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I went to a korean bbq. what was most exotic thing youve tried eating close to you?
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it was expensive as fuck tho but worth the experience
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Cow tongue
pretty delicious actually
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I like Korean BBQ but I have not had it in a while.
I've had ostrich and horse before.
Cow intestines are pretty good too.
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Probably Indian food. I normally don't eat it since it's so pungently spiced and heavy but I found a place that makes good Indian food.
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I'm not sure if Alligator counts because where I live, everyone eats it. They say it tastes like chicken. It doesn't taste like chicken.
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xbadix wrote:

Cow tongue
pretty delicious actually


How was it prepared?
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I'd say manicou, also know as possum It has a strong taste.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sk1a7JPZ3Ss
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grilled small intestines of a chicken served on a stick
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well been a long time since i have eaten it but i think it was roasted
it was really special
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I eat horse meat probably once a month.
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Exotic is a tough metric.. I just had Peruvian cuisine a couple of nights ago, which was delicious and quite new to me, but I wouldn't really classify it as exotic, since most of the ingredients were things I knew, just prepared in a new way. The night before I ate alligator, which I'd done before, and a crab bucket, which I hadn't (but most people have tried). Same with frogs legs.. they sometimes have those at a restaurant down the street, so I had to give them a try, but I know lots of people eat those on a regular basis.

... I'm putting way too much thought into this Let's go with swordfish.
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There's nothing local that I would consider exotic.
But there's a place in my city that I've seen featured on the Food Network which sells a dish that has sheep brains. I kind of want to try it.

If the question wasn't restricted to "close to you", I had a roadside alligator meat burger in Belize. I also tried dog, leopard, and ostrich while I was in China. I also may or may not have ate barbecued donkey. Unlike xbadix(first person who replied to this), I wouldn't consider cow tongue exotic though; maybe it's because I often have the chance to eat it.
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MakotoKamui wrote:

Exotic is a tough metric.. I just had Peruvian cuisine a couple of nights ago, which was delicious and quite new to me, but I wouldn't really classify it as exotic, since most of the ingredients were things I knew, just prepared in a new way. The night before I ate alligator, which I'd done before, and a crab bucket, which I hadn't (but most people have tried). Same with frogs legs.. they sometimes have those at a restaurant down the street, so I had to give them a try, but I know lots of people eat those on a regular basis.

... I'm putting way too much thought into this Let's go with swordfish.


Have you tried ceviche? It's a traditional Peruvian seafood dish.
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I went to in Queens, NYC and I had some bibimbap with some raw beef in it. It was cleaned of course. It was pretty delicious!
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