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RE: Tyrannosaurus was not a fat boy or girl
Anthony Docimo wrote:
<Note: this may work better on the smaller tyrannosaurs like _Qinlong_
and maybe up to _Daspletosaurus_, because the _Tyrannosurus rex_ would
probably either end up with overcooked or undercooked insides.>
It is useful to section your carcass up for cooking in large roasting pits or
the like, so parting the carcass into ribs and haunches and such would be
preferable. It would be difficult to find a lava pool big enough to deep fry
the carcass but NOT the friers. But I hear it's good to fry eggs.
Jaime A. Headden
The Bite Stuff (site v2)
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has had a dream: to kill him, so we don't have to learn his language or
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> > With Thanksgiving approaching, and all this talk of theropod fleshiness
> > and fat, does anyone have any recipe tips for cooking tyrannosaurs?
> Make certain its dead.
> Set tyrannosaur on log rollers with newspaper and kindling between each
> Set ablaze.
> Wait until skin is somewhere between charcoalled and extra-crispy.
> Put out fire, or wait for it to die down.
> Carve your tyrannosaur how you prefer.
> Note: this may work better on the smaller tyrannosaurs like _Qinlong_ and
> maybe up to _Daspletosaurus_, because the _Tyrannosurus rex_ would probably
> either end up with overcooked or undercooked insides.
> > I've never done it but I was thinking belly cuts because they might be
> > marbled? Some of what I read says all the fat is in the tail. Other
> > sources say the skin.
> Just a hunch...I would guess that the marbling is in the tail (for
> migrational storage), while the skin may have a layer of fat (paltry
> insulation for intraspecific fights, but better than nothing)
> > I'd love to do something with Tyrannosaur fois gras, which is possible if,
> > like ducks and geese, they stored fat in the livers for migration. But
> > some online sources say crocodilian liver is highly toxic. Has anyone on
> > DML eaten alligator liver and lived to tell the tale?
> I've what I was told was alligator tail.