Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by farmerdude, Mar 30, 2015.
I went on a coyote derby and had bear afterwards, very greasy
whorse half horse half beth very bony with a distinctive fish smell could not get past it.
once for a community volunteering project at my office we helped a local women's shelter for native Canadians (Indians) and they gave us some moose stew.
It was ok when eating it, but during the cooking it had a very strong and bad smell.
I had to laugh this morning when Richard was talking about rescuing Taco from an Ecuadorean family that planned on eating him. Richard spent at least 5000.00 on Taco while his father is out catching squirrel and raccoon to eat.
Some fire haired girl back in the 80s....almost squeeeeeeezed my ears together
I eat moose all the time and think it's better than the best beef. Once I started eating moose, venison took a way back seat.
I've eaten some wild stuff- every game animal in N America; snapping turtle skewers over an open fire, alligator, snake, wild turkeys, bear, antelope, elk, goat, woodcock, grouse, ducks, geese...
We took 2nd in the derby. The meat was wrapped in a tortilla I cut my lip. The host said it was a bow kill sorry about that.
Where are you getting this ??? Will you make turtle soup and invite me over please.
I would never ever eat pig.
First- I love your avatar. Vivian Leigh was gorgeous!
Hunting is where I've got it all except a few. I haven't gotten a moose, but several friends have and they are very generous.
The turtle was fun. A buddy and I drove his jeep down to a stream between two bluffs in SE Minnesota. It rained hard that afternoon and the water rose so high we couldn't cross to drive the goat path of a road to get outta there. I caught a big snapper and that's all we had to eat that night.
Moray eel (mushy fish)
Shark (not very uncommon)
Soy sauce, finely ground peanuts and a rich plum wine marinade
Was it slow-cooked or Panda Express?.
I grew up hunting with my dad. What ever was in season in northern California I have probably eaten. While in Switzerland for work I have eaten kangaroo, emu, crocodile and horse. Kangaroo is yummy while horse is not so good.
when I was very little, my parents brought home frog's legs from some fancy restaurant- I tried it because they told me it was chicken
it did kinda taste like chicken though
I accidentally ate horse meat while in Germany. It looked like salami and I don't recall what it tasted like but I was horrified when I was told. I'd try it again just to see if it's any good.