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Re: Re: Haggis and other gross food

Interesting Peg, where in Texas was this??  I've never heard of them.  I 
don't care for the flavor of lamb and the like, but would remember hearing 
about in order to stay very clear.  LOL  Had heard of Ranch or barnyard 
oysters here though. 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast 

In a message dated 12/15/2002 6:18:33 AM Central Standard Time, 
pegster57@ntelos.net writes:

> YEah, I got roped into trying "lamb fries" in Texas because I didnt know
> what they were. The sperical shape should have been a giveaway tho!
> -Peg

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