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The big question.....who is going to use horse meat????

post #1 of 28
Thread Starter 

New regulations permit slaughter of horses again.

 

I have never eaten any.

 

Looked around for a few sausage recipes..nothing yet..

 

Anybody here have some experience with horse meat??

 

 

  Craig

post #2 of 28

I watched an episode of the Layover on the travel channel last week and Bourdain had it.  The layover was in France.  Maybe some french cook books would have some recipes.  Never had it but if it were in front of me I might try it.  

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post #4 of 28
Thread Starter 

Yeah Joe...

 

I read that..it is what got me interested...

 

Lots of info on google...

 

Great pics..."horsemeat sausage".

 

Quite a blog post here..they obviously dont have a USDA affiliate there..  hahhahahhaha

 

http://illyria.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=turkicasia&action=display&thread=5605

 

  Craig

post #5 of 28

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Now I have never tried horse meat but hell Markie will eat anything. I have always said that you should try everything twice you or they might have screwed it up the first time. Show me Mr. Ed and I'll make hamburgers.

post #6 of 28

Maybe someone can bring some to Jerry's in April and we can all try it.

post #7 of 28

I had a steak once. It's different from beef, much leaner and more flavourful. Not in a gamey sense, but different. I found it similar in taste profile to bison or ostrich.

post #8 of 28

I had a terrific spaghetti with meat sauce meal while in Vienna, Austria and the cook told me it was horse meat. I ate way too much of it and was sick the rest of the night.

post #9 of 28
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Originally Posted by AK1 View Post

I had a steak once. It's different from beef, much leaner and more flavourful. Not in a gamey sense, but different. I found it similar in taste profile to bison or ostrich.



 

Interesting. I love bison.

post #10 of 28

Saw it in the meat market as a kid... mom wouldn't cook it.... (that I knew of)

I've eaten moose and I would think it would be close to that too ????....

 

 

Dave

post #11 of 28

OOOOOOOOK

I have never had horse meat to my knowledge even in the foreign country's I was in. My personal opinion is; I don't see it happening, as the animal activists will have a hay day with it. I can just see it now, my local butcher or grocery store having horse meat in the case and a mob out front picketing the place. On the other hand it would create jobs, and lord knows we need to do that where ever possible. So in that aspect it would be a good thing. I don't know which side of the fence I sit on with this issue. 

post #12 of 28
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Originally Posted by solaryellow View Post

Maybe someone can bring some to Jerry's in April and we can all try it.



Probably be hard to get...Most of the meat would be shipped to Europe and Asia, where it's treated as a delicacy.

post #13 of 28
Thread Starter 

Since posting this I have been rocking Google..

 

Most countrys,except ours of course, sell and enjoy horse meat.

 

It looks like they have a fair amount of fat and the steaks look tasty.

 

Lots of sausage pics too.

 

Looks like S. America really enjoys it as does Central/Eastern Europe.

 

 

MMMMM Trigger sausage....

 

  Craig

post #14 of 28
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Originally Posted by fpnmf View Post

Since posting this I have been rocking Google..

 

Most countrys,except ours of course, sell and enjoy horse meat.

 

It looks like they have a fair amount of fat and the steaks look tasty.

 

Lots of sausage pics too.

 

Looks like S. America really enjoys it as does Central/Eastern Europe.

 

 

MMMMM Trigger sausage....

 

  Craig


That is too bad... I was thinking if it was lean, it could be the mascot of the Y.A.W.Y.E. group....biggrin.gif
 

 

post #15 of 28
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That is too bad... I was thinking if it was lean, it could be the mascot of the Y.A.W.Y.E. group....biggrin.gif
 

 



 

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post #16 of 28

POPS..... what are your thoughts on this.... Dave

 

Nutrition

Meat from goats and horses is low in fat. A 100-gram (3 1/2 ounces) serving of cooked, roasted meat contains:

Goat: 143 calories; 27 grams protein; 3 grams fat; 3.7 milligrams iron; 86 milligrams sodium; and 75 milligrams cholesterol.

Horse: 175 calories; 28 grams protein; 6 grams fat; 5 milligrams iron; 55 milligrams sodium; and 68 milligrams cholesterol.

post #17 of 28

Well if we start spreading the rummor that eating horse meat will make you well endowed... like a horse, then lots of guys will be grilling it up every weekend! laugh1.gif

post #18 of 28

Years ago when I was working with my dad in our custom processing plant, we had a couple from France that had us process a horse for them. I flat out told my dad that I would not cut up a horse no matter how much I was paid and the French couple claimed that they ate it all the time at home. I told them to go back home then and eat horse there. Dad wasn't too pleased with me and made me help him process it anyway. Needless to say I wasn't the employee of the week. 

 

I did inform my horse loving friends when these people would be coming to pick up their horse meat and left it at that.  When they drove down the road to the shop, they were greeted by close to 70 mounted protesting riders. When the couple paid for the processing, dad told them to find someone else to do their meat cuz he wasn't going to do another horse in his life time.

 

I could tell that he horse was grass fed as the fat was more yellow, much like grass fed beef.

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Originally Posted by JIRodriguez View Post

Well if we start spreading the rummor that eating horse meat will make you well endowed... like a horse, then lots of guys will be grilling it up every weekend! laugh1.gif

Now that's Just TFF th_roflmao.gifrofl.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by Dutch View Post

I did inform my horse loving friends when these people would be coming to pick up their horse meat and left it at that.  When they drove down the road to the shop, they were greeted by close to 70 mounted protesting riders. When the couple paid for the processing, dad told them to find someone else to do their meat cuz he wasn't going to do another horse in his life time.

That is exactly what I have pictured

post #20 of 28

Y'all have to look no further cuz nepas has eaten horse meat a few times back home.

 

Its really not bad and like any other animal the older it is the tougher.

 

If i can get my hands on some i will make a video of what i will do with it.

 

 

Stay down now while im tenderizing ya before i grind and stuff ya.

 

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