Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Moose Sirloin Steaks

SIRLOIN

These are moose steaks. They came from the moose I met. They are big steaks. That plate is a standard 10" plate. Moose steaks. I am cooking them tonight with blue cheese moose fond with caramelized onions and heavy cream.

14 comments:

Mr. Pony said...

They are beautiful.

Litcube said...

I cooked them.

Fugublowfish said...

How did the moose taste?

Galspanic said...

From what part of the moose did these steaks come? they look quite choice.

Litcube said...

http://www.jewishrecipes.org/recipes/meat/beef/beef-images/beef-cuts-L.gif

Mr. Pony said...

I also thought you meant "Sirloin" figuratively.

Mr. Pony said...

"Sirloin"

Ruby Tenneco said...

Is this real? Where do you live that there are mooses scattered around for the eating? Is this some kind of Alaska-Hawaii thing?

Litcube said...

I live in the Canada! I was on the opposite side of B.C. when I met this moose, but, it does involve Alaska. There's a highway called "The Old Alaska Highway". I met there moose very close to that highway (which is no where near Alaska, really).

Galspanic said...

I can't wait til the shit goes down, and we all flee to the Canadia and live with Litcube, and eat moose, and play stem powered RTS games.

Litcube said...

That will be pretty sweet, probably.

odori said...

Belatedly, the moose looks delicious.

Mr. Pony said...

Just to recap (probably), these steaks are from the same moose that you felled with a single shot from nearly six and a half earth football fields away, isn't it? Or did you finish that moose already, and move on to another one?

Galspanic said...

(How the fuck did he even see the moose to shoot it?)
Galspanic said under his breath.