09
Feb
11

our pescatarian friends go complexitarian

Pescatarians Paulie and Jessamin made it through airport security a while back with 20 pounds of venison backstrap that Paulie cut out of a deer in Texas. Pan-frying part of it as steaks turned their diet what Scott Thomson calls “complexitarian.” (I love that term.)

Here’s Paulie and Jessamin’s cat Dude with the second part of the stash to be consumed:

Dude and venison backstrap

(Dude would like you to know that Jessamin forced him up there for size comparison and that he wants nothing to do with that slab of raw meat, thank you very much.)

They turned this one into “something vaguely carne guisada-esque, with quinoa, corn, and black beans, and avocado on the side.”

venison carne guisada-ish

I really need to convince my dad to send me home with some venison. I’m not killing it or cleaning it, though. That’s still his job.

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