; I hate beer, wine, ANY liquor, anything with a funny or foreign name (except HAMBURGer or FRANKFURTer).
I'll eat beef, potatoes, fried chicken, turkey, pizza (but ONLY pepperoni), bread and ANYTHING with chocolate.
I'll either be dead in 5 years or live to 120, when they finally figure out that everything I hate is BAD for you (which they eventually WILL!)
i love cheese more than my own life. i have the cheese disease. cant have it in the house. i take the block out of the fridge hoping to have just a sliver. by the time ive put my lovely cultured curd back, the piece in my mouth is gone and all thats left is happy mouth, which needs more happiness. so i go back and repeat, swearing each time will be the last. ive got it bad and that anit good.
" do you have cheddar?"
" uhh... no. not much call for it"
" not much call for it!. its the single most popular cheese in the world!"
" not around here sir"
"you are a cheese shop?"
" finest in the district sir"
" and how did you earn that distinction?"
" well, were very,very clean"
" your obviously uncontaminated by any cheese"
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mojo wrote:organ meats of any kind, bananas, olives
Agree on all of those. I'd also add walnuts and radishes – they both taste like poison (or at least what I'd imagine poison to taste like). Don't like pork, or any strong seafood (the mild stuff – cod, hake, tuna, plaice, etc is okay though).
SQUACKEE wrote:i cant think of anything less appetizing than a watered down squack
there's nothing quite like squack fricassee - or Squack L'Orang - I hear the Squack Au Vin is quite good too. I prefer it fried, never boiled. I little squack mousse is good afterwards and a sip of Squack Blanc as well.