Unicorn meat?

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Has been COTD!
Purred: Thu Jun 24, '10 6:40pm PST 
ThinkGeek is advertising unicorn meat. Is unicorn meat available in supermarkets, or do I have to order it via the Internet?


Purred: Fri Jun 25, '10 11:23am PST 
Harvey, you have to put in a special order with Hogwarts. I believe Hagrid is in charge of distribution. He's very touchy about it, though. Personally, I don't think it's worth risking his wrath.


Purred: Fri Jun 25, '10 1:45pm PST 
I think that those who eat unicorn meat have nothing but hopelessness and despair to look forward to the rest of their lives. Unless you are waiting to find the Philospher's Stone or something, I wouldn't advise it.


jadyn liana- macavity-bla- ck

god heard, god- answered, the- mystery cat
Purred: Fri Jun 25, '10 4:20pm PST 
i think you can order it off of certain porn sites.

and hey, don't judge. ever read any slash fanfic? (and no, i did not just say something obscene. i just made the point, to those in the know, that being embedded in something considered risque does not mean something is not legitimate, whether artistically or...culinarily, if that's a word.

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Has been COTD!
Purred: Mon Jun 28, '10 3:43pm PST 
The ThinkGeek thing was an April Fool's joke which angered the National Pork Board (!!!) since they used the expression "the other white meat."

See http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/unicorn-meat.shtml

And if you're too pressed for time to go to the website, here is the text:

Pâté is passé. Unicorn - the new white meat.
Excellent source of sparkles! (Note: the purported meat does, indeed, have sparkles.)

Unicorns, as we all know, frolic all over the world, pooping rainbows and marshmallows wherever they go. What you don't know is that when unicorns reach the end of their lifespan, they are drawn to County Meath, Ireland. The Sisters at Radiant Farms have dedicated their lives to nursing these elegant creatures through their final days. Taking a cue from the Kobe beef industry, they massage each unicorn's coat with Guinness daily and fatten them on a diet comprised entirely of candy corn.

As the unicorn ages, its meat becomes fatty and marbled and the living bone in the horn loses density in a process much like osteoporosis. The horn's outer layer of keratin begins to develop a flavor very similar to candied almonds. Blending the crushed unicorn horn into the meat adds delightful, crispy flavor notes in each bite. We are confident you will find a world of bewilderment in every mouthful of scrumptious unicorn meat.

Savory Unicorn & Heirloom Tomato Bruchetta Recipe

•14 ounce can of Unicorn Meat
•6 or 7 ripe plum tomatoes (about 1 1/2 lbs)
•2 cloves garlic, minced
•1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
•1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
•6-8 fresh basil leaves, chopped.
•Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
•1 baguette French bread or similar Italian bread
•1/4 cup olive oil
Chop the tomatoes and mix with garlic, olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and basil leaves. Toss well. Slice baguettes on the diagonal about 1/2" thick. Brush each slice with olive oil and add a full rounded tablespoon of Unicorn Meat, spreading over each piece. Toast in a 450 degree directly on over rock for 5-6 minutes. Do a little funky dance by yourself until it's toasted. Serve with tomato mixture and some flaming Absinthe.

Radiant Farms Canned Unicorn Meat Specifications

•Limited availability
•14 ounces of delicious unicorn meat, canned for your convenience
•Imported from a small independent cannery in County Meath, Ireland
•Crunchy horn bits in every bite - an excellent source of Calcium
•Tastes like rotisserie chicken but with a hint of marshmallow sweetness
•Easily spreadable for sandwiches, hors d'oeuvres, and more
•Sparkly meat lends the unmistakable air of class and sophistication to your parties
•Unlike other meats, unicorn fat is polyunsaturated and lowers your LDL cholesterol
•Not yet approved by the USDA or FDA, but the nuns have eaten it for centuries and they're healthy as horses.

Um, somebody had a lot of fun writing that...


Has been COTD!
Purred: Mon Jun 28, '10 3:45pm PST 
...And how I came upon that website, I have no idea.


Purred: Tue Jun 29, '10 2:37pm PST 
That's pretty Exciting. Keiko could probably take down a unicorn if you let her. Haha mmmmm Unicorn is a Winged Elven delicacy, you know? We enjoy it very much. (:


Has been COTD!
Purred: Wed Jun 30, '10 7:12am PST 
What the heck is an "Heirloom Tomato"???

Charmaine- Neville

Hey Dawlin!!!!
Purred: Wed Jun 30, '10 7:21am PST 
"Heirloom Tomatoes" are older types of tomatoes that are not grown for commercial sale. Some people enjoy "reviving" these types of vegetables. There are also "Heirloom Roses", older types not seen in gardens, but types that do well in various areas of the U.S. There is a huge rose garden at the LSU Rural Life Center in Baton Rouge, and most of them are "Heirloom Roses", they may not look like the roses seen in florists shops, but their scent is wonderful!!

The New Orleans Kitties


Has been COTD!
Purred: Thu Jul 1, '10 12:32am PST 
Gee, and I thought "Heirloom Tomatoes" were something you inherited from your grandmother...learn something new every day.

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