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Old 01-04-2014, 01:53 PM   #41
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i hope Pengie doesn't see that!
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Sweet!!!

I found a traditional recipe to go with that...

Roast Penguin

Ingredients:
Penguin breasts
Butter
Beef suet
Dried onions
Flour
Gravy granules
Salt and pepper to taste

Method:
Season the penguin breasts well with salt and pepper and dip each piece in melted butter. Roll in flour and fry in beef suet to seal the meat, turning once. When each side is crisp, place in baking tray and pour over the fat from the frying pan. Sprinkle with dried onion and cook in the oven on medium heat until tender. For the gravy stir a teaspoon of flour into the cooking fat then add a spoon-full of gravy granules and sufficient water or stock to thicken.
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Nothing in the world ever "needed fried Okra"
OH, I thought they said "needs fried ORCA"...

Not Penguin, but does Gator count?
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as a penguin is a cold climate animal, i suspect it has a lot of fat layers to the meat! just saying!
Actually, there are just as many penguins at the Equator as the

South Pole. The Antarctic Penguins are just too ignorant to swim

to where it's warm.
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I found a traditional recipe to go with that...

Roast Penguin

Ingredients:
Penguin breasts
Butter
Beef suet
Dried onions
Flour
Gravy granules
Salt and pepper to taste

Method:
Season the penguin breasts well with salt and pepper and dip each piece in melted butter. Roll in flour and fry in beef suet to seal the meat, turning once. When each side is crisp, place in baking tray and pour over the fat from the frying pan. Sprinkle with dried onion and cook in the oven on medium heat until tender. For the gravy stir a teaspoon of flour into the cooking fat then add a spoon-full of gravy granules and sufficient water or stock to thicken.

Here's another Penguin recipe for those cold winter eve's...

Flaming Penguin Kabob:

  • 2 pounds ground or whole penguin
  • 2 sliced onions
  • 2 sliced green or red bell peppers
  • 1 cup olive oil
  • 1 bottle Bud Ice (chilled)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground garlic
  • 1/4 teaspoon chili powder
  • 2 Bay Leaves
  • 3 sharp skewers


Slice penguin into 1-inch cubes. Mix spices in with olive oil. Marinade cubes in spice mix. Refrigerate overnight, stirring occasionally. Slice onions and bell peppers into wedges. Place vegetables and penguin cubes alternately on skewers. Brush lightly again with marinade. Grill for 10 to 15 minutes until golden brown outside. Turn and baste continually with Bud Ice. Douse lightly with brandy or lighter fluid and light before serving.
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i ain't eating no damned penguin!

i'll eat gator first!
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Gator is goooood. Taste like chicken....
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Gator is goooood. Taste like chicken....
we use to have a seafood restaraunt that served grilled alligator ribs and fried alligator tail on their buffet. i like alligator meat!
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We had a restaurant right here in this tiny little town I live in. Had gator, quail and all sorts of cajun food. Good stuff.


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