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BBC Article : Indonesias Best And Goriest Cuisine

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http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20160419-indonesias-best-and-goriest-cuisine

 

How do you cook bat or python? Not even going to ask about canine's. 

 

How would you get this product into the USA? 

 

Do you think this would make a good challenge?

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I'm sure you could get python. Florida would reward you for any further reason to diminish their now wild and invasive python population. Just as rattlesnake can be had for cooking. 

Palace of the Brine -- "I hear the droning in the shrine of the sea monkeys." Saltair
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@phatch Do you have any python recipes? 

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Can't say I do. I've heard good things about rattlesnake chili.
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I've heard good things about rattlesnake chili.

I'd eat that in a heartbeat. But not the still beating heart. If you get my drift. :)

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I worked in Texas for a summer, at a remote Navy landing field. At the end of the day someone had to walk the runways and it was that persons responsibility to catch and dispatch all rattlesnakes found. On Friday the fire department ran a BBQ at which the rattler was the primary protein. Even though folks always say it tastes like chicken all it ever tasted to me was BBQ sauce and smoke.
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