No apologies needed, I should've grouped the replies myself. Lol.Kangaroo, crocodile, snake, possum (the cute Australian kind), many types of birds, ostrich, crickets, horse.
Most of it was hunted or shot for defence/pest control reasons (ie snakes/possum /kangaroos).
I would definitely eat everything again with the exception of snake and crickets.
Most of it was barbecued or cooked on a spit. I grew up in a hillbilly kind of way where I was just shooting and cooking random birds.
Kangaroo is available in supermarkets here, but I don't generally buy it. Crocodile was when I was a child, and killing crocodiles was still legal, though my wife got me some Gator jerky when she was in Louisiana and that shit was awesome.
I had ostrich in Mexico and it was maybe 6/10... Would eat it again, but only if there was nothing else. The same goes for emu, it's just OK.
I had horse in Paris, it was quite good, like a cross between beef and venison.
If we ever get to travel again, I'll go back to Tasmania for the possum terrine.
Apologies for hangover posting...
Well, as a low-key drunk, I can confirm.No apologies needed, I should've grouped the replies myself. Lol.
That sounds delicious and such a dope experience. Like, travelling and eating. Did you gave equally delicious beverages as well?
It was grilled... Maybe that was the problem. Just got invited to a hunting trip that will include kangaroos, emu, and wild pigs, so I might revisit emu meat...did you slow cook it or sear it? I hear that can make a really big difference. Mine sat in a dutch oven with some red wine and beef broth for a good long while before I ate it, and it was fork-tender.