Roast cormorant

If anybody's looking for a change from turkey this Christmas, try this recipe from The Times...

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,632-24 52021,00.html
15:29 Fri 17th Nov 2006
 
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Cormorant. Is weird but couldn't even think of eating one. but then that is just perception. I am sure they are great to eat but its like eating your hamster, tasty but not good
Warpig You obviously didn't read the link! It's delightful - (the article that is, not the bird).

Cormorants know that they are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act (WCA) 1981. That's why they perch with their noses in the air.
Brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Definately won't bother to cook one of those !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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