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Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Carnivore's 100

Inspired by The Omnivore's 100, and Tiger and Strawberries' The Vegetarian 100, I created my own Carnivore's 100.

Man, am I hungry now.

1. This list is in no particular order nor is it all encompassing. It is limited to land-based animals and are not always cuts of meat, but preparations. I like all kinds of foods, and have tried all kinds of foods, but there will probably be a heavy European and American bent. I'll be really interested to hear what your additions or subtractions should be. If you don't know what it is, google it. I haven't eaten all of these items myself (MOST of them. Except the ones involving blood.), but a consensus of random people (read: my coworkers and the Twitterverse) insisted on a few of them.
2. As before, cross out what you'd never eat, bold what you've had.
3. Comment here if you've posted it to your blog, I'd love to see other people's lists!

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage
15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments
18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings
25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam
36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich
40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay
43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne
51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami
66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash
69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta
74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade
83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy
86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki
94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew
100. Loose meat

14 comments:

Kate The Great said...

This is a fantastic list! I am right at 49 out of 100...

But hey, where's the Deep Fried Turkey??!!

That is the best kind of turkey I've ever had!

E. said...

I thought of another one, besides rogan josh. Tacos alpastor (chopped pork marinated in spices & pineapple juice, grilled/fried and served in warm tortillas w/ diced onions and lots of cilantro... and if you're me, some of the really hot picante.)

k said...

i think i saw on the food network that head cheese is illegal to make the 'real' way...any insight on that?

yay!! shit on a shingle! i love that, well, shit!

great list!

liz said...

i totally agree re: deep fried turkey... awesome!

also, what about steak tartare or something else raw?

signed,
i <3 raw kibby

Julie said...

Kate-- I love debating this stuff. And you haven't had turkey until you've had terry's smoked turkey. Mmm-MM!

E.-- Ooh. Yum.

K-- Really? I'll look into that.

Liz-- psst. Tartare is on the list. I LOVE tartare. It's a fancy version of stealing a bite of meatloaf before it's cooked.

The Boyfriend said...

Add to the list: bologna, Cheeseburger Big Bite (see last month's "How the Hell Can You EAT That?"), and potted meat.

(Thank you, Sweetie, for including red-eye gravy on the list.)

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage

15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments

18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings

25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam

36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich

40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay

43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne

51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami

66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash

69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta

74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade

83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy

86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki

94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew

100. Loose meat

Sara said...

i posted it on my old lj. www.livejournal.com/users/agirlnamedsara

I really want to know what some of those things are but i'm too tired to google em now.

vudutu said...

Where's the moose meat? We have done Turducken a few times, my question is what do you call a Chicken stuffed into a Pheasant into a Turkey?

JKNEPFLE said...

Great idea. In some ways, it's odd to me that I haven't tried some of these classics. In other ways, it makes me happy that I've got something to look forward to. :)

http://joshknepfle.blogspot.com/2008/09/carnivore-100.html

k said...

julie-
i feel like they said head cheese couldn't be made the traditional way (for sale) because it's against FDA regulations to boil the head of an animal??

p.s. brined turkey is the best!

Julie said...

K-- I'll DEFINITELY have to look into that. Eeenteresting.

Last year, Terry's was brined and then smoked. AWESOME.

jeff said...

my first instict was to simply respond.

my second, and I mean this, is to confess my undying foodie-love.

my third instinct is to create a list of my own.

The Baco-Vores 100

Navy Dad said...

Here are a few additions to your Carnivore 100 from the United States military's top chefs!

http://navydads.blogspot.com/2008/09/whooo-wheee.html

Schatzi said...

Only 60/100.

http://gourmanderie.wordpress.com/2008/10/13/the-carnivores-100/

Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Carnivore's 100

Inspired by The Omnivore's 100, and Tiger and Strawberries' The Vegetarian 100, I created my own Carnivore's 100.

Man, am I hungry now.

1. This list is in no particular order nor is it all encompassing. It is limited to land-based animals and are not always cuts of meat, but preparations. I like all kinds of foods, and have tried all kinds of foods, but there will probably be a heavy European and American bent. I'll be really interested to hear what your additions or subtractions should be. If you don't know what it is, google it. I haven't eaten all of these items myself (MOST of them. Except the ones involving blood.), but a consensus of random people (read: my coworkers and the Twitterverse) insisted on a few of them.
2. As before, cross out what you'd never eat, bold what you've had.
3. Comment here if you've posted it to your blog, I'd love to see other people's lists!

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage
15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments
18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings
25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam
36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich
40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay
43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne
51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami
66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash
69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta
74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade
83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy
86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki
94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew
100. Loose meat

14 comments:

Kate The Great said...

This is a fantastic list! I am right at 49 out of 100...

But hey, where's the Deep Fried Turkey??!!

That is the best kind of turkey I've ever had!

E. said...

I thought of another one, besides rogan josh. Tacos alpastor (chopped pork marinated in spices & pineapple juice, grilled/fried and served in warm tortillas w/ diced onions and lots of cilantro... and if you're me, some of the really hot picante.)

k said...

i think i saw on the food network that head cheese is illegal to make the 'real' way...any insight on that?

yay!! shit on a shingle! i love that, well, shit!

great list!

liz said...

i totally agree re: deep fried turkey... awesome!

also, what about steak tartare or something else raw?

signed,
i <3 raw kibby

Julie said...

Kate-- I love debating this stuff. And you haven't had turkey until you've had terry's smoked turkey. Mmm-MM!

E.-- Ooh. Yum.

K-- Really? I'll look into that.

Liz-- psst. Tartare is on the list. I LOVE tartare. It's a fancy version of stealing a bite of meatloaf before it's cooked.

The Boyfriend said...

Add to the list: bologna, Cheeseburger Big Bite (see last month's "How the Hell Can You EAT That?"), and potted meat.

(Thank you, Sweetie, for including red-eye gravy on the list.)

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage

15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments

18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings

25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam

36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich

40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay

43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne

51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami

66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash

69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta

74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade

83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy

86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki

94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew

100. Loose meat

Sara said...

i posted it on my old lj. www.livejournal.com/users/agirlnamedsara

I really want to know what some of those things are but i'm too tired to google em now.

vudutu said...

Where's the moose meat? We have done Turducken a few times, my question is what do you call a Chicken stuffed into a Pheasant into a Turkey?

JKNEPFLE said...

Great idea. In some ways, it's odd to me that I haven't tried some of these classics. In other ways, it makes me happy that I've got something to look forward to. :)

http://joshknepfle.blogspot.com/2008/09/carnivore-100.html

k said...

julie-
i feel like they said head cheese couldn't be made the traditional way (for sale) because it's against FDA regulations to boil the head of an animal??

p.s. brined turkey is the best!

Julie said...

K-- I'll DEFINITELY have to look into that. Eeenteresting.

Last year, Terry's was brined and then smoked. AWESOME.

jeff said...

my first instict was to simply respond.

my second, and I mean this, is to confess my undying foodie-love.

my third instinct is to create a list of my own.

The Baco-Vores 100

Navy Dad said...

Here are a few additions to your Carnivore 100 from the United States military's top chefs!

http://navydads.blogspot.com/2008/09/whooo-wheee.html

Schatzi said...

Only 60/100.

http://gourmanderie.wordpress.com/2008/10/13/the-carnivores-100/

Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Carnivore's 100

Inspired by The Omnivore's 100, and Tiger and Strawberries' The Vegetarian 100, I created my own Carnivore's 100.

Man, am I hungry now.

1. This list is in no particular order nor is it all encompassing. It is limited to land-based animals and are not always cuts of meat, but preparations. I like all kinds of foods, and have tried all kinds of foods, but there will probably be a heavy European and American bent. I'll be really interested to hear what your additions or subtractions should be. If you don't know what it is, google it. I haven't eaten all of these items myself (MOST of them. Except the ones involving blood.), but a consensus of random people (read: my coworkers and the Twitterverse) insisted on a few of them.
2. As before, cross out what you'd never eat, bold what you've had.
3. Comment here if you've posted it to your blog, I'd love to see other people's lists!

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage
15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments
18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings
25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam
36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich
40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay
43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne
51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami
66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash
69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta
74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade
83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy
86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki
94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew
100. Loose meat

14 comments:

Kate The Great said...

This is a fantastic list! I am right at 49 out of 100...

But hey, where's the Deep Fried Turkey??!!

That is the best kind of turkey I've ever had!

E. said...

I thought of another one, besides rogan josh. Tacos alpastor (chopped pork marinated in spices & pineapple juice, grilled/fried and served in warm tortillas w/ diced onions and lots of cilantro... and if you're me, some of the really hot picante.)

k said...

i think i saw on the food network that head cheese is illegal to make the 'real' way...any insight on that?

yay!! shit on a shingle! i love that, well, shit!

great list!

liz said...

i totally agree re: deep fried turkey... awesome!

also, what about steak tartare or something else raw?

signed,
i <3 raw kibby

Julie said...

Kate-- I love debating this stuff. And you haven't had turkey until you've had terry's smoked turkey. Mmm-MM!

E.-- Ooh. Yum.

K-- Really? I'll look into that.

Liz-- psst. Tartare is on the list. I LOVE tartare. It's a fancy version of stealing a bite of meatloaf before it's cooked.

The Boyfriend said...

Add to the list: bologna, Cheeseburger Big Bite (see last month's "How the Hell Can You EAT That?"), and potted meat.

(Thank you, Sweetie, for including red-eye gravy on the list.)

The Carnivore’s Hundred

1. American-style bacon
2. Canadian bacon
3. Prosciutto with melon
4. Pork belly, braised
5. Pork butt, smoked
6. Pork ribs, smoked
7. Roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly
8. Gyros
9. Duck confit
10. Roasted chicken
11. Standing rib roast, rare
12. Chitlins
13. Cracklins
14. Boudin or blood sausage

15. Haggis
16. Peking duck
17. Roasted turkey with traditional American accompaniments

18. Roasted goose with traditional English accompaniments
19. Foie gras
20. Pate campagne
21. Moo Shu pork
22. Shepherd’s pie
23. Steak and Kidney pie
24. Chicken and dumplings

25. Turducken
26. Venison sausage
27. Pork cheeks
28. Pickled pigs’ feet
29. Barbacoa
30. Birria
31. Chicken Marbella
32. Steak tartare
33. Beef Bourguignon
34. Potatoes roasted in duck fat
35. Spam

36. Tandoori chicken
37. Lamb vindaloo
38. Spaghetti Bolognese
39. Cuban sandwich

40. Croque Monsieur
41. Philadelphia cheesesteak
42. Chicken Satay

43. Shabu-shabu
44. Teppanaki
45. Schwarma
46. Meatloaf
47. Beef Wellington
48. Beef tenderloin with béarnaise
49. Taco salad
50. Chili con carne

51. Pastisto
52. Corned beef brisket
53. Bangers and mash
54. Guinea pig
55. Ropa vieja
56. Wurst (any)
57. Lamb tagine
58. Kosher hot dog (New York-style)
59. Jerk chicken
60. Chorizo
61. All-American hamburger
62. Pigeon/Squab
63. Steak frites
64. Pastrami
65. Salami

66. Sweetbreads
67. Wiener schnitzel
68. Goulash

69. Pho
70. Char siu bao
71. Kalua pig
72. Pork rinds
73. Scrapple or goetta

74. Jaegerspaetzle
75. Sauerbraten
76. Tongue sandwich
77. Baked ham
78. Frog legs
79. Alligator
80. Squirrel
81. Liver and onions
82. Bone marrow and marmalade

83. Cevapcici
84. Creamed beef on toast (shit on a shingle)
85. Red-eye gravy

86. Head cheese
87. Jambalaya
88. Steak Diane
89. Veal piccata
90. Bulgogi
91. Smoked chicken (barbecue)
92. Beer can chicken
93. Chicken teriyaki

94. Coronation chicken (curried chicken salad)
95. Ostrich
96. Rogan josh
97. Poutine
98. Chicken mole
99. Irish beef stew

100. Loose meat

Sara said...

i posted it on my old lj. www.livejournal.com/users/agirlnamedsara

I really want to know what some of those things are but i'm too tired to google em now.

vudutu said...

Where's the moose meat? We have done Turducken a few times, my question is what do you call a Chicken stuffed into a Pheasant into a Turkey?

JKNEPFLE said...

Great idea. In some ways, it's odd to me that I haven't tried some of these classics. In other ways, it makes me happy that I've got something to look forward to. :)

http://joshknepfle.blogspot.com/2008/09/carnivore-100.html

k said...

julie-
i feel like they said head cheese couldn't be made the traditional way (for sale) because it's against FDA regulations to boil the head of an animal??

p.s. brined turkey is the best!

Julie said...

K-- I'll DEFINITELY have to look into that. Eeenteresting.

Last year, Terry's was brined and then smoked. AWESOME.

jeff said...

my first instict was to simply respond.

my second, and I mean this, is to confess my undying foodie-love.

my third instinct is to create a list of my own.

The Baco-Vores 100

Navy Dad said...

Here are a few additions to your Carnivore 100 from the United States military's top chefs!

http://navydads.blogspot.com/2008/09/whooo-wheee.html

Schatzi said...

Only 60/100.

http://gourmanderie.wordpress.com/2008/10/13/the-carnivores-100/