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    graham Guest

    Default Cat gastronomy

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19846516

    Every September, a statue of Santa Efigenia is paraded to lively music
    and dancing on the streets of La Quebrada, a farming community south of
    Lima.

    As part of the celebrations, residents set up food stalls and tables for
    the Gastronomic Festival of the Cat. It is a cat-eating feast that
    commemorates the time when the early slave settlers survived only -
    supposedly - by eating cat meat.

    Dozens of the creatures are bred especially for the occasion, and then
    cooked in an array of Peruvian recipes.

    There's spicy cat stew, or grilled cat with native huacatay herbs.




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    MotoFox Guest

    Default Re: Cat gastronomy

    And it came to pass that graham delivered the following message unto the
    people, saying~

    > http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19846516
    >
    > Every *snip* herbs.


    Cat. The Other White Meat.(TM)

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    Chemo Guest

    Default Re: Cat gastronomy

    On Oct 7, 8:26*am, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    > http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19846516
    >
    > Every September, a statue of Santa Efigenia is paraded to lively music
    > and dancing on the streets of La Quebrada, a farming community south of
    > Lima.
    >
    > As part of the celebrations, residents set up food stalls and tables for
    > the Gastronomic Festival of the Cat. It is a cat-eating feast that
    > commemorates the time when the early slave settlers survived only -
    > supposedly - by eating cat meat.
    >
    > Dozens of the creatures are bred especially for the occasion, and then
    > cooked in an array of Peruvian recipes.
    >
    > There's spicy cat stew, or grilled cat with native huacatay herbs.


    Meow!

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