Funny Foods

Funny Foods

51. Burgoo

Spicy Kentucky stew usually involving venison, squirrel, or possum.

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52. Bacon in a Can Shop

This stuff is better than sliced bread.

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53. Mountain Oysters

Bull testicles or balls. Ranchers routinely castrate young calves to keep cattle populations in check. They keep the testicles after annual castration and sell them in jars to some who think they are a delicacy and promotes fertility.

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54. Kartoffelpuffer

German for 'potato cake.' It is pronounced 'kartoffel poofer.' See also German.

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55. State Fair Foods

Where else can you find deep-fried cheddar bacon mashed potatoes on a stick, deep-friend hash brown hot dogs on a stick, and deep-fried cheese steak on a stick?

Added by Brian on September 22, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Dude. Do us a solid. Add your own funny food.

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56. Candwich

A sandwich in a can, or, as the manufacturer describes it, "a new and innovative sandwich product for grab-and-go convenience." See also Lazy.

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57. Oreo Blizzard Creme Oreos

So an Oreo cookie with a cream filling that tastes like an Oreo Blizzard. My mind is blown, but I'm still trying to figure out how this going to taste different from a regular Oreo cookie. See also Snacks.

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58. Banquet Frozen Dinners Shop

When you can't make it to the President's Ball.

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59. Spangelferkel

See also German, Meat, Sausage.

Added by CaptainKrill on March 13, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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60. Surströmming

Quite literally sour herring. It's fermented with care (!) for about a year. When the can starts to bulge, it's time to eat. Often eaten outdoors because of its awful stench and even then not much approved of by anyone within 1000 feet. See also Fish, Swedish.

Added by CaptainKrill on March 7, 2010| Comment | You Like This |