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Old 08-27-2015, 08:44 PM   #11
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I prefer lightly sautéed with a butter sauce personally. A good sear holds in all the juicy goodness
This. Medium rare please.
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I prefer lightly sautéed with a butter sauce personally. A good sear holds in all the juicy goodness
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I like my Unicorn like I like my steaks...done "Cowboy". Burnt on the outside, raw on the inside.
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You need to try holding your unicorn by the horn and dip in batter and deep fry.


UUUUUUUUmmmmmmm......much better than a corn dog.

...and no nitrates to harm you.
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Personally, I prefer Canned unicorn meat. Tastes just like Spam. Or the old MRE Ham "slice"
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MMMM unicorn meat and eggs is a great way to start the day...
And its gluten free!
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Especially with Dodo eggs!
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Especially with Dodo eggs!
Now that's just silly. We all know that Dodos are make believe.
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Now that's just silly. We all know that Dodos are make believe.
Dodo eggs are real...... Nah, just yolking .
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