Roughest Food Ever

I’ll eat just about anything once — I have my limits though, and they are drawn somewhere before the balut eggs of the Philippines.

Not for the faint of heart, I offer no pics here, so brace yourself if you dare, and have a look at the pics on offalgood.com.

but don’t say I didn’t warn you!

6 Responses to “Roughest Food Ever”

  1. kajun36 » Roughest Food Ever Says:

    [...] Check it out! While looking through the blogosphere we stumbled on an interesting post today.Here’s a quick excerptI’ll eat just about anything once; I have my limits, though, and they are drawn somewhere before the balut eggs of the Phillipines. Not for the faint of heart I offer no pics here. So brace yourself if you dar, and have a look at the … [...]


  2. Ian Froeb Says:

    I knew what balut was, but that last picture…

    Um, wow.


  3. Stephanie Says:

    I also thought Balut was always served hard-boiled. I’ve never seen it like that. There’s no way I could eat it in that form. I think I would try the regular hard boiled version, though it would be hard. Andrew Zimmern made it sound really yummy on Bizarre foods…


  4. bb Says:

    You however are iron, where as I am but a regular man.


  5. Mac Says:

    I’d rather drink turpentine and piss on a brush fire…..


  6. “the egg of ultimate darkness” | stlbites.com - st. louis food blog of bill burge Says:

    [...] (as mentioned before) it’s firmly planted in the unique category of foods I actually won’t try even once, [...]


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