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Call me weird… January 17, 2009

Posted by texasheartland in Bizarre Foods, food, random, Scotland, thoughts, Travel Channel, TV.
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The good think about having a cold is all the TV you can watch without feeling guilty or unproductive. And luckily yesterday AND Thursday, they showed some of my favorite episodes of “Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern” (one of my most favorite TV shows) and one particular episode is where he went to Scotland.

Now if we know our world cuisine, we all should know that the National dish of Scotland is Haggis. It may just be the Scottish in me or the fact I was hungry at the time, but I would definitely try Haggis! I don’t know why people are so adamant on not trying the dish. Yes, I know what it made of but weren’t you afraid to try sushi or raw fish for the first time? I’m under the impression that you don’t tell me what I’m eating before I eat it. Wait until after I have eaten it and given my opinion to tell me.

But you know what? I would be willing to try half the stuff that dude eats on “Bizarre Foods”. Call me weird. Or maybe I’m just adventerous.

Beannachd leat!



1. goodbadandugly2 - January 18, 2009

I think you are just adventurous! Feel better!

Thank you! Yes, I think I’m adventurous as well!

2. Confetti Dreams - January 18, 2009

Believe it or not, half of the stuff he eats actually looks good. Call us adventurous then!!

Works for me!

3. Lynne - January 18, 2009

~~i look at it this way. people have been eating haggis and all sorts of things for centuries. i believe it is all just a matter of what you are brought up or used to eating–and you are a very adventurous person and i admire that quality very much. get well soon–

Why thank you, on both accounts!

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