DonRocks Posted April 21, 2014 Share Posted April 21, 2014 I recently had dinner at a *horrible* Mexican restaurant - I ordered a burrito with "fried pork," and my friend had a "chicken enchilada." Both meats appeared to be exactly the same, and I've had this substance before, but can't remember where or when. The meats were vaguely cubed into small pieces. They were neither tough, nor tender. They looked somewhat stringy but could have just as easily been tofu on the palate. The color was a pinkish-grey, and we both agreed that it tasted like Alpo. I just can't believe that this was pork *or* chicken; yet, it was meat, of that I am sure. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? Seriously, if I imagined what dog food would taste like, it would be this. What did I eat? You know what? As I type this, I remember where I've tasted this meat before: in cheap Irish beef stews. It's inevitably buried in gravy or sauce, but it certainly doesn't taste like beef. Is there a canned product that has these characteristics? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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