Kangaroo at Lidl

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by jarrod248, Jul 15, 2013.

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  1. Not to be sneezed at that.
  2. Cat food in Australia. But very lean and tasty if you don't mind fighting the cat for it
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  3. Best jump at the chance....I will get the wife to hop to it...

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  4. maguire

    maguire LE Book Reviewer

    have they got any crocodile steaks? I hear they have quite a bite to them.
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  5. Even better when washed down with some Libyan 'corpse wine.'
  6. I dont get it....

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  7. Google it you'll be repulsed. Mind you its definitely 'full bodied.'
  8. Not a bad price for pet food. Oh, go on, ref the crocodile meat, I'll say it if no-one else will.
    Yes, but there's not much left so you'll have to make it snappy.
    (No cricket. No rugby. Open doesn't start till Thursday. Have to do something.)
  9. Pet food? My dogs food is made from Lamb so he won't be wanting any.
  10. Don't forget to get her to set the barbie up on the pouch.
  11. Since I've been beaten to all the puns I had planned, I'll just comment that it's funny how most of the Brits here probably thought "ooh, that's a bit exotic, I'll have to try some of that!" (Well I did anyway).

    Whereas our friends from Australasia view it as a third rate meat fit only for pets.

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  12. A lot of Australians do eat it, they just feel a bit uncomfortable because it's their national symbol.
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  13. I suppose it would be like us eating lions or bulldogs then, or the welsh chowing down on a nice dragon burger!

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  14. Including lets 'Skippy' to it.
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  15. seaweed

    seaweed LE Book Reviewer

    Gives new meaning to the phrase "the joint is jumpin'"
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