Ok everyone.. time to suck down some black pudding! ;D or :'(?
Um...by "black" pudding do we mean "chocolate"?
no, it's a British food item.. google it for what's inside.
OK, now escargot I won't argue. How anybody can eat that is beyond me.
What about andouilettes? Lyon (France) is THE official gastronomical city of the world. We had a project there and it was a nightmare. We were forced to choose between eyes, intestines (the famous andouillettes), heart, brains, etc. Thank god I became a veggie!
The andouilettes tasted like s***. Literally.
lol. just read this. Dave, why does everything with you come back to black pudding eventually?!
I had a childhood food-related trauma. I thought a piece of liver was chocolate mousse, so I went for it with my spoon and YAK, it was all wobbly!!!!
You nailed it. Still seeing a shrink about it. She's hypnothised me and all I could say was 'Wobbly. Wobbbbbbly! WOOOOOOBBBBBLLLY!!!!'. They always have to wake me up then or my nose starts bleeding.
P.S. Get me out of the box?
he he he. Taht's what they should call that forming psychological experience: the liver pudding initiation ritual.
This keeps on getting better and better!!!!!!!!!! ;Dhe he he. Taht's what they should call that forming psychological experience: the liver pudding initiation ritual.
liver pudding.. ugh.. i'm not sure it that wouldn't be worse than black pudding.. !
Can you believe I'm the only one who answered 'yum, the food of gods' in this survey? Where are my fellow black pudding lovers? Any Brits out there?
Well actually I can't even consume it as am a veggie, but I used to love it. So I guess I am an honorary black pudding afficionado! Oh, and am Belgian, but lived in UK my whole adult life before moving to Holland (to compllicate things further).
ha ha ha ha! Why does anything with the word 'belgian' in it sound instantly funny? Actually, am a french-speaking belgian, and these are callled..... Walloons. Now talk about funny names.
You got it! But I don't really consider myself Belgian. Deifnitely not Dutch either. I guess am more English than anythign else. I know that when I travel, that's what I always compare things to. UK living/culture/call it what you want is my idea of 'normal' and my point of reference. It's a bit awkward at times as people don't realise I speak French and it leads to very funny situations when they think they've got a secret language. My Dutch is so poor that that will never be an issue!