I'll tells ya!
Pretty telling. He's cementing the foundations for a run. Gonna be popcorntastic.
A lady I know of got beat up at the same place for trying to shoo one away with a golf stick and yes she was a boomer.Boomers have done plenty to provoke outrage....
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The last two times I ate kanga, it was rich and oily.I ate kangaroo for dinner last night. It was delicious.
The stakes that I ate were dressed with garlic and some herbs, smelt nice while being cooked but a bit rich for me. I'd eat it again just not a lot of it.In my experience they make good steaks, need it to be less than medium, can be a bit gamey. Wallaby is ok but you need a lot more sauce.
"Oily" is not a word I'd use in regard to 'roo; it has a very low fat content, so if anything can be prone to drying out.A lady I know of got beat up at the same place for trying to shoo one away with a golf stick and yes she was a boomer.
The last two times I ate kanga, it was rich and oily.
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