Animals, and birds, do often hide well. I don't know how he saw it but, years ago, when we were out in the countryside dad pointed out a pheasant hiding right by us in the hedgerow. All you could see was an eye peeking through a hole in the dried grass.
Venison is very much on the menu for many here now. Most, if not all, larger supermarkets stock it.
I have had it. As a stew it was pleasant, but I found that on it' own it was too rich.
I have had it occasionally. It's usually something I buy when it is reduced on short date. As I don't eat a lot of meat it's often what I fancy or on offer when I am getting it. I often prefer higher fat joints as they tend to be more flavoursome, which is a good reason not to eat too much lol
I have a photo somewhere of egrets coming into land at dawn. With their wings spread wide and their legs hanging down underneath them I can quite easily understand how people may have mistaken them for angels.
Post by Popcorn&Candy on Oct 24, 2021 14:09:03 GMT -5
Insects - as unpleasant as they are [except for spiders, which I adore ] - are necessary for the planet and its functions. That isn't to say I'd want my apartment housing bugs, but they areimportant to the eco system.
BUT they can stay well away from my apartment.
But that's the way the world is, James: if you don't look like you deserve that desk, you're not going to get that desk.