Recipe for dog

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  1. Beth143nacho

    Beth143nacho Well-Known Member VIP

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    On beths twitter someone asked her for a recipe for dog lol
     
  2. pylod

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    Dawg or dog??
     
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    Engagement Dog?
     
  5. Howard Stork

    Howard Stork "Big Nosed and Jewish"

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    "Slanters" eat dog-on-a-stick.
     
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    I didn't lie.



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    I know I'm being ethnocentric, but this is just wrong.
     
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    Howard Stork "Big Nosed and Jewish"

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    Some people will eat anything. :facepalm:
     
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    that skin looks nice and crispy
     
  12. BethSucks

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    Anybody know if they raise them as livestock they way we do cows or hogs?
     
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    ***dog owners may not want to read***

    I did some work in Asia and yes they do. Mostly mutts out in the booneys but it's becoming less popular so mostly old folks eat it or it's eaten during certain festivals. The government has tried to discourage the poor from eating street dogs in China or "public dogs" in the Philippines because of parasites which you see I mean these dogs look bad. However, in some big Chinese cities you see crates of them alive and these are farmed dogs. Why in crates?

    The chinks believe in eating everything fresh. Example: Wal Mart went into China with these huge open displays of frozen/packaged meats like we would see here in the US/Canader and it was a disaster! The Chinese want everything fresh so now you go to a huge Wal Mart in Chongqing and you can pick your chicken, it's butchered right there and you can see it go into the spinner tub for the feathers to be removed.

    Fortunately it's becoming less common since the orientals are adopting Western tastes/habits but the poor still eat them. Now when I say poor I'm not talking about some overweight American asshole receiving food stamps while watching a color tv, I'm talking really poor people that have a dirt or cement floor in their home that are malnourished or living at a chinese construction site where the work 15 hour days. They don't see dogs like we see them that's why it continues. Cool story bro.
     
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    Fertility puppy stew?
     
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    :jj: I'll tweet her that one
     
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    Did you try any while you were there?
     
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    I ate just about anything overseas but as a dogowner I couldn't eat that and ever look at my dog again. To save face they understand Americans have weak stomachs so they don't push it on you.

    Surprisingly street rats in Thailand were like buffalo wings here. The slather it in hot sauce and it was tasty.
     
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    I passed on the monkey brains but I did eat 100 yr old duck eggs preserved in urine. It was supposed to be a delicacy.
     
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    Sounds delicious.
     
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    I would eat a pile of donkey shit if it were fried and slathered in Frank's Red Hot.