RAW HORSE MEAT…ICE CREAM???

September 23, 2007

Yes, ladies and gents…not only have I posted to this blog more than once this week, I’ve posted something about raw horse meat twice! Why? Well, I’m not exactly sure, but I think it has something to do with reassuring myself that there’s something a little off about this place, but anywho, straight from the whacky whorld of MSN Mainichi Daily News:

The Wackier Word of Japanese Ice Cream

“Raw Horseflesh Ice Cream (Basashi Aisu):We’re not horsing around with this one. There mere thought of putting raw horseflesh into ice cream may be enough to produce plenty of neigh … er, naysayers. And, rightfully so. You can get it straight from the horse’s mouth, this would have to vie for the vilest ice cream ever created. The chunks of meat inside it offer ample proof of why horseflesh is usually used in dog food. Not wanting to be a nag, this flavor needs a definite gee-up. The only saving grace is perhaps that tonight’s dessert could well have been last week’s odds-on favorite. [ Copyright 2005-2006 THE MAINICHI NEWSPAPERS…oops]

Other wonderful flavors include: Chicken Ice Cream, Shark Fin and Noodle Ice Cream, WHALE FLESH Ice Cream, Goat Ice Cream (made from goat’s milk with hearty chunks of meat…not Kosher), Oyster Ice Cream, Abalone Ice Cream, Spinach Ice Cream, and my personal favorite, Lettuce and Potato Ice Cream. Original Article + Pictures HERE

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12 Responses to “RAW HORSE MEAT…ICE CREAM???”

  1. Pete Says:

    This is sick.

    Where can I buy it? :o)


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