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    hey guys I have some mountain lion meat from my hunt in January that I want to cook up next weekend for Fathers Day, but am having a hard time finding any advise on how to cook it / season it etc.

    So anyone out there ever have it or now how to cook it or know a good game recipe book that might have advise?

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    I have never heard o anyone eating mountain lion? Maybe call a chinese restaurant I'm sure they will have a recipe for Cat??
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    Cougar Steaks - Mountain Lion



    INGREDIENTS:

    1 lb Cougar steak
    Marinade
    Flour
    3 tb Cooking oil
    1 ts Bacon fat
    Directions:

    Marinate steaks for 2 to 3 hours in your favorite meat marinade. Dry steaks and flour both sides of meat. Fry in skillet with oil and bacon fat over medium heat until cooked. this recipe yields 2 servings.
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    Well curiosity killed the Cat (pun intended) I had to google it and I found a recipe for you and they say it is actually really good here is the link.

    http://m.google.com/gwt/x?site=unive...lion-meat.html
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    Any same as veal. Exactley as be carefull no to dry out. Cat/ Lion is outstanding

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    If your a PBS member you could try asking Don Thomas how he cooks it as he has mentioned doing so any number of times what cat says about veal has been saiid before I sugest you try a veal recipe on a small amount and see if you cn't fin your own way agound.
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    They are even twice as good in burgers as well. I cooked some up for women at Church and didn't tell them at a cover dish back in 1992. They all raved and and wanted the recipe. They knew one thing before eating them is that it wasn't beef and that it was wild.

    They kept asking so I finally gave in after having some fun with them all. Then I told them Mountain Lion and they didn't believe it. They knew I had gotten one in February but they didn't expect that one I sprung on them. To this day several of them still talk about it. Same day I came I knifed off a side of the Tukey breast i shot that morning as well and threw her up on the grille in front of them they didn't like the turkey as much as the Lion.

    Veal it tastes like and veal it looks like the best animal I ever ate myself. Hard to believe but there ya bee, enjoy.




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    Yes... cook it as veal...cut thin cutlets...You wont be disapointed.

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    Maybe call a chinese restaurant I'm sure they will have a recipe for Cat??


    Thats not chicken!!!!!



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    I have read in some magazines that lion is one of the better tasting venisons. Really

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