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.