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June 30, 2021


Bull penis and maggot cheese on menu at disgusting food exhibition

(Thanks to ImNotDave)


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Does it have a drive-thru?

Lets hope this doesn't give Chuck E. Cheese or Taco Bell any ideas.

(Don't tell him what's in the water.)

I confess I have eaten hakarl, which isn't mentioned in the article, but I feel sure would be represented in the museum. I've also eaten cuy, which isn't nearly as weird, but might disturb some folks.

On a completely unrelated note, what's with that table sitting on an inclined platform at the back of the photo of the museum?

I was once subjected by a mother-in-law to a steaming bowl of German fish head soup and very sour kraut. Nothing scares me in weird, disgusting food after that experience.

@ Rod Nunely--OK, I should be afraid to ask, but what is hakari and cuy?

Hakari is either a New Zealand luau, which doesn't sound horrifying at all, or an Icelandic rotted shark dish. Cuy is roast guinea pig, which tastes like rabbit. You can find it in the US if you look.

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As Tom Brady would say, "I'll pass"

- Rod Nunley -
That's the table they strap you to when 'tasting' the maggot cheese, (I'm just guessing).

Hakarl is putrified Greenland shark, a delicacy in Iceland. It's also toxic, but they marinate it in a liqueur called brennivin before eating it. Eating hakarl is something of a contest most of the time.

Cuy indeed is guinea pig. A delicacy in Peru.

Hakarl sounds like what Icelanders created when they didn't have lutefisk. I have eaten both good (Grandma's) and bad (almost everyone else's) lutefisk. I don't thinkk I'd want to be in the same room with Harkarl.

Well, I suppose, if you had to eat a bull penis, it would probably be best served with a side of maggot infused cheesy balls.

Hikari is sold on Amazon, in Walmart, etc. Be careful of your vowels when you search for it.

This is why we refer to it as "Chunky Cheese".

Someone tell James Corden!

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