Funny Foods

Funny Foods

101. Legumes

They may not be funny themselves... but the word is fun to say!

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102. Nutmeat

This delicious innards of a nut.

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103. Chitterlings

Also known as chitlins or hog intestines. Surprisingly popular. Stinks while cooking.

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104. Hog Maw

Hog stomach lining that can be stewed, fried, baked, or broiled. Waste not, want not.

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105. Horned Melon

A spiky melon with pomegranate like insides that taste like a fusion of banana and cucumber.

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106. Fancy Feast Shop

Not only is it a feast, it's fancy. See also Cats.

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107. Grey Poupon Mustard Shop

What's that? Don't like that sandwich? Poupon it! See also 80's, Condiments.

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108. Taco Salad in a Bag

Open some 4-cheese Doritos and add some beef, lettuce, and sour cream. Shake it up, and BAM! Taco Salad. See also Snacks.

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109. Beer Nuts Shop

What's the difference between beer nuts and deer nuts? Beer nuts are a dollar-fifty, Deer nuts are under a buck. See also Alcohol.

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110. Burgoo

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

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