[Sca-cooks] Meanderings on family histories and foods, was, Re: Packing from the Nimatnama
charinthalis at sbcglobal.net
Fri May 18 12:06:28 PDT 2007
Being 1/2 native American I can understand where you are coming from
(Yes the other 1/2 is sicillian). My wife will leave the house when I
need to eat raw lol. Nothing like Steak Tartar in a blood and wine
sauce. The way I was raised is one would drink blood from the kill. I
still do this to this day. I also bury the heart and brain in respect of
the kill and its spirit.
Chass Brown A.K.A. Charinthalis Del Sans of the portable chariot.
Bold as Brass and twice as Tacky.
Honorable Recruiter of the House of the Red Shark, Member Clan Haddock,
Member Gunnarsstead, Member Ansteorra.
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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Meanderings on family histories and foods, was,
Re: Packing from the Nimatnama
Some of my history goes back to Blackfoot Lakota Souix and through my
uncle that I went hunting with, pretty much from toddler-hood, I have a
strong liking for raw meat and liver and fish. I finally broke the
eating bits of the fresh kill when I started hunting with my ex who used
get so very upset that I would do that. Irishmen...wimps. I still like
though and will partake whenever possible. Raw beef with salt, yum!
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