maggiekb at February 11th, 2014 10:42 — #1
imb at February 11th, 2014 10:52 — #2
Maggie, Is it Vomit Tuesday?
old at February 11th, 2014 11:09 — #3
Pretty friggin' good apparently:
wearysky at February 11th, 2014 13:46 — #5
Not if you ask my kids. Neither one had any interest in Sophie.
If it was possible to determine that it was sourced ethically, I'd give giraffe meat a try. Maybe if I ever make it to Johannesburg. The only other "exotic" meats I've had occasion to try were kangaroo and crocodile, they were both quite tasty. Oooh, and apparently there's a butcher in the St Lawrence Market that sells kangaroo (and crocodile... and camel?) meat! I know where I'm shopping the next time I have a bbq for the guys.
emcomments at February 11th, 2014 14:30 — #6
I did wonder if the lions killed at Longleat would be fed to the giraffes. Would seem sort of symmetrical.
peregrinus_bis at February 11th, 2014 14:56 — #7
I think they taste of tears.
sota767 at February 11th, 2014 15:54 — #8
I <3 this article. Thank you MKB.
beanolini at February 12th, 2014 04:32 — #9
'Like veal' according to Frank Buckland. He was less complimentary about elephant's trunk, porpoise head, and earwigs.
redesigned at February 12th, 2014 07:02 — #10
I too would give giraffe a try if it was sourced ethically. In fact I'm pretty much up for any food adventure I can find.
I live in a small mountain town in British Columbia, Canada, and I can get Kangaroo, Crocodile, Camel, Emu, Ostrich, Wild Boar, Python, Goat, Bison, and a bunch of other meats at the regular grocery, and the meat market has caribou, bear, elk, moose, deer, antelope, etc. So far I've enjoyed every one of those I've tried. Lately I've been eating a lot of duck and quail eggs. Yum.
I'm just as adventurous with fruits and vegetables and am no stranger to the durian, cherimoya, cupuaçu, mangosteen, etc.
maggiekb at February 16th, 2014 10:42 — #11
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