Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Canned Laughter On Tasty Tuesday!


We came across this delicacy and wondered what other bizarre foods are available in cans? So on tasty Tuesday we take a look at all things canned.

Yep the whole canned chicken. Has anyone ever tried it?


Sliced bacon anyone???? Oh and it is Celebrity, but of course. 

Not not tennis balls but fish balls. Perfect for a roll in stinky goodness.


For our cheese burger loving friends. Never be without one again.


Go on unleash the zombie in you....!


How about these for that Saturday night at the movies? 


Tongue tied yet anyone!


Now getting a wee bit more exotic LOL......


And continuing our road kill theme......


And lastly WTF is a bamboo worm????? 



Have a terrific tasty Tuesday all and if you had to eat one which one would it be???

51 comments:

  1. BOL!!! You are toooooo funny Molly!! We would love the Cheeseburgers!!

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  2. He he I would love to try that Amadillo Meat. Sniff and slurp from Laika and Vaks.

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  3. OH MOLLY SOMETHINGS DO NOT BELONG IN CANS....AND SOMETHINGS LIKE BRAINS AND TONGUES SHOULD NOT BE CALLED FOOD. MOL MOL TOO FUNNY ALL THE CALORIES IN PORK BRAINS!!!
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

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  4. Bol! Yu find the funniest stuff fur us to learn 'bout!

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  5. Nothing so tempting in our pantry - Mum's vegetarian. We have "mock duck" ;:-!

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  6. I guess if its all there is?

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  7. The canned WHOLE chicken must be a really big can!

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  8. The only canned meat in our house is for the dogs.

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  9. oh dear piggy heavens?! Squeal and I'm running for safety. Sliced bacon and pork brains - gulps hard. I may faint. XOXO - Bacon

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  10. Yikes on most but years ago I had the canned whole chicken. My parents had a cottage far from stores and had some canned food for emergencies. One winter we got snowed in for a couple of days and had the chicken for dinner. It tasted like bolied chicken as I recall. Not bad but not great either. I don't think they even make it anymore.

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  11. You found some goods ones (or should I say bad ones, very, very bad!). I would have to be near death from starvation before I would try one of those!

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  12. Yikes Molly! All of a sudden I am NOT very hungry!

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  13. Our mom is just saying "Yuck!" to most of those canned goods.

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  14. As we plan to live aboard a sailboat in a future, I have heard of weird things in cans. For instance, many sailors will can their own chickens in glass jars before taking off.

    I've also heard that New Zealand has excellent canned butter. I can't wait to try it.

    But as for the scorpions? I'd prefer them fresh. :)

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  15. OHMYPUG wesa gonna make for sure that our mom doesn't give us any of that stuff in our foodsss hers sneaks in stuff sometimes....
    angus mc

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  16. Poor BACON... that boy is gonna be traumatized fur 87 weeks after this.
    Our mom Cans Deer Meat... but not the brains and tongue...
    Molly you opened up a can of Whup. LAUGHS..

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  17. Ummmm, for some reason our human has lost her appetite now. We can't fathom why.

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  18. UGH! YUCK! Do all those things really come in a can, Molly? If so, then that is soooooo bizarre!
    *Cairn cuddles* on this un-tasty Tuesday.
    Oz

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  19. how they could pack a whole chicken in such a small can? Is that the same magic spell what brought a camel through the eye of a needle? The worms look interesting, I like things with bbq flavour, even worms. Have a tasty tuesday and give me a sign when you need a can opener!

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  20. I'd have to see one a them cheeseburgers...

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  21. Oh my dog....we think some of those look most delicious...Mama says thanks for helping her not be hungry for awhile. BOL
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  22. I'll take those fish balls, please!!!!!
    Cammie!

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  23. scorpions, bamboo worms - sounds like the kind of stuff they have been eating on The Island - have you been watching it? they should have left some dogs with this group of no hopers, dogs always find food!

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  24. Boy, that's some weird stuff you found Molly. Have you tasted all of it?

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  25. Holy cr*p, I think I am going to be sick!
    The roasted scorpions actually made me LOL :)
    Dip and Elliot x

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  26. I had heard about the whole chicken in a can thing ...never seen it though. The creamed possum sounds like something the yokels around here would eat

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  27. Mom was covering her mouth, oh Yuck!!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  28. You've just put HER off HER breakfast.....however, we'd probably love it!

    XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui

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  29. Oh, there are some things in a can that just shouldn't be!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  30. OMD!!!!!!!!! I would not eat any of that stuff in a can!!!! hahah! Thanks for sharing!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  31. Okay I'm not hungry any more! Where on heavens earth did you find that stuff? I hope you didn't buy it people will think you are very strange. Love Dolly

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  32. OMD is right! I thought canned tortillas were bizarre when I moved from L.A, California to Boston! Oh Miz Molly, I am unfashionably late! You crack me up any time of the day. XOXOXO

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  33. The fish balls sound very yummy to us, Molly!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  34. I don't know what happened? I was going to eat dinner and suddenly I am not hungry???

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  35. Dear Molly,
    I think I could eat every and each one of this Delikatessen! I could never have a favorite one!
    Love
    Your always hungry Arno

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  36. Hi there Molly, I think both Hunter and I would choose the canned chicken-that's about it. Such unusual items. Thanks for sharing.
    Wags,
    Noreen & Hunter

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  37. Oh la laaaaa.....LOVE The "Go on unleash the zombie in you....!" Hahahaha !

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  38. There are some things there I don't think even River would eat

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  39. MOL - guess I'd go wif da armadillo meat since I's from Texas.

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  40. We'd probably eat most of those things. The only things we don't like are celery, clams, and citrus fruits. How do you suppose they stuffed the entire chicken in a can?

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    1. I respectfully decline having dinner at your house. BOL

      Aroo to you,
      Sully

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  41. These are hilarious. Where's the spotted dick? Sorry, couldn't resist!

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  42. Mommy just lost her appetite, especially when she saw those scorpions. No marinated whelks!? XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  43. The contestants had to cook with a whole tinned chicken in an episode of Chopped once...mom very nearly passed out. Those are all just NASTY Molly...NASTY!
    Wally & Sammy

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  44. Wow, those things are funny! :)

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  45. Ewww gross! Scorpions! Bleh... I haven't had a whole canned chicken before, but I have used canned chicken when I am lazy. Not really anymore but in the past. It's like tuna kinda. I left one on the counter opened and was about to use it and Shiner stole it :(

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  46. Crikey ..... I'd give 'em all a go. Pork brains in milk gravy. Yummmmmm!!! That sounds real good. Blimey Mum's just raced off to the bathroom ... Where did you find all this good stuff?????

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  47. It'd be hard to say no to toasted scorpions and bamboo worms!

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