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hopefully this one will remain a stranger to me forever. just can not imagine eating this and enjoying it.
if i get to go to xining this fall i may find out. it's a favorite food there.
In Tibetan cuisine, Lunggoi Katsa is stewed sheep's head, with curry, fennel, monosodium glutamate and salt.
 

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when i'm in cambodia i eat balut every chance i get. the way they prepare it i really like. did have monkey on a stick once in zamboanga. not my favorite.
 

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Now I'm goin' to bed and have nightmares and fully expect to be awakened in a hurling rush to bend over face first into the toilet.......You guys should start a new thread, "Horror Kitchen" LMAO.......
 

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Looks like something from that 'Indiana Jones' movie.
 

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Barbacoa !
(or something like it). That's just beggin' for a glass eyeball, though.
I try to never say never, Larry. On this one, I'll say,"That will be a LONG way down hungry lane" .
MSG usually gives me a pounding headache, so ya'll go ahead,(pardon the pun). James
 

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I dont know..I'd sooner eat that sheeps head than rocky mountain oysters or chitlins.

Edit: In fact, I would rather eat the sheep's head than have to eat water chestnuts. They are one of the very few things I flat-out dislike lol
 
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