That's not even funny.
Was not going for funny, just my reality here. Off the cuff, flippant remark. Maybe better saved for the expat forums here. But it is a reality. They have about the same compassion you do for taking the back end of a blade to your catch of the days head, so it quits flopping around.
Oh yeah, I had tons of goat in Afghanistan! The goat burgers they had were better then anything you would get at a fast food joint in America, aside from the oncoming dysentery. Goat ka'babs were quite common as well.
The Muslim Chinese do thee most amazing kebobs here. Just.........Damn! Caramelized fat with stank ass goat.
Also most ,if not all kebob stands are selling big sacks of hash.
. Their clientele are mostly foreigners for the hash. Which takes me about 10 minutes to explain..."No,no I am really here for the food, put the drugs away man".
(They do shoot people here, you know, dead
....... for possession)
Sorry pizzaoven, my original post was just trying to say, "One mans moose, is another mans kangaroo". I have never had "roo" meat, and my Aussie friends have never had white tail deer. I would love to try it, as they get excited about describing how to cook it correctly.
Living in China, if it moves, and you can put a skewer through it, its on the BBQ.
How about poached veal sweat breads with Camembert? Or some other soft and stinky cheese? Make a paste out of it, and spread it out for a sauce base? Poach your tomatoes in Pernod. Go all 3 star on people.
Just a thought