You could’ve taken it home and killed it and took it apart and put it in a deep freezer and fed your wife and kids and dogs for the whole damn winter, if you had the wherewithal.
Buffalo meat is tricky to cook. It’s so lean it can go dry and tasteless pretty quick. I avoid this by cooking beef instead.
Working in restaurants for a lot of years, I know that tourists love buffalo burgers. “Oh, look Courtney,” they’ll say in their New York or Wisconsin or Alabama accent, “a buffalo burger. How quaint! Do we dare?”
Sure as shit, they dare.
Here, have a piece of leather with some cheese melted on it. Ten bucks.
*everbody in South Dakota goes LOL*
Someday, Dr. Oz will say on tv that buffalo meat is good for you, which it is, and all the buffalo will disappear again—just like what happened with kale a few months ago. Dr. Oz told his drones that kale was good for them and BOOM no more kale. It was a short-lived fad, however, due to the fact that kale tastes like absolute fucking shit. Sometimes, even a drone can rebel.
Gimme cabbage anyday. Kale is just fucked up cabbage. It’s what happens to cabbage when you plant it under power lines or next to nuclear power plants or in New Jersey.
Craving sauerkraut suddenly. Brb.