Roof-Hare Suggestions from PWEETA
What is roof-hare? The euphemism applies to cat meat. Minus skin, feet, head and tail, hares and cats appear quite similar. Roof-hare does NOT taste like chicken. When at sea during Thanksgiving (happened every time) we had run out of turkey before the last watch relieved. The substitute meat looked like nice, big portions of fried chicken. It turned out to be rabbitt legs --most liked it, but it was so gamey it seemed an acquired taste. Well, I believe cat meat an is acquired taste, too.
PWEETA (People Who Enjoy Eating Tasty Animals) folks share their philosophy with several recipes. (WARNING: detailed butchering graphics are shown, if you look for them).
My favorite recipe follows (please do not use pets or collared creatures):
BEER ROASTED CAT
1 cat cut into roast
1 can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup
1 cube of beef bouillon1 clove of garlic
1 Fine Irish Stout, like Guinness