Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Olive bugger, Sep 30, 2013.
I wuz thinking more along the lines of some beef or pork.
Ribs is good.
While eating BBQ in the school bus, make sure to leave some type of message on the roof with the magnetic letters and numbers.
Oh, I've left some messages. Probably promptly removed after my departure.
Youse guys are scaring me.
Pythons have more ribs than either beef or pork...
Ribs yes, but I think I would prefer the flavor of hog or steer.
Hognose Snake? Bull Snake?
The hognose snake is a type of colubrid snake characterized by an upturned snout. They are notorious for playing dead when threatened. The hognose snakes consist of three distantly related genera that are artificially grouped together by the "hognose" common name.
The bullsnake (Pituophis catenifer sayi) is a large nonvenomous colubrid snake endemic to the central United States, northern Mexico, and southwestern Canada. It is currently considered a subspecies of the gopher snake
Sorry for the Wiki references but sometimes it is just too easy to resist using.
Ain't no kinda snake in my diet, Tim
Perhaps feral snake when in Florida?
I hear Rattlesnake tastes like chicken.
While that would have been a better tale, it was python a buddy of mine purchased at a Vietnamese butcher in Seattle, then ran through a meat grinder with pork fat and spices.
According to some, EVERYTHING TASTE LIKE CHICKEN.
I once had a rattlesnake check to see if I tasted like chicken.
That does not seem like a good situation, Evan.
Have a cousin in Missouri that had a copperhead try the same
thing with him. He didn't like it. My cousin, not the snake.
I doubt that the snake got a thrill out of it either, because he
dispatched it to another world.
A few pages ago I mentioned that Doo-Vall not only has a state-of-the-art sewage treatment facility, but said facility is also adorned with pleasing fish art. Ignorant visitors undoubtedly think it's a fish hatchery, though I would urge said folks to not eat the brown trouts from these rearing ponds.