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2009-12-15 15:36
Welcome to my blog. This is still toward the beginning of my internet footprint, so bear with me if the graphics are unpolished or if the editing is poor, if it doesn't display on Google Chr… Read More
2009-12-15 12:57
I was looking around recently for a recipe involving worms, and I think I found one I might actually try. Army worms seem like they'd work well for the application, although I might check wi… Read More
2009-12-11 03:15
Alright, enough with the rodents. Do you know what a Sea Squirt is? As an invasive specie or a biological curio, a sea squirt is benign enough. But as a food, apparently it is not for the fa… Read More
2009-08-07 22:21
Sorry about my rodent fixation. If you don't like all the rodent recipes, there is at least one that uses iguana in a soup. Here is another soup, but this time we are using fruit bats. Looki… Read More
2009-08-07 07:46
Gee willikers, don't make a Disney reference in a weird meat blog!?! I am not cruel to small creatures as a rule, but I do have to admit that every time I see a beaver I see dinner. And I'm… Read More
2009-08-07 07:34
From what I have just deduced, croquettes are like mini-burgers but without the buns. That said, I think that you could do a lot with the following recipe for squirrel croquettes. You could… Read More
2009-08-05 21:11
Okay, this is probably nothing new, but again my purpose here is to document cases of people seeming to have eaten a certain meat. Possum is hopefully amongst the tamer recipes you'll find o… Read More
2009-08-05 08:57
Much to my surprise, iguana meat is freely available by mail order and it was no trouble to dig up a great-sounding recipe for Mexican style iguana stew:1 iguana2 onions, chopped1 tbsp salt8… Read More

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