Skip to comments.Lion meat tacos cause uproar in Florida
Posted on 05/09/2013 6:40:45 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
- Exotic meat tacos at a Florida restaurant are causing a big uproar.
The small tacos at Tampa's Taco Fusion restaurant look enticing and many who try them say they are tasty. The meat in question -- lion....
The specialty tacos cost about $35. The restaurant also serves other exotic meats, such as beaver tacos and camel tacos.
Brad Barnett, the restaurant's operation manager, says it is all legal. His message to people: "If you don't like it, don't eat it."
(Excerpt) Read more at abclocal.go.com ...
Beaver and camel tacos...nope, NOT gonna say it
Camel tacos... camel tacos...
Sounds familiar. Have I had those before?
No, wait... it was a camel-toed beaver. I remember now...
Carnivore meat is a bit gamey.
But some people like that.
Who am I to criticize?
Aren’t lions on the endangered species list though? And no name calling by the libs or this atrocity? Bet it’s cat meat, not lion ...
I can understand the controversy. Lions are not indigenous to Spain or Mexico and so don’t go well with tacos — unless we are talking about mountain lions or lions who have eaten their Hispanic trainers.
As I open the item stating, “I will not post to this thread, I will not post to this thread, I will not post to this thread.”
Taco Fusion CAVED to the whiners....
Beaver Tacos? Sounds like something that runs on Cinimax around 2AM...
“Beaver and camel tacos...nope, NOT gonna say it”
Go ahead and say it! Most of us are already thinking it. :)
Maybe they meant cougar tacos...dang it, I went there.
Hey, if you don't like it, don't eat it!
Bever taco.. redundant.
One time at Band Camp, I got tackled by a Camel toed Beaver.
All “fashionable” libs will be lining up for the Tacos Devine!
(Oops - wrong predator)
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