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 Post subject: it's in season!
PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 5:42 am 
not much better than a meat pie.

here is a good one from the rock!

Newfoundland Flipper Pie

2 seal flippers
1 small turnip, cubed
3 carrots , sliced
2 onions, sliced
1 parsnip, sliced
2 ½ cups water
1 ½ oz screech
½ fat back pork
2 tbsp vinegar

DUMPLING PASTRY:
1 ½ cups flour
2 tsp baking powder
small pat of butter

Cut all fat and slag from flippers, place them in a deep dish
and add enough boiling water to cover, add vinegar and set
aside to cool, then wipe dry with a paper towel and place
in baking pan or large casserole dish. Add pepper and salt
to taste, cover with sliced onions and sliced fat pork,
dribble the screech over the contents. Cover and cook for 2
hours in a pre heated oven , 375 degrees. Boil turnip,
carrots and parsnip in 2 ½ cups of water for 20 minutes.
When ready place in baking dish along with flipper. Use
vegetable water for gravy... thickened with flour. Make
dumpling pastry and pat over flippers and vegetables. Cover
and bake gently until pastry is done (about 15 minutes).

Will


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http://www.ooze.com/ooze13/cats.html

(Warning: graphic images. Mary)

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Meta, your linked site was disgusting to me (as a full-time cat owner and part-time cat lover - sometimes the beast misbehaves but he is supposed to be domesticated and so we tolerate each other and besides I saved a life).


Will, I saw you had posted this on Bill Glasheen's forum and was hoping you would do so here as well. T'anks bye! :)

I have never tried seal flipper pie but I understand it is a great delicacy and if I ever get back to "the Rock".... I'm going to give it a go.


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Mary S wrote:
(as a full-time cat owner and part-time cat lover - sometimes the beast misbehaves but he is supposed to be domesticated and so we tolerate each other and besides I saved a life).




I saved one as well as was a disgarded kitten. Now the thing is heavy enough I can hear it walk on floor upstairs...trust me big cat needs dog door to access basement 8O
Was raised by dog and thinks like one, will attack if you go front door and friend if back.
Been treated to some low fat open fire receipes/methods I will share as the real "in season" comes to play in Lunenburg. Troy says hi!

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Excellent Leo - I'm looking forward to your recipes!!! I'm obviously gonna have to haul down Lunenburg way some day and see if you'll treat me to some of your open fire cooking!!! :)

My cat is a monster as well but I know he loves me....er....or the food I feed him. I bought some beautiful salmon over the weekend and I thought he was going to have kittens (and he is a "he") when I gave him some as a treat.

Big fat HI back to Troy!!! :D


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Mary S wrote:
My cat is a monster as well but I know he loves me....er....or the food I feed him. I bought some beautiful salmon over the weekend and I thought he was going to have kittens (and he is a "he") when I gave him some as a treat.


I know what you mean:

http://messybeast.com/eat-cats.htm

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