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Arctos

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We have a new MLA spring lamb advert on television that has a good chance of being taken off air, as the Indian community find it offensive to one of their gods (whom I believes is a vegetarian).

I like the advert as I find it puts the point across that everyone can eat lamb.

 

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We have a new MLA spring lamb advert on television that has a good chance of being taken off air, as the Indian community find it offensive to one of their gods (whom I believes is a vegetarian).

I like the advert as I find it puts the point across that everyone can eat lamb.

Aye Mate. That one is bound to get someones knickers in a bunch. Me, I'm Cajun at heart. If it flies, swims or runs I'll eat it if I can catch it. :D
 

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The MLA Lamb adverts are always controversial, they manage to upset someone and / or group of people.

Lamb is not like pork or beef where you can really p!ss people off. :D
I really don't understand people. They say they won't eat this or that for one reason or another but if they get hungry enough they will eat a six day old road kill Roo. Me, I don't let them get that old. I used to carry spray paint in my car on the way to work. I'd stop and mark the road kill. If the road kill didn't have paint on them on the way home I knew they were fresh. :rolleyes::D
 

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six day old road kill Roo
I have a recipe for road kill I got off a BBS back in the good old days:

Ted's Texas Road Kill chilli.
Copyright Ted Rockwell ©1992

4 lb. fresh road-kill.
1 tsp. black pepper.
2 beers or 750ml zinfindel.
1-3 tsps. oregano.
2 Jalapeno peppers (chopped).
1 tsp. cumin powder.
2-4 tbs. chilli powder.
1 tsp. salt.
4 cloves crushed garlic.
1 16 oz. can Cantadina tomato sauce.
1 tbs. finely chopped green onions.
2 tsb. chopped bell pepper.

Grind up 4 pounds of fresh road-kill. (Note: sometimes, due to the condition of the road-kill, grinding up may not be necessary). Just about anything is acceptable (Armadillo, rabbit, possum, chicken, unidentified...), (in other countries substitute your local critter) but stay away from skunks since their odoriferousnous may have a negative effect on the final result. If you live in an area where there's not much highway traffic, or where urbanisation has scared off all the critters and your neighbours keep their pets indoors, then you can use (all) the following meat as a substitute:

2 lb. ground beef (chilli grind).
1 lb. venison (chilli grind) .. pork is ok.
1 lb. ground Italian sausage.
12 oz. Mexican chorrizo sausage.

Mix all the meat in a large kettle. If using the "substitute" ingredients above, then cut open the chorrizo wrapping and squeeze out the contents into the mixture of the 4 lb. of other meats. Brown the meat, stirring occasionally to mix well. Once the meat has browned, add the tomato sauce, beer (or wine) and all of the seasonings. It is a good idea at this early juncture to use only half of the chilli pepper and oregano and reserve the rest until later so that you can season to your taste.

Cook over low-medium heat for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking, then reduce heat to low and cover. Cook covered for 1 hour, stirring from time to time. Sample for taste, increase seasoning as desired, and cook on low for another hour, stirring occasionally.

Sample again and add additional cumin, chilli pepper, oregano, Jalapenos or critters to suit your taste; turn off heat and place in the refrigerator over night. Reheat on the following day and serve. For an especially tasty presentation, serve up in bowls and sprinkle the top with chopped white onions and shredded Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses.

Feeds 6 to 8. Enjoy!
 

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We eat good where I come from. :D

The Menu For The Roadkill Cafe


"You Kill It, We Grill It"

Eating Food Is More Fun When You Know It Was Hit On The Run!

Entrees.

** Center Line Bovine **
Tastes Real Good, Straight From The Hood ............ $ 5.99
( with cheese, add .50 )

** The Chicken That Didn't Cross The Road **
What A Dumb Cluck ................................... $ 3.49
( includes soup and salad )

** Flat Cat **
( served as a single or in a stack )
Single Flat Cat ..................................... $ 1.99
Double Flat Cat ..................................... $ 2.79
Flat Cat Stack ...................................... $ 4.99
Flat Cat Family Pack (with kittens).................. $ 9.00

A Taste Of The Wild Side - Still In The Hide.

** Chunk Of Skunk **
Smells REAL good! ................................... $ 7.49
( basted in Tomato Sauce )

** Smidgen Of Pigeon **
Tastes so good, you'll coo for more ................. $ 3.49
( includes salad & French bread )

** Road Toad Ala Mode **
Jump into this dish, & you'll croak for more ........ $ 2.99
( ice cream flavours chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry )

** Shake N' Bake Snake **
Long and crunchy, with 12 secret spices ............. $ 3.99
( extra long snake, add $ 1.29 )

** Swirl Of Squirrel **
You'll go nuts for our squirrel ..................... $ 2.49
( includes salad & peanut brittle desert )

** Whippoorwill On A Grill **
This one will tickle your fancy ..................... $ 2.79
( includes sunflower & sesame seed roll with salad )

** Rigor Mortis Tortoise **
Slowly aged to perfection ........................... $ 7.99
( includes turtle soup & dumplings )

Eating Food Is More Fun When You Know It Was Hit On The Run!

** Canine Cuisine **
You'll eat like a hog when you taste our dog.

Slab of Lab ......................................... $ 1.99
Pit Bull Pot Pie .................................... $ 0.99
Cocker Cutlets (best of show) ....................... $ 4.99
Sharpei Fillet ...................................... $ 2.99
Poodles N' Noodles (w/French fries) ................. $ 3.79
Snippet of Whippet .................................. $ 2.69
Collie Hit by a Trolley (Toonerville)................ $ 3.89
BBQ Beagle .......................................... $ 2.79
German Shepherd Pie (with sauerkraut)................ $ 3.99
Fire Broiled Dalmatian .............................. $ 1.01
Trampled Sheep Dog .................................. $ 3.29

** A Disney Classic: Thumper Ala Bumper **
Tender & juicy with lots of meat on the foot ........ $ 9.49
( side order of Bambi Venison $2.49 extra )

Late Night Delights! Served Fresh Each Night After Dark.

** Rack Of Raccoon **
White meat, dark meat, white meat, dark meat ........ $ 5.99
( includes salad, & free Daniel Boone soft drink mug )

** Awesome Possum **
Jed Clampet's Family Recipe can't be beat! .......... $ 7.99
( includes Possum Tail soup & Possum Pie desert! )

** Smear Of Deer **
You'll eat Bambi's heart out and love it! ........... $ 8.99
( includes soup, baked potato with venison gravy)

** Texas Speed Bump **
Try our Armadillo, tenderized by Goodyear! .......... $ 5.69
( includes Texas Armadillo meatball soup n' salad )

Roadkill Cafe Menu Challengers.

** Guess That Mess! **
A daily special treat - if you can guess it,
you eat it for free! ............................... $ 9.99

** Bag N' Gag **
Our daily take-out lunch special
Anything Dead, In Bread ............................. $ 2.49

Eating Food Is More Fun When You Know It Was Hit On The Run!