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Discussion in 'The Iron Chef' started by buggy, Jul 17, 2009.
You would totally survive in the wild! LOL
I remember a reply like this on another thread, was it you?
wow... i've actually always wondered what elephant tastes like,...tiger sounds interesting,....heck they all sound interesting, ill try anything once
I assume it was younger elephant because of toughness?
"Weirdest" thing i ever ate, though it isnt weird to my family is Frog Legs and Gator,.....yuummmmmmmmmmmy
Tiger did not really taste good- it was rather bitter. Elephant (I know not the age of the thing or the cut) was kinda sweeter, but rather tough and had an unpleasant smell to it. It's somewhat akin to mutton.
I'm slow-queing a pork roast right now... I'll post a pic once the pigamal is nice and toasty.
I voted other. I love Hoarse meat! IT tastes like beef only leaner and healthier and its cheaper! I made hoarse burgers tonight with my roomies and we loved them!
I had Kangaroo loin for the first time a couple weeks ago. It was really good. A lot like Ostrich.
Doesn't hoarse meat make your throat hurt and it hard to talk?
Here's what I took from the grill tonight, after 2+ hours on a slow burn-
My favorite prey?
The Hunt - the kill - and the plate
my favorite meat is sushi... eel to be exact. so I don' know should I put fish or other???
hahaha thanks Bill...
I would have to say fish...(sushi too, especially eel and tuna!) A close second would have to be lamb, then bison!!! Beef would be my least favorite.
I have tried deer, frog legs(as a child...least favorite then and now), quail, dove, ostrich(jerky), squirrel, turtle, bear, and chicken, pork and turkey of course. All have been quite tasty, with the exception of the frog legs, although some say they taste like chicken.
I had a bite of it as well, and it was *good* (funny how we were at the same place that night! )
I also liked the buffalo, but I think anything they serve at the Clifton (except the eggs with trout, yuck) will be really good.
Looks Fabulous! Hope you enjoyed it!
Big, mooing, smuddad in garlic, black on the outside, pink on the inside. So rare it quivers when you stick it. So rare you have to ask it to kindly step off the grill onto your plate, and it does. Mmm Mmm Mmm.
You beat me to it.
For me this is close. But crawling off the plate will do.
Unless the geography of Georgia has recently changed I'm pretty sure those didn't come from water near Conyers.
Nice catches, btw.
smuddad??? normally I would think from the context of the post that it was a cow but with the other posts that involve some rather unique animals I am not going to assume anything.
I am, indeed, referring to a cow, and "smuddad" is New Yawkian word for "smothered". I could explain where that came from, but it would take to long.
thanks... its ok you don't have to explain. I like a good med-rare steak too.
As the Duke of Edinburgh once said,
"If it has four legs but isn't a table,
flies but isn't a plane,
moves through the water but isn't a submarine,
the Chinese will eat it!''
I like a medium-rare steak with diane or peppercorn sauce, various types of pig-meat, and sometimes venison.
Somebody mention something about eating?
By the way, I would really love to hang out a week with either Lawrence or Theognome. We only get chicken, beef, pork, mutton. Others are hard to come by and you can't hunt in a city.
What is the average life expectancy of Americans?
I will gladly eat a steak any day of the week. "Beef. It's what for dinner."