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    Moab BBQ meat?

    NY strip--- Rib eye---chicken???
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    Rib eye! But I imagine Mel can work his magic cooking anything from jackalope to antelope.
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    Chicken? That's barely off the vegetable chart.
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    You guys lack imagination! How about some of the local fare like Rattlesnake stew and Scorpion Crunchies with a side of Prairie dog. Peyote buttons for desert washed down with Mescal and you will all be floating over those trails.

    Just kidding but my vote would go for the Rib Eye all the way.

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    Scorpion Crunchies !!!!! ha ha LOL Got a good laugh out of that one Gary.
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    Insects are a delicacy if the world. Ate them by the dozens when I used to visit Mexico regularly. Don't know about Scorpion Crunchies, but I'd try them. With the renewable heat source culinary talent that will be assembled in Moab next week as long as it is dead it will be good.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TWilight View Post
    What's to laugh at ? Have you not had Scorpion Crunchies before ? You can either have them Salted, dipped in Chocolate, or...the latest craze is Caramel with Sea Salt. Yummmmmmm
    But, whatever you do, do NOT microwave them



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    Nothing against trying it, it just made me laugh. Gary was pretty sharp witted that early in the morning.
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    TWilightMike is getting pretty silly, he needs to get out and do more motorcycle riding. Maybe put in another couple hundred thousand miles.
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    I don't know what the local game is out in Moab but when ever I travel to new places I always try to find the local foods of the area. Who would go to Maine and not eat fresh lobster if they like shell fish? I suspect out there you could find some pretty cool foods. Maybe Bison burgers or even Mountain Lion, Elk or Sheep. When you go to Buffalo you eat wings and in Philly you have Cheese Steak so out there you have to go for what is a good local favorite. And Yes, I absolutely would try Rattlesnake, Mountain Oysters, Scorpions and any of the local bugs they cook. Where is your sense of adventure?

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    I do not eat wings, cheese steak, mountain oysters, or tripe. Anywhere.

    Bison is usually very tough and gamey. Mountain lion is illegal as it is a protected species. Elk is arguably the best eating of all North American deer. All indigenous sheep and goats far exceed the domesticated breeds as table fare. The pronghorn is also delectable. Rattlesnakes have a mild flavor, and unlike other critters, the bigger they are the better they eat. No other indigenous snakes I've tried compare.

    I did ride from Tennessee to Maine and back during my junior year of high school for the sole purpose of sampling a fresh Maine lobster. Oh, to be 16 again with Vicki's perky nipples squashed against my back for 2800 miles over 3 days. It was a very nice trip.




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