[Sca-cooks] To cat or not to cat
rvinehall at silverspiral.us
Wed Aug 8 16:41:55 PDT 2012
Back when I was a graduate student (about half a century ago) I
accidently ran over a raccoon. In a spirit of "waste not want not" I
made raccoon stroganoff for myself and two roommates. It was rather
tasty, although a bit gamey. I can't imagine doing that with a cat
though, or even with a carnivorous wild animal.
At 8/2/2012 07:57 PM Thursday, you wrote:
>huh. I'm clueless as to why this is a big issue (unless she's taking
>someone's pet), but then I don't understand most social cues. So I'll stay
>out of the mix, here.
>I'm wondering, though, do you folks have the same attitude toward, say,
>wildcats, like lynx? I mean, some of them are almost as small as a
>housecat (depending on the breed)....how about possum, or "ring-tailed cat"
>or polecat or whadyacallums .....uh, raccoon?
>Do you have the same objection to bunnies? Muskrat?
>For me, society is a minefield, and I'm trying to figure out the "trigger,"
>here. Hard to avoid it if you don't understand it.
>That's what I get for growing up in the woods. My dog wasn't a mine of
>information on taboos. I guess I'm lucky that I figured out that sniffing
>crotches wouldn't fly....although that dog was amazingly smart....just
>not...uh...the same outlook....
>On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 6:24 PM, Robin Carroll-Mann
><rcarrollmann at gmail.com>wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 1:11 PM, Deborah Hammons
> > <mistressaldyth at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hopefully she will decide NOT to serve it up at an A&S. Which was what
> > she
> > > was looking at.
> > If she happens to be using my translation, and if--God forbid--this
> > project is actually implemented and submitted, I don't want my name
> > (SCA or mundane) anywhere on the documentation. Feel free to pass
> > that along.
> > Brighid ni Chiarain
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