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Alternative Meats Ostrich Fillet Steaks

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      30.09.2008 15:53
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      Ostriches are better in safari parks and zoos, not on a plate!

      Last weekend our town held its annual food festival. At this festival you can get a wide range of different food and drink products.

      We saw an ostrich stall, so being intreagued went for a nosey.

      They had for sale ostrich burgers, ostrich sausages, ostrich pate, ostrich steaks, just to name a few!

      What caught our eye was a small piece of ostrich wich had been chopped, mixed with various herbs, and then wrapped in chicken breast, and wrapped again in smoked bacon.
      The lady on the stall said it tastes like beef but without the fat, so as beef lovers we couldnt wait to give it a try!

      We bought one and decided to have it for lunch on Sunday.

      Sunday arrive and I roasted the meat for about 45 mins. It cooked really well an looked really scrummy, we couldnt wait to try it!

      I was very dissapointed with my Sunday luch this week!
      The ostrich had the same texture of beef but had a very strong distinctive taste and a very pungent smell.

      I wont be trying it again sadly...I think I will stick to my roast beef and yorkshire puddings!


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