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#59844 - 28 Aug 07 07:03 Deep Fried Field Rat
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4 mature rats or 8 small rats

10-15 garlic cloves, crushed

2 tbs. salt

1/2 tsp. pepper

Skin and gut the rats, removing the head and toes. Mix garlic, salt, and pepper into a paste, spread on the meat, then place in direct sunlight for 6 to 8 hours, until dry. Fry in deep vegetable oil for about 6-7 minutes, until crispy and yellow in color. Serve with sticky rice, sweet-sour sauce, fish sauce, or a hot chili paste, and raw vegetables.

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#59849 - 28 Aug 07 07:26 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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sounds like something you picked up in china.

btw, my regards to miss peng. has the rash cleared up?
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#59851 - 28 Aug 07 07:42 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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Sadly, Miss Peng will be seen no more. I have passed this account onto another gentleman to handle...

Rash, if there was one I missed it! (Although in truth I had not shaved and the beard stubble may have left a rash on her inner thighs)
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#59863 - 28 Aug 07 09:17 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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Cheeky dilli!! this will ruin my lunch appetite cry
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#59865 - 28 Aug 07 09:21 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: emmajkt]
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Ruin your appetite, what the recipie or Miss Peng's rash?
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#59870 - 28 Aug 07 09:27 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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Quoting: Dilli
Ruin your appetite, what the recipie or Miss Peng's rash?


bad ass

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#59872 - 28 Aug 07 09:32 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: emmajkt]
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Nearly forgot, you are better chopping that tails off, serve separately in a Scicilian Pasta Sauce...


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#59874 - 28 Aug 07 09:36 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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It appears that in the West a Rat Diet may cause relationship problems!

Posted on 12/16/2005 11:57:40 AM PST

Federal suit alleges former lover fed Heather Brennan rats and left her two weeks before the wedding.

WEST NANTICOKE (PA) – Heather Brennan thought her fiancé, Travis Nickel, was a perfect match – until she learned he fed her rats, was engaged to another woman and had a child from a prior relationship, she alleges in a federal lawsuit.

Her 10-month love affair with Nickel, a member of the U.S. Coast Guard, ended after he left her in July, two weeks before their wedding, she said. Broken-hearted and broke, the jilted bride is seeking $125,000 to recoup cancelled wedding costs and other debts, as well as compensation for the “humiliation and mental anguish” she endured.

The lawsuit, which Brennan prepared and filed herself in federal court in Scranton, accuses Nickel of a host of other misdeeds, including giving her the engagement ring that belonged to a different woman.

Contacted by phone in Kentucky, where he now lives, Nickel, 26, denied most of Brennan’s allegations. He claims Brennan broke off their relationship after she learned he had a 6-year-old son who was previously unknown to him. He said the suit is simply a means to harass him.

Brennan, 21, of George Avenue, insists she has evidence to support her claims – including the admittedly bizarre allegation that Nickel began mixing boiled, blended-up rats into her food some time after she moved to Arkansas with him in November 2004.

In an interview Tuesday, Brennan conceded the allegation is strange. But she said doctors have told her eating rats can cause an illness similar to salmonella poisoning. Blood tests show irregularities that support her contentions she was fed the rodent.

Brennan said she began having severe abdominal pain and other symptoms in March. Doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong, until she moved back to Pennsylvania and uncovered e-mail conversations Nickel had with someone through an Internet forum.

Brennan said she found the information while cleaning out the e-mail account she shared with Nickel. Instructions advised to boil the rat, which would “help bring out the poisons,” and to cut off its head before blending it up.

Nickel did all the cooking, she suspects he blended the diced-up rat into dishes such as tacos and spaghetti that he frequently made. His intent was to make her ill so he could access money her mother had sent her, she said. She’s had no problems since she moved back. Nickel called the allegation “ridiculous.”

“She did go to the doctor because she was sick, but what I got from the doctor’s office, it was a stomach virus,” Nickel said.

Nickel said he thinks Brennan got the idea because he and some friends were involved with a radio show that did a takeoff on the popular show “Fear Factor,” which features contestants who eat unusual things.

“They were doing a ‘Fear Factor’ Friday and they had a guy eat a rat. Everyone was corresponding through their chat site. That’s how she got that idea,” he said.

About the only thing Brennan and Nickel agree on is that the relationship ended on July 25, after Nickel told her he had just discovered he had a 6-year-old son living in Ohio.

The couple met in September 2004, after a friend of Brennan’s who had been corresponding with Nickel through a military pen pal program introduced them. One month after meeting, they were engaged.

“I was 19 and in college. He was extremely nice. He said he had money and was stable in life. I felt, because he was older he’d be more mature and responsible.”

Brennan said there were financial troubles early on in the relationship. Their joint bank account was continually overdrawn. Everything came to a head when Nickel told her about his son.

Nickel said the child’s mother contacted him unexpectedly, about two weeks before his wedding to Brennan, to advise him she thought the child was his. When he told Brennan, he said she became “hysterical” and threw him out of the apartment.

“She got on the floor in the kitchen and started crying,” Nickel said. “She proceeded to act crazy. I had to have friends come and calm her down.”

Brennan admits she was upset, but said she was willing to go on with the wedding, which was scheduled to for a Nanticoke church on Aug. 6. She said Nickel left their home in Arkansas on July 26, saying he needed to go to Ohio to take a paternity test.

“He said he was going to see if the child was his. He never came back.”

Left with no money and mounting bills, Brennan returned home with the help of her parents. That’s when she and her mother began investigating Nickel.

They learned another woman, who was just out of high school, was also supposedly engaged to Nickel. The woman had contacted Brennan after discovering Brennan was communicating with Nickel.

“She asked me why I was talking to him, he was her fiancé. I said ‘What do you mean, he asked me to marry him,” Brennan said.

Brennan said she continued to correspond with the woman and discovered Nickel had given her an engagement ring that seemed suspiciously similar to one Brennan was wearing. The woman told her Nickel had taken her ring to be repaired and had not given it back.

“I e-mailed her a picture of it. She said, ‘yeah, that’s mine,’ ” Brennan said.

Brennan said Nickel continued to use her personal information, including her Social Security number to obtain credit. She learned he tried to purchase another ring, for yet another woman, in August. The purchase was nixed thanks to a fraud alert she placed on her credit file.

Nickel denies he was engaged to any other women, or that he improperly used Brennan’s personal information. He acknowledged there were financial problems, but said Brennan was as much to blame for them as him.

“What she’s doing is harassing me. It’s starting to ruin my life and she knows it. Payback is hell.”

Brennan insists she’s just trying to recoup her losses. Her parents paid for all of the wedding arrangements – she still has her gown, the invitations and other wedding items. They also loaned her at least $8,000 to cover expenses when she was in Arkansas.

“I’m 21. How do I pay this all back?”



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#59877 - 28 Aug 07 09:43 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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Quoting: Dilli
Nearly forgot, you are better chopping that tails off, serve separately in a Scicilian Pasta Sauce...


haha.. good gawd, that's nasty!
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#111878 - 30 Jul 10 21:37 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Dilli]
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Quoting: Dilli
4 mature rats or 8 small rats

10-15 garlic cloves, crushed

2 tbs. salt

1/2 tsp. pepper

Skin and gut the rats, removing the head and toes. Mix garlic, salt, and pepper into a paste, spread on the meat, then place in direct sunlight for 6 to 8 hours, until dry. Fry in deep vegetable oil for about 6-7 minutes, until crispy and yellow in color. Serve with sticky rice, sweet-sour sauce, fish sauce, or a hot chili paste, and raw vegetables.



In case you bored with rats, change it with cat or dog, official batak or menado.
Will deffo puke on it instead eat it, blweee

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#111903 - 02 Aug 10 08:15 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: amadeus]
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#111904 - 02 Aug 10 11:06 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Adelheid Agnes]
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don't knock it till you've tried it ...
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#112015 - 11 Aug 10 23:24 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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I've eaten rat in Vietnam. They were rats that had fed on rice in paddies. The vietnamese gents told me that the starchy rice made their meat sweet.

I cannot disagree with him. It wasn't bad!!
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#112019 - 12 Aug 10 08:42 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: Sammy Jankis]
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they do a roaring trade in BBQ rat in Manado. even the non-infidels eat it.
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#117167 - 30 Nov 11 12:53 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: KuKuKaChu]
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#117402 - 20 Feb 12 09:35 Re: Deep Fried Field Rat [Re: collin2]
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