WARNING: For anyone who just had dinner or a meal, DO NOT read this blog! It might cause your stomach to turn. And for anyone who's HUNGRY, DO NOT read this blog as well. Read it at your own risk.
Two days ago I decided to make an Indonesian snack for us both. When my hubby went home from work, he asked me what they were. (I'll add the pics later) I told him to try one. Then he asked suspiciously, "Is there any frog meat inside?" I replied, "Yep, frogs, snails, snakes." (Actually I made a dough out of flour and the filling consisted of vermicelli, peas, beef, carrots, mushrooms)
Yeah, a funny thing about inter-cultural marriage is food. Whenever I try to cook something "exotic", he'll ask me what it is and I'll do my best to tease him. *evil grin*
What do people back in Indo eat? Yes, they eat snails, frogs, and a few people like eating dog meat, as well. They also eat snakes, cow's intestines, cow's brain, cow's tongue, and chicken feet. I ABSOLUTELY adore frogs, cow's intestines, cow's brain, cow's tongue, and chicken feet (especially my Mom's version of those food). I've never tried dog meat, though. They say it makes your belly feel like burning after you eat it. Snails? Yep, tried it once but not too fond of it he he...
If I remember other odd things about this topic, I'll surely post 'em later. :-)))