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Ha Ha!!

I've had the same or similar discussion with my wife recently over the whole red meat vs white meat discussion. In her opinion "all fowl is white meat", and "all animals are red meat." This of course means that neither fish nor fowl are animals?!?! But when I raised this I was apparently being difficult......

I decided not to even go down the road of escargot, or ostrich (which is a fowl as you know, but is red meat).

Roger Waters (from the album Radio K.A.O.S.):
Californian Weirdo: "I don't like fish."
Jim: "You are listening to KAOS here in Los Angeles."
Californian Weirdo: "I don't like fish."
Jim: "Yes, we've established that. Ah! Do you have a request?"
Californian Weirdo: "Shell fish, Guppy, Salmon, Shrimp, and crab, and lobster, Flounder, I hate fish But I think most of all I hate fresh fish, like trout. I hate fresh trout. My least-hated, favorite fish would be sole. That way you don't have to see the eyes. Sole has no eyes."
Jim: "Oh no!"

In reply to Re^3: My favorite food for feasting: by Smaug
in thread My favorite food for feasting: by ysth

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