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Mayflowers
Thursday, September 11, 2008, 5:15pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Well, enjoy your veal...Even if someone force fed it to me, I couldn't chew and swallow.
I'm probably one of the few type A people who hate red meat, hardly ever ate it as a child
and would rather starve to death than chew cooked animal flesh.  


Not a red meat lover either. As I mentioned, I haven't had veal in years..I only liked it the way my mom made it which I think was actually Hungarian because my aunt is Hungarian and a fabulous cook..Pan fried with poatoes and onions and a ton of paprika. Sooo good.  I did however love sea cockroach, and other sea food like oysters and clams. I can have mussels which I like now...  
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Not a red meat lover either. As I mentioned, I haven't had veal in years..I only liked it the way my mom made it which I think was actually Hungarian because my aunt is Hungarian and a fabulous cook..Pan fried with poatoes and onions and a ton of paprika. Sooo good.  I did however love sea cockroach, and other sea food like oysters and clams. I can have mussels which I like now...  

  

me too... I've fallen in love with mussels....


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As a kid we used to dig mussels from the bay. My mom would make the most wonderful dishes with them. I can still see my dad moving his feet up and down and then going under to dig up the mussels, so yummy.
I haven't eaten them in years.


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I want to eat lobster.  I've only had it once, when I was a teenager and it was at Red Lobster--or as DH calls it, Dead Lobster.  It wasn't very good.  He's from Long Island too, Andrea (Hampton Bays area) and said anything at Dead Lobster is a joke and that I have to have real Maine lobster.  So one day when we go to NY (I've never been), to see his old homeplace, I'll get to eat "real" lobster.  I'll allow myself to eat that one avoid just to know what it tastes like.

Diana, tell me more about what Dr. D said about limas.  Was he saying they're worse than beef for As, or that they're not that bad?

I've had veal once, when I was trying out the Teacher diet.  I thought I was going to be sick.  It tasted good, but I didn't sleep well that night and slightly nauseated.


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