A horse by any other name — 18 Comments

  1. Horsemeat could become a new stable staple, in  our diets.I'd have neigh problems eating it. I'd be champing at the bit. As long as it doesn't give me the trots.

  2. I can't WAAAIIIT to see my sister who couldn't shut the fuck up about the great deals on pre-packed mince beef she'd get  all the time in Tesco. I might even gallop up to visit her tomorrow just for the laugh – she fucking HATES being proven wrong

  3. I once tasted a grilled zebra steak and thought it delicious, so I have no culinary objections to people eating grilled or braised horsemeat. In fact I think FAS could support job creation by helping to set up Irish zebra farms though I'd guess that Bord na gCapall would lodge strong objections to such an imaginative venture. In the high Andes they cook guinea pigs and in some parts of the world they breed large white mice for the pot. Let us try to solve our unemployment problem practically by establishing novelty meat production. Boiled bacon and cabbage is a monotonous part of Irish cuisine. Let's get adventurous.

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