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2002\11\02@025111 by William Chops Westfield

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   That's funny since there was a scandal around here a few years
   ago about MacDonalds using kangaroo meat in their burgers instead
   of the beef they advertised.

You do know that various FANCY places and gourmet food stores in
the USA are now selling ostrich and emu steaks...

BillW

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2002\11\02@041734 by elect phys

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>     That's funny since there was a scandal around here a few years
>     ago about MacDonalds using kangaroo meat in their burgers instead
>     of the beef they advertised.
>
> You do know that various FANCY places and gourmet food stores in
> the USA are now selling ostrich and emu steaks...
>
> BillW
>

Nothing throwing a fresh leg of roo on the barbie.
Have to skun it ,
(soak in bucket of salted water overnight,
helps get any worms or other parasites out also helps make it tender).
Then give it a good wacking.

Roo is usually used for pet food here.
Even though lots of it seems to get exported to Germany as well
as lots of wild pigs(the meat).

Need a decent beer to go with it though,
none of that piss weak  US crap.   :-)

Either a good OZ , UK , Canadian or Dutch  brew.

Emu is over rated. Unless you
like eating game birds.

Camel is good eating if done right.

Seen lama steaks for sale in the South Highlands(just south of Sydney)
rather expensive at $50(Aus) a kilo.

IF you ever visit Oz find a restaurant called Jurassic roast (if  I remember
the name right)
Or was the the name of the dish.
Get the leg of Camel!! Dam good. They even encourage you
to pick up the leg and eat like a cave man.

Snake tastes just like chicken (pretty close).

Haven't tried croc yet, told it again tastes a bit like chicken.

Had a mate who tried wombat reckoned that tasted pretty bad,
but then again he said it was fresh roadkill.

MacDonalds were supposedly using Water buffalo here
for a while. They are an introduced pest ,  top end (NT, WA) only though.

Al

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2002\11\02@042820 by Jinx

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> MacDonalds were supposedly using Water buffalo here for a
> while. They are an introduced pest ,  top end (NT, WA) only though

I think you'll find a Mcpest everywhere

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2002\11\02@061348 by Russell McMahon

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Summary:

> Emu is over rated. .....
> Camel is good eating if done right.
> Seen lama steaks for sale in the South Highlands(just south of Sydney)
> Snake tastes just like chicken (pretty close).
> Haven't tried croc yet, told it again tastes a bit like chicken.
> Had a mate who tried wombat reckoned that tasted pretty bad,
> MacDonalds were supposedly using Water buffalo here

Locals in Taiching (large city halfway down Taiwan), took me to an
"authentic" Mongolian restaurant. Very impressive - many separate "tents",
flaming torches, penned goats and all. Some food cooked at table in a boiler
in middle of table.

One dish was unusual. Asked what it was. Serving lady went away to ask.
Reply came back "Chickens eggs and goats eggs". Guess what.  :-). Tasted OK
I guess, considering.



       RM

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2002\11\02@103042 by Wagner Lipnharski

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Russell McMahon wrote:

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> One dish was unusual. Asked what it was. Serving lady went away to
> ask. Reply came back "Chickens eggs and goats eggs". Guess what.
> :-). Tasted OK I guess, considering.

... and you never guessed goats lay down eggs, hmm?  in some SouthAmerican
countries it is very common to find dishes with bull eggs... or you never
knew that bulls also born from eggs too? you, you!  ;)

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