Anywho, we were invited to dinner at some friends house along with several other couples and guess what the main course was? Moose meat. I kind of gulped but we enjoy these people so I wanted to go and the Hubs has no reservations about eating any of that stuff. I was promised there would be something that hadn't been killed in the back yard for me to eat. I get queasy just talking about this.
We arrived at the given time and there was this delicious smell coming from the kitchen. I figured they must have thrown a pot-roast together for those of us that are not moose eaters. We all brought something to add to the dinner and my SIL brought a lovely rice, veggie and chicken casserole so I knew I was all set but boy did that pot-roast smell good. I'm sure you are guessing that it was indeed moose meat. The steaks turned my stomach but that pot-roast looked so good I thought I would give it a try and you know it was delicious! If someone hadn't told me that it was moose I would have thought it was beef.
So why do some of us have such an aversion to some kinds of meat and not others? They were talking about eating bear that night too and I almost barfed. Now I love a nice piece of tenderloin that is cooked so that there is no red in the middle so is this a double standard? Why is a piece of meat nicely wrapped in the refrigerator section of the grocery store okay but a wild animal not? Well I guess I have rambled on enough on this. Will I eat more moose meat. Probably not. Will I enjoy a nice filet mignon? Definitely!
Sometimes I get the cutest cartoons via e-mail so I thought I would share a few with you. Everyone knows I love cats so they send me their cat cartoons.
This looks like our house.
The ultimate horse lovers outhouse!