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    How to cook an Ostrich!

    Well, now I have seen grilling through a new lense!

    https://youtu.be/WCRBKyYSg-U

    #2
    Where I grew up there was a huge push for alternative meat so they were trying to push ostrich, emu, and even camel. None of it really took off other than ostrich/emu burgers and eggs at some places. They do still have ostrich chariot races every year at the date festival though.

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      #3
      Goes to show that you can grill anything and make a feast out of it. I guess in the end you could say this was just another yardbird? And those two guys can really chug the wine!

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      • Alphonse
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        They sure don't sip it do they? There's some ritual of slinging the last drop out on the ground by the one gent.

      #4
      Early 90's in southwest Louisiana, Ostrich and Emu craze. Lotta people lost mucho $$$$ investing in that circus.

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      • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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        it was SoCal in the mid-80's, musta moved East after it failed lol

      #5
      I’ve tried ostrich before, not bad. Tastes kinda like duck billed platypus.

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      • ofelles
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        I bet it's great with your Clam Chowder also.

      #6
      I've watch the guy with the bandage before. Lots of fun at that house.

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      • Alphonse
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        Yes, he is all about cooking. I watched them cook a bison on one of the YouTubes. BTW, his finger was still bandaged. He must have cut it badly making the Ostrich cook video!

      • HawkerXP
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        "Honey. I'm going down to Safeway. Need me to pick something up?"

        "Yes, dear. Pick up an Ostrich for dinner please."

      • Panhead John
        Panhead John commented
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        Again? We just had ostrich last week.

      #7
      I grill ostrich steaks (fillet and rump), ostrich burger patties and use a fair amount of ostrich minced meat.
      Ostrich biltong is great.
      Never eaten the egg though.
      Did have a ride on an ostrich some twenty years back.

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        #8
        Lol you gotta love these guys. Pulls out a vat of red wine then they chug a glass filled to the absolute brim. Hilarious

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          #9
          I call the drum stick!

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