Please note that this recipe is not a Furtopian delicacy despite containing similar ingredients. In fact, as the Supreme Lord of Furtopia I’ve banned this recipe from being cooked within my borders. After all, one can only have so much garlic before anything is drained of flavour and completely ruined.
- Cover and soak cat roast in salt water for 24 hours.
- Drain water and then cover and soak in beer for 6 hours.
- Drain and place in crock pot with your cans of soup.
- Add a clove of garlic, and a cube of beef bouillon.
- If you start to slow cook your cat in the morning with your George Foreman Cooker (or it’s ilk), you’ll have finely cooked feline in time for supper. If a slow cooker is not available, a cat can be baked at 350 degrees for 2-3 hours in a conventional oven and still come out pretty good.
Beer Roasted Cat is fantastic served with mashed potatoes, collard greens, and fresh, homemade egg rolls. When planning a full meal just remember – cat is a course best served hot! Cat may not be the most glamorous, or tastiest of game meats, but with a little thought and preparation, Baked Cat can make the belly of the persnicketiest diner glow with home baked goodness.
This is the first recipe to be put up on KittyBeef.com, the premier online purveyor of cat meat. According to the site, “cat meat is just like any other red meat, only the flavour is stronger, yet more delicate and exotic.” They provide fish-fed, chicken-fed and meat-fed cats from their free range farms, each offering a unique flavour.