hehe. They are tasty, if you cook 'em right.
I'd be more worried if we were told to eat kiwis...... there are at least three different meanings I'm aware of, one of which is cannabalistic.
EDIT: Just remembered a fourth possible meaning....
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Mmmmmm........ Kanga Bangers for dinner tonight methinks!
I've never had roo sausages before, but I've had tail (done on a campfire) and roo steak before. It's actually tasty IMO.
I'd go for austrich burgers, those are real tasty!
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At my old home town (a place called Kempsey on the mid-north coast of NSW), we had a pie shop called Fredo Pies. They were actually semi-famous for making all sorts of unusual pies there. I'm pretty sure they had a roo pie but the one that I remember the most was their croc pie.
Kangaroo is an excellent meat... When I go back home (to Perth) we often have steak and even better Kangaroo satay... mmmmmmmmm...
We can even get Kangaroo meat here now in Borneo! There's a small restaurant across the border from us (in a little oil town in Sarawak called Miri) that serves Kangaroo steaks and its really good (they also serve ostrich).
I've never had jump steak (as it's sometimes referred to as*), but I'm not averse to the idea.
* I'm pretty sure that's not grammatically correct, but I'm very tired.
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Last time when I was in Melbourne I tried a Kangaroo burger but got a stomach bug after so that was the only time. I live in NZ btw.
Anybody tried monitor lizard? It's really good in soup or roasted (dipped in chili) to accompany a beer drinking session.