[Sca-cooks] To cat or not to cat

Sandra J. Kisner sjk3 at cornell.edu
Thu Aug 2 09:35:03 PDT 2012

Except cats are carnivores, and rabbits (usually) aren't, so I'm not sure that would be a good substitution, flavor-wise.  But food-grade rabbits are certainly easier to come by than food-grade cats (I doubt Mr. Dunderbeck check the grade on his cats).


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Subject: [Sca-cooks] To cat or not to cat

On our kingdom e list, a mostly fringe type person asked about the cat recipe in de Nola.  It seems after a private conversation she actually wants to cook a cat.  And use "period" garlic.  And do a paper on de Nola.

She asked me if I knew a source for food grade cat.  She had already contacted the Colorado dept of Agriculture for a source.  They laughed.

Any thoughts?  I suggested she try rabbit..

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