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View Poll Results: Favorite animal meat product
Bacon 19 44.19%
Sausage 7 16.28%
Buffalo Wings 11 25.58%
Deep Fried Burgers 4 9.30%
Varmint 2 4.65%
Hot, greasy Coyboyneal 0 0%
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Old 10-16-08, 05:50 PM   #1
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Favorite animal meat product

What's your favorite, and why?
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Old 10-16-08, 05:54 PM   #2
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I saw some show on Food Network where they made fried burgers. I tried it at home to see what the buzz was about. THE BEST near stroke experience I've ever had.
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Buffalo wings smothered in sauce. Gota bring the heat!!
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I saw some show on Food Network where they made fried burgers. I tried it at home to see what the buzz was about. THE BEST near stroke experience I've ever had.
huh? like, deep fried, or just fried on a frying pan?
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gotta pull for the home team!! Wings!
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What, no Spam? People here in Hawaii love their Spam!
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Wings! Sometimes they just call to me. Possibly more addictive than the beer that often follows.
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Bacon is the best.
Chicken wings, if made right are a close second.
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Old 10-16-08, 06:36 PM   #10
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huh? like, deep fried, or just fried on a frying pan?
Deep fried. It's probably the most unhealthy thing I have ever eaten outside of a battered and deep fried oreo cookie.
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where's the veal or steak?
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where's the veal or steak?
Too healthy
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Varmint, nothing like getting your meat fresh.
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What, no Spam? People here in Hawaii love their Spam!
because the question was about meat.

of the choices, i would specify sausage - but only if it's venison.
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Baby back ribs. Mmmmm.
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What, no kangaroo? I was in England last December, and a group of us went to a Mexican restaurant. Granted it was the English version of Mexican, where chips = curly fries. There was a kangaroo dish on the menu and all of us were too scared to try it.
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There's no venison, fresh lake perch, moose, or elk on that there list.
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There's no venison, fresh lake perch, moose, or elk on that there list.
I think he said all those choices were too healthy.

You'd need to batter and deep fry them in tallow in order to qualify.

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What, no kangaroo? I was in England last December, and a group of us went to a Mexican restaurant. Granted it was the English version of Mexican, where chips = curly fries. There was a kangaroo dish on the menu and all of us were too scared to try it.
Most Mexican restaurants around here aren't even very Mexican. It's hard to imagine what a place in the UK would be like.

As for my favorite animal product, I probably like rabbit best, although nearly anything can taste great if prepared right.
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Bacon is the best.
Chicken wings, if made right are a close second.
Agree. I love bacon - in the morning, at lunch as a BLT sandwich with soup, and dinner when it's breakfast. Chicken wings, with beer, are also great.

I went to a really great restaurant in DC at noon and saw the menu had a 1 lb BLT. I ordered it and it turned out the 1 lb was the weight after cooking!
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1. Porterhouse
2. Bacon with a Tude! (meaning a good thick, schmokey slab-o-bacon)


I seem to eat less and less of beef and pork lately, and chicken as well - but when I do eat well - I go for the gusto.

As is what is planned for the weekend - cleaning for the ex this weekend, who is a self admitted "slobbish" kinda guy, with no food in the house - a long haired manx cat that puts the fear of Gawd in to ya when he looks at ya (cool cat though) and who has most likely laid about 5 lbs of fur around just the 1st floor of the house - on and the ex has been on a huge busy role with work (they do 100% of election materials for NYS) and so I'm sure he's coming off a couple of 60 hr work weeks --- meaning ...

a sty.

And no food.

I was given free reign at the grocery store tomorrow night to get the ingredients for something good to eat (cool). He just got a crockpot and so I think I shall use it for a Saturday meal.

However EH - I'm steering away from bacon.
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Deep fried. It's probably the most unhealthy thing I have ever eaten outside of a battered and deep fried oreo cookie.
You should try a deep fried Mars bar, then.
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A decent sausage is good. Particularly if made of venison. Bacon is all good too. The rest of the list; meh.

I've tried kangeroo and it was very nice.
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WHAT? No "all of the above" option?
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