exotic meats......

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2011/07/19 20:53:37 (permalink)

exotic meats......

i just got to try bear bacon and man let me tell ya, thats some good stuff !
i have some moose bacon waiting in the wings for tomorrow :)
 
and have a friend hunting down pickled moose nose.......eehhh, we will see, i'll try anything on a plate once, lol....
 
whats some of your favorite "exotic" meats ??
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    lleechef
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 12:26:26 (permalink)
    I do love moose but I'm not too sure about that pickled nose thing.  I also like caribou and bear and elk.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 12:49:10 (permalink)
    Funny running into you here.
     
    Pickled moose nose is something I ate with a Cree guide years ago. I can think of a few things I prefer to moose nose.
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 12:56:28 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Funny running into you here.

    Pickled moose nose is something I ate with a Cree guide years ago. I can think of a few things I prefer to moose nose.

    Mouse nose?

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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 13:33:47 (permalink)
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    Michael Hoffman

    Funny running into you here.

    Pickled moose nose is something I ate with a Cree guide years ago. I can think of a few things I prefer to moose nose.

    Mouse nose?

    I think mouse nose would be better. If you like blubber you'll love pickled moose nose.

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    lleechef
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 16:10:54 (permalink)
    I did try whale blubber (muktuk) once.  I could not swallow it.  Only thing I ever spit out in my life.  Nasty.  I'd rather eat mouse nose!
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/20 21:24:55 (permalink)
    Tried alligator jerky a couple weeks ago.  Tasted like jerky with lots of spice.
     
    I guess wild boar chops or bison burgers don't count as exotic.
     
    I'll leave the moose nose for everyone else.
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/21 12:52:34 (permalink)
    I'm a big fan of Bison and Elk.  Wild duck and goose when I can get it.  So much leaner and more flavor than the farm raised ones.
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/21 12:59:24 (permalink)
    WarToad

    I'm a big fan of Bison and Elk.  Wild duck and goose when I can get it.  So much leaner and more flavor than the farm raised ones.

     
    I like wild duck and goose but man what a pain to clean.  I spend hours with pliers picking out the remaining feathers and still never get them all.  So now it is strictly pre-dressed from the supermarket waterfowl for me.
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/21 14:33:02 (permalink)
    I made a big pot of moose chili a couple years back, it was singly the best pot of chili I'd ever made. Other than that, I think the most exotic thing I've ever eaten was ostrich "Slim Jim" type snacks. Had quite a kick to it.
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    Re:exotic meats...... 2011/07/21 14:42:16 (permalink)
    I was told I had bear once but suspect it was venison, regardless it was delicious. You don't find much exotic meat around here.
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