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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    not enough fat in them to cook properly, imo. as a mince i liked it though
    when you make venison sausages/burgers you add pork belly (and rosemary and breadcrumbs) to account fot the leanness. mmm yummy scrummy
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    That actually sounds like a good idea. I love cooking. It's edible science. How cool is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pando
    I've been thinking about eating kangaroo meat every since I saw it was available in several stores here... Just a bit expensive though. Any dish you Aussies recommend?
    Nota's recipe for Kangaroo Tail Soup

    1 Kangaroo Tail
    2 litres Water
    1 Stalk Celery
    1 large Carrot
    10 Peppercorns
    1 large Onion
    Cloves
    30 grams Flour
    30-60 grams Dripping
    Salt
    Tomato Sauce
    1 5kg Rock

    Wash, scald and dry the tail and divide the large joints at the root and shake in the flour. Heat the dripping and brown the pieces of tail.

    Add 3 quarts of water and gently cook for 6 hours. Add the other ingredients and simmer for a further 10-12 hours, or until the rock is tender. Strain the stock into a large basin. Take out the pieces of tail and feed them to your attack-dog. You eat the rock


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    Usually there's a price-premium to be paid here as well for roo meat, except for kanga bangas (sausages) which are quite cheap and very tasty imo. Camel burgers are ok too. I've never tried Roast Echidna ..

    If you don't mind the gamey aspect then roo steaks are good eating if, as mentioned, you take care not to dry them out when cooking

    Here's a couple of good sites for you Pando

    http://www.macromeats.com/ (purveyors of kanga bangas etc)

    http://www.kangaroo-industry.asn.au/...s/product.html

    K-roo leather is outstanding, very thin and so soft but also the world's strongest hide for its weight. I've got boots, belt and my wallet made from roo, they are truly excellent. If you want top-quality roo shoes that last then have a gander at the Kangaroo Craftsman eg from RM Williams (one-piece upper construction!) they also do the other stuff

    http://www.rmwilliams.com.au/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nota
    Usually there's a price-premium to be paid here as well for roo meat, except for kanga bangas (sausages) which are quite cheap and very tasty imo. Camel burgers are ok too. I've never tried Roast Echidna ..

    If you don't mind the gamey aspect then roo steaks are good eating if, as mentioned, you take care not to dry them out when cooking
    camel jerky is awesome
    wild goat is good for steaks, or cut into strips to make yur own kebabs too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    I wonder if the Kangaroo had collision insurance.
    Haha most likely not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    That's a limousine???
    Bastards! lol, and aparently it is a limousine... There's a sticker under the boot floor with all the details and lists of options for the car on them, ours says "Audi A6 SE Limousine 2.4 V6"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    Bastards! lol, and aparently it is a limousine... There's a sticker under the boot floor with all the details and lists of options for the car on them, ours says "Audi A6 SE Limousine 2.4 V6"
    I guess the definition of "limousine" varies throughout the world. I always thought one universal definition, though, means that there is some kind of separation between the driver's compartment and rear compartment.

    A factory limousine (with partition):
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    I guess the definition of "limousine" varies throughout the world. I always thought one universal definition, though, means that there is some kind of separation between the driver's compartment and rear compartment.

    A factory limousine (with partition):
    Yeah, that's sorta like my uncles limo, just his is a Ford Granada...
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    As I said some posts ago saloons (or sedans if you prefer) are called limousines in Germany.

    Does anyone bother to read the thread before posting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    Yeah, that's sorta like my uncles limo, just his is a Ford Granada...
    A Ford Granada limo? I've not heard of that! Any photos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer
    As I said some posts ago saloons (or sedans if you prefer) are called limousines in Germany.

    Does anyone bother to read the thread before posting?
    Yeah, I read that.
    Does that Dutch one have a partition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    Yeah, I read that.
    Does that Dutch one have a partition?
    I doubt it, it'd kill the legroom. Anyone got any info on the A6L of the Japanese market?
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    Here's an '84 Granada limo. THought I had a 79 Mk1 but no
    BTW, as per the norm the US "Ford Granada" was a poorer vehicle sharing the name
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    Here's an '84 Granada limo. THought I had a 79 Mk1 but no
    BTW, as per the norm the US "Ford Granada" was a poorer vehicle sharing the name
    That is really interesting. I don't think I've seen one before... at car shows or photos or whatever.
    Yeah, the U.S. Granadas were nothing like that one!
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    I think my uncles Granada limo is a 91
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