Me no see Fruffy. Fruffy not here. Fruffy was good cat, always happy.
did they hear any barking out back?
Why not? I’m a bit surprised that folks in Kentucky, of all places, would rat on them.
One of my daughters ran into a deer in her car earlier this year. After a game warden was called and shot the deer to finish it off, he told her she could bring it home and eat it.
One of our sons went and cut it up for her, and they made part of it into delicious sausage, which went into our freezer. Yummers.
The see that Chinese restaurant owners said they planned to eat it themselves, not serve it to customers.
Anyway, hopefully they can reopen, once inspectors determine that they have “sanitized” the place, whatever that means.
If it left a blood trail, at least it was fresh.
Better than some restaurants
But in my youthful public service days as Deer Warden, road kill moose and deer went straight to a series of restaurants in my jurisdiction in consideration of various in-kind emoluments. That is why I am not a Presidential Candidate. Not a problem, since the orphanage and county jail often had more than they could deal with.
Moose, BTW, is the viand of the gods. Roasts, delish. Ground moose with a bit of fatback or sowbelly mixed in is the best damn burger you're ever going to eat. Makes them orphans strong!
If theis was the criteria for shutting down resturants, most of theones in West Virginia would be closed.
And I was all set to make my special roadkill stew!
Hemorrhagic disease, tapeworm, lungworm, roundworm, foot worms, hoof and mouth disease, brainworms...
“Ummmmm.....there seems to be an antler in my sweet and sour shrimp.”
“Just part of our secret recipe. You know, like Colonel’s chicken.”
That said it is not lawful in most states to take any game animal into a place where commercial food is served or processed for processing.
I've been lucky enough to find several deer hit by autos on the road to my work-site - all still were 'warm to the touch.' All were immediately 'dressed' - all provided very good food.
If there is no body heat then it is harder to skin the deer, but that does not mean that the meat is going to be bad. If the musk glands were ripped open by the impact, that's a different story - possibly making it less than satisfactory, depending on how much of it went where. But, even that can be dealt with by a knowledgeable hunter.
I wouldn't recommend recovering a deer for the table to just anyone. It takes a LOT of work, and it has to be done immediately - and whoever is doing that work better know everything he/she needs to know. Otherwise it wouldn't be wise to tackle the job.
Yeah, they should get their meat from the grocery store where it’s made! /s
Okay, Louisiana, I can understand.