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Old 06-12-2008, 08:56 PM   #1
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Connoisseurs Game meat challenge (ever wanted to eat bear?)





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Bear, Boar, Duck, Lamb, Vennison, Yak and Quails all get cooked up and served to a bunch of judges.

All recipes are included for those who want to play along at home.

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Old 06-12-2008, 10:51 PM   #2
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I love bear, lamb and venison and duck... I'm sure I'd love the rest!

Looks like you guys had fun!
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Old 09-20-2008, 11:52 PM   #3
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*Confused*

Is this a thread asking what game foods you have eaten?

Well, if not, we can turn it into one. :)

I have had quite a range of weird/game meats. My dad being from Libya, I have been there a few times. They pretty much eat whatever walks. Haha, so I have learned to not be picky with food.

I have eaten....

Shark, eel, alligator, elk, moose, rabbit, duck, squirrel, crane (My brother shot one on accident, I decided not to let it waste.), kangaroo, flying fish (A fisherman in libya caught one on accident and I wanted it - surprisingly the greatest fish I have ever tasted), blackbirds, a few other weird things I cannot remember.

Haha, all this and I still cannot swallow a strawberry. Haha
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