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    A great cat recipe.

    Just in case you've been wondering what to do about those stray cats in your yard or the girlfriends moggy shedding all over the furniture, here is one possibility.
    looks great, I'm going to try it with the neighbours cat who keeps coming round mooching food.



    BEER ROASTED CAT
    1 cat cut into roast
    1 can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup
    1 cube of beef bouillon
    1 clove of garlic
    1 Fine Irish Stout, a lot like a popular dark Irish Beer®, but NOT that brand at their lawyers' request. They alledge this article, educating others in the legal eating habits of over 100 million people world-wide, and specifically in rising East Asian markets, is "highly offensive."

    Cover and soak cat roast in salt water for 24 hours. Drain water and then cover and soak in beer for 6 hours. Drain and place in crock pot with your cans of soup. Add a clove of garlic, and a cube of beef bouillon. If you start to slow cook your cat in the morning with your George Foreman Cooker (or it's ilk), you'll have finely cooked feline in time for supper.

    If a slow cooker is not available, a cat can be baked at 350 degrees for 2-3 hours in a conventional oven and still come out pretty good. Beer Roasted Cat is fantastic served with mashed potatoes, collard greens, and fresh, homemade egg rolls. When planning a full meal just remember- cat is a course best served hot!

    Cat may not be the most glamorous, or tastiest of game meats, but with a little thought and preparation, Baked Cat can make the belly of the persnicketiest diner glow with home baked goodness.
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    Sounds nice Dug , but I think I'll have to get mine from the market , for some strange reason there aren't any stray cats to be found in my (Lao) village .

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    ^^Sounds good. Maybe the slow cooker is what I've been missing, or the 24 hour salt water soak. Mine always turn out stringy and tough. Will give it a try and report back.

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    Deep fried kittens.
    Arroy!

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    NOT Funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cat View Post
    NOT Funny.
    Well Duh, is it in the Jokes and funny stories section?
    That's why I like this recipe, they usually are stringy.
    I think another key is not to use the strays, but a well fed local cat.
    they're everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dug View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by The Cat View Post
    NOT Funny.
    Well Duh, is it in the Jokes and funny stories section?
    That's why I like this recipe, they usually are stringy.
    I think the key is not to use the strays, but a well fed local cat.
    Wooooooosh!

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    I left out some important details.
    PREPARING YOUR CAT FOR CONSUMPTION
    Since cat meat isn't commercially available in the United States (and illegal to boot), you'll probably have to prepare cat yourself. If you live in the more enlightened domains of East Asia, and can purchase cat at the local market, you may want to skip this step and proceed to COOKING YOUR CAT.

    First, get a large cutting board and lay out your cat. Lop off the head, the tail and the feet with a sharp butcher's knife. These parts of the cat contain little usable meat, so toss them aside.

    Next, make a longitudinal incision on the cat's abdomen. Reach your hand (wear gloves!) into the body cavity, and remove all of the internal organs. Discard them- especially the liver. It may look tasty, but the liver of a felis domesticus is frequently too toxic for human consumption.

    SKINNING YOUR CAT
    There’s more than one way to skin a cat- our exhaustive research uncovered two. On this site, two High School students meticulously guide you step-by-step through skinning a cat - complete with diagrams. To summarize, use a sharp knife to trim off the skin, and pull it back, snipping away at the muscle tissue.


    Gourmands like to skin their cats differently. They hate shun using a skining knife, calling it crude. They reccomend you grab the loose skin around the head stump, and using a pair of pliers, peel it back off the carcass like a banana, rolling it off the body. The final step before cooking is to wash the meat of stray gristle and hairs. Nobody likes cat hair in their food.

    COOKING YOUR CAT
    Now you are ready to cook! One USENET account recommends placing a cat in a very high powered magnetron microwave. This device supposedly can cook a cat in approximately 10 minutes- the proteins are denatured (cooked), and sugars caramelized by microwave heating. The cat may be "cooked" but will it taste good? If you've ever tried to microwave a raw hamburger, you'll know the answer is "no." For the best taste, our reader inquired about possibly slow cooking a feline. That's exactly what we at PWEETA recommend- a slow cooked Beer Roasted Cat. Other cat recipes you may enjoy are classic Cat Tamales, Cat in Spicy Ginger Sauce, and Cat Au Gratin.

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    Some members on here have been eating pussy for decades without any recipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thormaturge View Post
    Some members on here have been eating pussy for decades without any recipes.
    you mean raw oyster.
    We're talking about cats.
    Anyone got any better recipes.
    This is an overnight, soaking, marinating nightmare, but if you just throw it (cat meat) in the pan it really is far too tough and stringy.

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    I feel a bit sick...

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    And I've got a warm and toasty feeling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    I feel a bit sick...
    Have a nice big bowl of cat broth.

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    Any Maa yang to start.?

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    anyone fancy a kitty korma?

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    I only ate cat once, in China. Cat, snake and chicken soup- a local delicacy in Guangdong.

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    Washed down with red eye?


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