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I am curious...what do you eat for breakfast?
squirrel: way better than it sounds!
Originally posted by RSF77
Mmmm... tasty squirrel.
Originally posted by amazed
I grew up eating most of that... so yeah, I can eat it, and still do some of it. Except no way on the chicken skin, yuck, or lard, yuck.
I've also eaten snake and it's very good, and bear, and deer, but not other types of "roadkill", though none of it was actually "roadkill", just what we hunted for food when I was growing up.
You guys should try some rocky mountain oysters. You'll like it.
Originally posted by Amanda5
Can someone tell me what Chipped Beef is - with a description? What do you do with the beef once it is chipped?Thank you.
If you are not familiar with Chipped Beef perhaps you have tried smoked beef jerky.
A general description for me is beef jerky made from a better cut of beef, perhaps a whole top round cut.
In a store with a full service butcher counter you will find the solid smoked beef and order part of it sliced thin as
you might order some ham or salami from a delicatessen. The thinly sliced meat is dry and salty tasting.
Added to a white sauce of flour and milk and served over toast or biscuits the meat become tender and the salt
flavor is dissipated. The item has become scarce in American grocery stores which I think is unfortunate.
Reply to saltdog
Originally posted by MaMaa
reply to post by fatpastyhead
maybe they do, I had never heard of milk toast before though. I remember having toast with a white gravy, sometimes it would have sausage in it. Or I would have buttered toast with cinnamon and sugar, but never with milk.