[Namron] SCA cooks.
Samarrah bint Annaan
samarrah_bint_annaan at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 17 11:04:59 PDT 2005
And, regarding Venison: If you're out hunting for
deer and are lucky enough to get one, be very careful
in the field dressing and the butchering of that deer.
There is a gland on the hind leg of the animal that
is a scent gland and one nick of that gland will send
that aweful gamey, bitter taste throughout the meat.
Bjorn and I process our own venison and we are
EXTREMELY careful not to hit that gland. So careful
in fact that most of our dinner guests are amazed that
our venison tastes so much like a better, richer cut
of beef. So many people turn their nose up at venison
because the meat was processed in a hurried, sloppy
manner and that gland just ruins the taste.
--- Lee McGoodwin <etienett at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Ok, I was thinking of the variety of meats we eat.
> Yes, fruits and veggies, etc. are available in
> variety due to import and cross-country transport.
> But the meats we eat are limited. Beef, chiken,
> turkey... for the most part. Where are all the
> possibilities? How many people in our mundane world
> today have eaten squirrel, peacock, and a myriad of
> other critters running and flying around in the
> and on the plains? Now, that is not to say all
> critters are tasty to eat.
> --- John Hurst <jhurstsca at cableone.net> wrote:
> > How do you figure our modern diet is limited? We
> > get more variety than any
> > time I can think of, and better quality.
> > Ewen MacG.
> > At 09:28 PM 10/13/2005, you wrote:
> > >Wild boar?? How cool... I'd like to try some of
> > that?
> > >Our diet in this modern age is so limited
> > to
> > >past times. I'm always eager to try something
> > >different.
> > >
> > >Anyone know a good local source for rabbit?
> > >
> > >To the Dream,
> > >Etienett
> > "Those who would sacrifice liberty for security
> > deserve neither."
> > Ben
> > Franklin
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