[Sca-cooks] Recipe help
phlip at 99main.com
Wed Mar 19 16:11:38 PDT 2008
There's nothing wrong with eating kangaroo- knock yourself out ;-)
Trouble is, not only do I not have anby kangaroo to cook, but it's
also not period, since I believe kangaroos weren't discovered until
sometime after Australia was discovered- certainly they weren't eaten
reasonably commonly in Europe at any time I'm aware of during our
period- and the idea is to deeal with foods and recipes we might have
found in European history, pre-1600.
> And what is wrong with eating kangaroo?
> I've had it and it was quite delicious. I wish I could get a regular
> supply of it AND venison here in my home city without having to spend
> a fortune for it. On the plus side, I can get ostrich easily.
> (SoCal mule deer is not very appetizing and the only kangaroo I know
> of nearby is in the zoo...)
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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