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I am constantly amazed at how animated and talkative people get when you mention food. The mere aroma of certain foods can evoke memories that transport us back to a special place and time. Food can bridge the gap between all ages, races and ethnicities.
Let's face it, the only thing that should ever come between people is a table and some serving bowls.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

BFF

No, it does not stand for best friends forever. The BFF actually stands for Big Foot Farming. I did not believe it myself until some friends of mine filled me in on some little known goings on in the game meat production industry. I am sure you have all at one time or another heard about the legend of Big Foot also known as Sasquatch and several other names depending on what part of the world you are from. Well, I guess it turns out that those occasional big foot sightings in various parts of the world were not a fluke. Turns out that all those different sightings coincide with the exact locations of several Sasquatch farms or ranches, if ranch raised, the animals are allowed to roam at will over hundreds of acres, foraging off foliage. Farm-raised Sasquatch live in more confined outdoor areas and are fed grains such as wheat, alfalfa, or corn. What the animal eats can affect the taste of the meat. Sasquatch, venison, antelope, boar, pheasant, and other exotic species are now farm raised in the United States, and are under voluntary USDA inspection. For an increasing number of restaurants and home diners, exotic meats are becoming more commonplace.
Up until now I had never seen Sasquatch meat in any of the super markets that I shop at nor had I ever seen it offered on any restaurant menu. So needless to say I was beginning to think that this was just some silly rumor that just got out of hand until.....
I actually came across a company that is finally distributing Sasquatch Meat to the public in the form of Sasquatch Jerky. It must be a very luxurious cut of meat, I would love to try it but when I saw the price I knew this had to be an exceptional gourmet find. I guess I will have to put Sasquatch Jerky on my wish list of things to try right under Beluga Caviar........unless Donald Trump sees it in his heart to invite me over for dinner!


FYI - Bigfoot is far from being confined to North America. He is found in almost all parts of the world by many names. Here are just a few of the places he has been seen and his name given by the natives:
North America - Bigfoot, Sasquatch Europe - Kaptar, Biabin-guli, Grendel, Ferla Mohir, Brenin Ilwyd Africa - Ngoloko,Kikomba. Asia - Gin-sung, Yeti, Mirygdy ,Mecheny, Chinese Wildman, Nguoi Rung

4 comments:

joe@italyville said...

and it's only $499! Haha!

Julie said...

I know, Joe and that's the sale price lol!

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Julie said...

Thank you, Tennon Parman