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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Cow Ass now what wine with that?
    Any of them would be a fitting compliment to rancid beef. Scourges on the landscape are vinyards... like pine trees only worse.

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    No matter how good some say that possum is to eat, I would have to be at absolute starvation point to even contemplate eating one ... I have shot and skinned too many to ever countenance eating one ... rabbit on the other hand ... with mustard sauce is better than just alright ...
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    iluvs a wee bit of ye old bunny-in fact at my oldest sons christening party iroasted 3 and served em up after late FIL showed me how.after a few swigs on the std westcoast 9gallonkeg ,no bugger was any the wiser .a bloody lot thinking they were tegel eagles -furry bastrds WTF.only downside was last time i had a feed of tasty brer my farts developed a bouquet you most certainly would not find in parisian perfumeier!!
    young fat jacko -never eaten it though nursed an old sth westland roadman years ago who swore by it -his rationale was if the furry bastards seemed to be so sprightly as it got colder -well if he ate em hed feel more energetic too.his favoruite was a bloody great possum stew,left bubbling away beside the fire all day..reckoned hospital tucker would kill him -it eventually did.
    my favourite canada goose salami-Ill eat one of those and if im on song a knot hole in a paling fence can make me mighty springy!!!

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    I grew up with fried rabbit. Pieces battered in flour and egg, and fried up like chicken.

    With hares soak the backsteaks in salted water overnight or three four hours beforehand if you cant wait, then do the same.

    Monkey stew...
    Put the keyboard down. Now kick it over here.

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    This is a favourite at our place.
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    got to say love hare as well.
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