Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Let's play Meat Bingo!
How many can you check off?
I've had all of them, and in some cases, variations on the meat across continents. For example, I've eaten American alligator and Nile crocodile; I've had American bison and Cape buffalo; I've enjoyed American lobster and South African kreef; and I've eaten shrimp in America and prawns in South Africa, Mozambique and elsewhere. Part of the fun of traveling widely is the variety of food one can enjoy - even if the aftermath is not always enjoyable! (Yes, "Montezuma's Revenge", "Delhi Belly", the "Gringo Gallop", the "Cairo Two-step", "Gyppy Tummy" and others are all the same thing, no matter what they're called or where they strike!)
How many can you check off, dear reader? If you have anything exotic to add (for example, balut in the Far East or cane rat [also known as "grasscutter"] in Africa - the latter enjoyed by both Lawdog and myself; it's very good eatin'!), let us know in Comments.