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Chives have an awful funk, but they taste great!  Scrambled eggs and chives make great breakfast tacos.

 

Chives Information, Recipes and Facts

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9 hours ago, RandyH000 said:

how about fresh octopus ------damn bad -----or shrimp from China and Asian countries ,  nasty bad ,  they grow it in a hole in the earth --go figure why it smells so bad

Same hole they use for a toilet?

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13 hours ago, JL Sargent said:

I knew a girl once that hid a couple of hard boiled eggs in the HVAC ductwork at somebody's house. The stench got so bad the people living in the house had to move out for a while and hire professionals to clean the place.

Some folk from my HS put a bucket of crabs in a rival HS's HVAC . 

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Eat Burger King at home and tell me how long it takes to get rid of the smell.  I think the most horrible odor is a dead carcus(human or otherwise). Once you smell it you'll never forget it. Or getting behind a pig hauler......NASTY!

 

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21 hours ago, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Durian.

 

Never had it but my wife knows what it is. 

 

that's cheating.. my wife knows about durian, too.

 

as far as what I have experienced...

wife deep fried dried anchovies. The house stunk/stank for a month. I did enjoy eating them [once I got them passed my nose] but asked her to prepare them in someone else's kitchen next time.

 

boiled kidneys are pretty nasty, too

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anything I cook smells like a campfire.  I wonder if it's the spices? can't be my technique.

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hey wait... 'The Smelliest"... in a good way or a bad way?

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Durian is smelly on an epic level. And that's when it's fresh. I can't even imagine how a rotten one could possibly smell even worse. Yet it's delicious. Go figure. I didn't think that was possible either.

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On 1/1/2021 at 9:20 PM, Jeff Matthews said:

Chives have an awful funk

I have a planter at home with chives.  Love the smell.

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Surströmming    -------fermented   salted Baltic Sea Herring is  a Sweedish delicacy   it is the worst  smelling food anywhere  -
Surströmming: tasting the smelliest fish in the world - YouTube
 
 
 
 
 
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On 1/2/2021 at 11:31 AM, Schu said:

hey wait... 'The Smelliest"... in a good way or a bad way?

in the good way is linguica cooking.  

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there is a Filipino fish sauce that smells like fish emulsion fertilizer.... It stinks pretty bad. @oldtimer can prolly put a name to it... bagog or something like that

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On 1/1/2021 at 11:49 AM, JohnJ said:

Yessiree!

Some cheeses are gross and obscenely priced!

 

Though not expensive, feta smells like feet.

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12 hours ago, Mighty Favog said:

 

Though not expensive, feta smells like feet.

Da*n!

& my Aunt ruined Cheerwine for me years ago when she said it tasted like cough syrup!

Love feta on ripe olives, fresh tomato, yellow onion with Greek dressing or just olive oil and a bit of lemon juice. Without dressing some fresh oregano is good, it's different most every time!

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The Indian spice "hing" aka "asafoetida" is a truly awful smelling spice earing the fetid title in its name. However when used properly in Indian cooking it's a marvel.

We have to keep it in a jar inside another jar so it doesn't stink up the place. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asafoetida

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1 hour ago, tromprof said:

The Indian spice "hing" aka "asafoetida" is a truly awful smelling spice earing the fetid title in its name. However when used properly in Indian cooking it's a marvel.

We have to keep it in a jar inside another jar so it doesn't stink up the place. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asafoetida

 

BTW - Do you know who owns that rustic 40's pick up that usually parked in the driveway on West Chester by you? Looks like a constant project?

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43 minutes ago, Mighty Favog said:

 

BTW - Do you know who owns that rustic 40's pick up that usually parked in the driveway on West Chester by you? Looks like a constant project?

 

On West Chester Rd? I haven't noticed it but will keep an eye out. There are a number of project cars in the neighborhood, my favorite being an old DeLorean (it actually moved once!)

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9 minutes ago, tromprof said:

 

On West Chester Rd? I haven't noticed it but will keep an eye out. There are a number of project cars in the neighborhood, my favorite being an old DeLorean (it actually moved once!)

 

Yea, this one is one or two houses east of Barrett on the north side.

 

My girlfriend LOVES that VW T181 Thing further up the hill. Sad they didn't put the Beetle on top of the house for Christmas this year. 😪

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46 minutes ago, tromprof said:

 

On West Chester Rd? I haven't noticed it but will keep an eye out. There are a number of project cars in the neighborhood, my favorite being an old DeLorean (it actually moved once!)

I love old cars! Theres a weird dude that i know. He's an unfair old bastard, horrible perhaps to his employees.... makes them do things that are completly unfair. Hes a physicist. Rips Buggattis apart old Mercedes and whatever... copies the parts for those that have the money. Makes new cars partially assembled, sends them all over the world. Last car i saw in his shop was a 1915 Alfa, said it would go 140 MPH, price a cool 850k.....he uses Rustoleum for paint, with very cheap brushes with some of his very early vehichles.....

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The Maroilles, a French cheese from the Aisne and North that smells oribly strong, worse than you can imagine. We live in the South of France, my grandmother put some in her well packed luggage when she came down from the North of France and the whole car of the train felt the horror.

 

And yet this cheese and soft, but really very soft, tasting and extremely good!

It was served at the table of kings

 

Created in the 10th century by a monk from the Abbey of Maroilles, this cheese is made in Thiérache, an area of Controlled Designation of Origin, straddling the departments of North and Aisne. It is considered the king of cheeses from the North, and presented as the finest of strong cheeses.

 

During a trip to Europe, you can discover this tradition, I recommend it

 

https://www.lacremerieroyale.fr/product/maroilles

 

maroilles.png

 

 

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