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Old 11-07-2008, 09:42 AM   #11
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i'd say frog was my favourite game meat.

hey, i've never had anything bigger than a pellet gun or wrist rocket.

but seriously, rabbit, boar, and buffalo.
i've had rabbit provencal style, and boar in an italian type of pasta dish.

i wouldn't really call buffalo game meat since they're raised like cattle now. no more chasing down tatonka on horseback with bows and arrows. but i have had everything from tenderloin, to rib steaks, to ground round burgers. good stuff.
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Old 11-07-2008, 09:57 AM   #12
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hmmm, does frog fall under meat or fish
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:04 AM   #13
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Couple of months ago, I wouldn't have said this, but, my nephew knows how to cook wild pig and that has become my favorite along with deer.
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I've tried a lot - phesant I haven't cooked properly yet so unceratin. We do like venison and recently had some water buffalo.
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:27 AM   #15
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hmmm, does frog fall under meat or fish
ok, science lesson grade 3..........it's not a meat.......it's an amphibian..........if you want to put it under a meat go ahead or if a fish go ahead.........but I think that you;ll win brownie points just for eating them in the first place..........maybe in the South, however...........so what go for it.............
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It's been so long since I've had rabbit I can't remember what it tasted like.

We will definitely eat some venison when/if we get some. I don't hunt, but have friends and relatives that do.

Frog legs. MMMMMM! There used to be a truck stop about an hour from where I'm currently living, you would order Frog Legs and Onion Rings, and would get a HUGE platter of each, enough to feed 3 people.

I would like to try more wild game. I just need a source of the game meat. I don't really have the time/money to hunt, so I'm really limited.
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Old 11-07-2008, 11:20 AM   #17
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You can't even find frog legs around here anymore, Allen. The seafood stores that used to carry them went out of business. (so I guess that makes them sefood expat, lol). Maybe a restaurant supplier might have them.
When I was younger I used to camp with a group not too far from a golf course I used to play at..... lots of ponds..... ;^)
Now I'm in the mood for frog legs.
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Old 11-07-2008, 12:13 PM   #18
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You can't even find frog legs around here anymore, Allen. The seafood stores that used to carry them went out of business. (so I guess that makes them sefood expat, lol). Maybe a restaurant supplier might have them.
When I was younger I used to camp with a group not too far from a golf course I used to play at..... lots of ponds..... ;^)
Now I'm in the mood for frog legs.
pickles,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,what happened to the rabbit........we just learned that our daughter's smelly rabbit is to hang around another 6 months.........all of us are getting tired of taking care of her.................
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Old 11-07-2008, 12:15 PM   #19
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I love quail and rabbit the best.
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Old 11-07-2008, 12:16 PM   #20
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expatty, how big is the smelly thing. around 3 1/2 pounds, perhaps?

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