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I tried horse if a back of nowhere town in France. Was't that impressed. I did notice in the UK papers that Hugh Fearnley Whitingstall, famous English chef, is getting slated because he admitted eating and liking giraffe. People really need to get a life. There is no difference to eating either a horse or giraffe than there is eating pork, beef, chicken or lamb. Meat is meat. :o

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I am dying for a good horse steak; or even better a colt carpaccio.

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As well, to make to perfection Belgian fries, I need some horse fat to had to the beef and pork ones.

Any idea or suggestion?

I think there are only 10 horses in Thailand.... Anyway, most nationalities find it disgusting to eat horse meat, however I must admit that I miss it too ;-)

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I grew up riding horses, not eating them but to each their own I guess.

anyways, if the tourism industry remains in dire straits, i suggest a quick visit downt Horse Shoe Point resort in Patts to see if they have any old mares kicking around that are no longer in use. :o

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Know of any restaurants that serve horse in BKK?

I heard a lot of clubs along Ratchada offer a "Horsie-Horse special", but not sure what or how delicious it is.

:o

Sounds a bit like "Tiga Kuda" in Jakarta...

Only for those in the know!

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I am dying for a good horse steak; or even better a colt carpaccio.

post-61130-1232330006_thumb.jpg

As well, to make to perfection Belgian fries, I need some horse fat to had to the beef and pork ones.

Any idea or suggestion?

There is a TV member called "Horsedoctor" maybe if you PM her she might have a couple of Horses spare. :o

But seriously, I've had horse in Bangkok in a mall resturant, but It was sliced thinly. Not a Steak.

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The only country I've found horsemeat for sale is France. Although I like it, I've never seen it for sale in Thailand and would doubt that the Thais could stomach the idea (despite whatever else they may eat).

Honourable Sabaijai-san, if you go to Japan, I recommend you try basashi!

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Maybe some of the more 'specialised' Japanese restaurants in town have it. They certainly have some interesting fare on Soi Thaniya.

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