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Message 1307387 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 15:13:13 UTC
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Another thing my kids really don't like are mussels and I love them. I sometimes cook them when they're away for the weekend.


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Message 1307392 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 15:23:48 UTC

I sometimes cook them when they're away for the weekend.

How did you find out where mussels take their breaks?


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Message 1307401 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 15:36:31 UTC - in response to Message 1307392.

I sometimes cook them when they're away for the weekend.

How did you find out where mussels take their breaks?





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Message 1307410 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 15:50:18 UTC

Oh, you meant the kids ....

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Message 1307412 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 15:54:36 UTC

Ah...Now I get it:)
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Message 1307414 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 16:01:03 UTC

Hehe, just an English play on words ...... you're a quick learner :-)

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Message 1307422 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 16:10:06 UTC - in response to Message 1307414.

Hehe, just an English play on words ...... you're a quick learner :-)


I was thinking that you meant the mussels took their breaks in the pot...
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Message 1307427 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 16:16:22 UTC - in response to Message 1307387.
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Another thing my kids really don't like are mussels and I love them. I sometimes cook them when they're away for the weekend.




Oh Julie I love them too, A big bowl for me thanks. :)

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Message 1307446 - Posted: 18 Nov 2012, 17:43:39 UTC

I'll pass, I don't like boiling anything that's alive to death just to eat it, lobster and crabs comes to mind...
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Message 1310630 - Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 0:15:56 UTC
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Another one that is very good is Buffalo meat, very lean and if cooked right sooooo good. The Indians were not wrong on that one.

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Message 1310632 - Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 0:18:27 UTC

I have to say that on this one I am with Vic.

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Message 1310654 - Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 2:58:04 UTC
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We get a lot of farm raised buffalo here in the (Canadian) deep south, which is quite nice. The wild stuff can be a little dry, and has a VERY strong flavour. Interesting, but not every day please. Same with musk ox (which is still all wild as far as I know). I find about one musk ox burger per decade to be interesting. Any more would be overwhelming.

A little Canadian humour, added in edit: the Indians deeply regret the passing of the buffalo, and they say they won't be in the chips again till they come back.
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Message 1310657 - Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 3:03:04 UTC - in response to Message 1310654.

A little Canadian humour, added in edit: the Indians deeply regret the passing of the buffalo, and they say they won't be in the chips again till they come back.

Off to the pun thread with thee.

I have met a few buffalo (after they had broken out of a farm).
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Message 1310659 - Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 3:06:57 UTC - in response to Message 1310657.

A little Canadian humour, added in edit: the Indians deeply regret the passing of the buffalo, and they say they won't be in the chips again till they come back.

Off to the pun thread with thee.

I have met a few buffalo (after they had broken out of a farm).


To paraphrase W.C Fields and Will Rogers at the same time:

I never met a buffalo I didn't like - if it was properly cooked.
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Message 1310930 - Posted: 28 Nov 2012, 6:15:18 UTC - in response to Message 1310659.

To paraphrase W.C Fields and Will Rogers at the same time:

I never met a buffalo I didn't like - if it was properly cooked.
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I know one store chain that sells it in steaks or ground meat, the ground meat I do add some fat.

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Message 1311149 - Posted: 28 Nov 2012, 21:05:25 UTC - in response to Message 1310930.
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To paraphrase W.C Fields and Will Rogers at the same time:

I never met a buffalo I didn't like - if it was properly cooked.
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I know one store chain that sells it in steaks or ground meat, the ground meat I do add some fat.


I tried Beefalo down in OK back in the 70's which wasn't bad either. A cross of Beef and Bison. Beefalo can withstand conditions like Bison do.

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Message 1311292 - Posted: 29 Nov 2012, 7:50:32 UTC

I never had buffalo before. What does it taste like?
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Message 1311296 - Posted: 29 Nov 2012, 8:05:56 UTC - in response to Message 1311292.

It's been about 42 years, I only had one once, it was good, that much I do remember.
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Message 1311376 - Posted: 5 Dec 2012, 18:43:11 UTC - in response to Message 1311296.

It's been about 42 years, I only had one once, it was good, that much I do remember.


Good to see the system on line.

Buffalo if not cooked right can be dry since it has little fat so you need to add some, the one I{ had was perfect.

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Message 1311388 - Posted: 5 Dec 2012, 18:55:07 UTC - in response to Message 1311376.

It's been about 42 years, I only had one once, it was good, that much I do remember.


Good to see the system on line.

Buffalo if not cooked right can be dry since it has little fat so you need to add some, the one I had was perfect.

What I'd eaten was Beefalo, not quite the same as it's a hybrid, between beef and bison, as only water buffalo are buffalo and there are no water buffalo in the US outside of some zoos maybe, as their not native to North America.
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