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Delicacies From Around The World (morally suspect)

Cheetah heels. (unusually tender and moist for the amount of work they do)

Hummingbird pate. (best spread on Melba toast)

Koala achilles. (thin strips ripe for sauteing)

Crab’s eye-stalk soup. (much like angel hair pasta)

Gorilla biceps.

Chimpanzee voice box burgers.

Eagle wingtip croutons.

Whale blowhole roast. (best stuffed with monkey palms)

Penguin penis nuggets.

Owl face.

Flamingo calf strips.

Giraffe neck Gyro. (long neck meat perfect for slicing into those bread pocket things)

Polar bear pituitary gland. (ideal for tossing into salads)

Wolf nipple chips. (Monty Python got there before me)

Peanut butter and Jellyfish sandwich. 

Bat’s ear and wing stew. 

Anteater snout stir fry.

etc.

You get the point now, I think. 😉

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6 thoughts on “Delicacies From Around The World (morally suspect)

  1. You have me at a loos for words…..Gorilla biceps?……I think probably with all the names of these delicacies we are all going to end up with an owl face.

    Posted by charlypriest | April 14, 2015, 5:44 pm

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