Friday, April 10

Spring specials

Here are a couple of fertile treats, some traditionally made during the spring holidays:
Caviar, fish roe, via Browne Trading.

Balut (Hột vịt lộn), fertilized duck egg, via Makot Pech.

Ovetti nonnati, unlaid eggs from a butchered hen.

Cabrito or kutti pi, goat kid (sometimes unborn and seethed in it's mother's milk).

Persian lamb, unborn lamb meat.
Time magazine once wrote: "How succulent the flesh of unborn animals is, few civilized people know."

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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

unborn veal calf is delicious as well!

17:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so is human placenta

09:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why? Just so you can have a moment of food bliss? How selfish can you get?

11:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's wrong with a moment of food bliss? There IS such a thing as a food chain.

12:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now as a special treat courtesy of our friends at the Meat Council, please help yourself to this tripe.

22:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

unconscious eaters lack ethical compass leading to justification statements seen in the food chain comment above. can you say factory farm?

06:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unborn veal calf was one of the most delicious things I have eaten. It was from a small farm when I lived in Oregon. The mother would have died if the calf wasn't extracted. Remember, small dairy farm, very few milking and breeding cows. I was fortunate to be able to cook and eat this veal calf.

12:59  

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