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    Quote Originally Posted by schexc View Post
    Didn't I see you in an eposode of Naked and Afraid?
    Believe me, NO ONE would want to see me naked!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    Believe me, NO ONE would want to see me naked!!
    ...mmmmmm..... oh never mind.... I'll behave myself.....!
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    We had whale in Bequia. It is legal and they actually use little wooden boats and harpoons to try to catch them. Our hosts were so proud for us to eat it. I could barely put down, but I didn't want to insult them. Tough and chewy, I did not like it at all.
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    I wasn't going to mention this, but I think I had cat in Korea. Not too sure, but it was really stringy meat. It was served cooked on a stick, it tasted okay thanks to the Korean spices. The food stall on the street had a stick figure cat on the sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    I wasn't going to mention this, but I think I had cat in Korea. Not too sure, but it was really stringy meat. It was served cooked on a stick, it tasted okay thanks to the Korean spices. The food stall on the street had a stick figure cat on the sign.
    Sounds like it was cat to me!!! Sometimes you’re just better off not knowing!!

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    ok I am cringing.
    a cat stick figure.
    cat on a stick.

    gathering up my kitties and telling them how lucky they are .

    now back to Aruba's different/weird/interesting food.

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    Andrea, you had lion fish in Aruba didn’t you? That’s something I have yet to try.

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    yes
    we had lion fish a couple of years ago.
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    it was very good.
    MILD, white and we liked it.
    one of the places was at nos clubhuis and the other time..........I forgot ...it might have been at one of the bbq places that had it as a special grilled fish.


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    Andrea, you had lion fish in Aruba didn’t you? That’s something I have yet to try.

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    I have never cooked it, but eat it out if they have it on the menu. Cooked right it is good but I've had it and it wasn't good. I'd never try to make it myself.

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    ugh duck.......
    when Paul and I were first married I thought I could cook "anything "
    I tried cooking duck.
    that apartment STUNK like rotten duck carcass for what I thought was months.
    gag




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    My son could eat salmon every day.




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