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#16 zippy1 OFFLINE  

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Posted February 19, 2015 - 12:46 AM

Man, you all are making me hungry again.

Elk is an excellent meat. Like all wild game, the taste depends on how it was taken care of at the time of harvest. Someone mentioned raccoon. My grandmother used to fix coon with our Christmas supper every year. There are some nasty glands someplace you need to get out before cooking it. But let me tell you, it was the first thing cleaned off the table every year.

Ain't ever had possum, reminds me to much of a rat. And I hate rats :D

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Posted February 19, 2015 - 07:19 AM

boneless_pork_rectums.jpg         Here is a tasty treat for ya.  :bigrofl:



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Posted February 19, 2015 - 10:50 AM

I didnt know rectums had bones.
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Posted February 19, 2015 - 01:02 PM

attachicon.gifboneless_pork_rectums.jpg        Here is a tasty treat for ya.  :bigrofl:



When my wife and I were first married, we moved to Denver Colorado for a new job.  There was a little local weekly paper distributed in our apartment building.  One of the news items was about a guy who had broken into the freezer of a meat-processing plant and helped himself to several cases... before the arresting officer hauled him off to jail, he opened one of the boxes and showed the guy that he had just stolen a bunch of cow rectums...


His comment???


"I'm going to be real pissed if I'm going to jail for stealing cow a..holes!!"



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Posted February 19, 2015 - 01:10 PM

They eat cat in India.  :poke:


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Posted February 19, 2015 - 08:36 PM

Did you like elk? I thought it had a funny after taste. Bison was excellent!

My grandfather would eat pickled pigs feet. And pickled pig snouts

Most wild game's flavor is affected by their diet.  I've eaten venison that was horrible--the deer lived out in the Junipers and sagebrush of Western Utah; OTOH I've eaten elk that was as tasty as a good cut of beef--and a lot better for you, too.


I remember buying a bottled of pickled pig's feet when I was a teenager and eating about half the jar (we're talking half-gallon size)... I got very sick to my stomach, and haven't tried them since, LOL.


I've eaten bison, and bear in stew, both were good but the bear was kinda greasy.  Bear, raccoon, and dogs are similar in physiology and the flavor of the meat, or so I'm told.



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Posted February 19, 2015 - 10:21 PM

I'll stick with beef, pork, poultry, venison & local fish, thank you!  Although too much of the pork & poultry available anymore is tasteless, They need to be raised on dirt!!!

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