Ikea/Belgium: How About A Little Pork With Your Moose Lasagna?

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Did someone say moose?
STOCKHOLM (AP) Ikea says it has withdrawn 17,000 portions of moose lasagna from its home furnishings stores in Europe after traces of pork were found in a batch tested in Belgium.

Ikea spokeswoman Tina Kardum said the product had only been on sale for a month when it was pulled off the shelves on March 22.

The company didn't announce the withdrawal publicly until Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet wrote about it Saturday.[More]

I wonder if Censorsed31 ate any? If he did, I hoped he really enjoyed it.

h/t @El_Grillo1

Posted by: Stable Hand at 02:40 PM

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1 I love place pork products were some believe they're not supposed to be. It's best when they tell you how much they enjoyed it. For years I fed venison and rabbit to folks who don't eat pork. I didn't tell them it was barded in bacon fat. Just my sick sense of humor. Then again. Who's the sickest is up for grabs.

Posted by: Aaron at April 07, 2013 07:59 AM

2 Ive eaten bison, kangaroo, crocodile and snake. The snake was too long ago to remember and in a soup. But the bison, kangaroo and crocodile all seemed the same to me. I expect if theres a noticeable difference the moose would be like the bison or deer. Well Im not talking venison, but reindeer. I think Ive had that too. I dont remember. To me it all tastes like chicken.
Maybe fried tarantula would be different. I'll try one if I can. Dont know where, though you can buy civet-shit coffeee at a shop I know. Its about 70$ a packet.

Posted by: Axel at April 07, 2013 08:11 AM

3 @1...Aaron, you should watch Red Dragon, the Silence of The Lambs prequel. You'll love the dinner party where .......[ SPOLIER ALERT]............the musicians discuss the terrible flautist who dissapeared....whilst unknowingly eating him!
Otherwise Man Hunter is a vastly superior version of the same book.But without that great scene.

Posted by: Axel at April 07, 2013 08:15 AM

4 Seen it. Moose is better than venison (deer and elk) kind. Not as dry. Never had croc but where I live alligator is sold in every grocery store except Wal-Mart and Winn-Dixie chains. I don't consider it very good. Never been hungry enough to eat a snake.

Posted by: Aaron at April 07, 2013 09:10 AM

5 Snakes will shit some foul smelling stuff on you. I wouldn't eat anything with something that foul in its body. No snake for me.

Posted by: Optimus at April 07, 2013 08:53 PM

6 The most fun is switching labels at the supermarket. I switch the labels on hot dogs. Some say made from beef and pork. Others say all beef. Also the deli made meat loaf. Some says made with beef, veal and pork. Some say made with beef and veal. It's easiest to which labels on the deli made stuff. Sometime the labels on the others have the labels printed on the plastic just to keep me from having fun. Some people have no sense of humor. When we have company parties I always mix in a few pork cracklins with the potato chips.

Posted by: Aaron at April 07, 2013 09:03 PM

7 Did you know you can make a paste of mashed shrimp and add it to chicken soup without anyone noticing?

Humus can be made with pork fat and it's much smoother and better tasting. I make plenty for company parties. The lap it up with pita bread chips fried in you know what. The possibilities are endless. Just takes a little imagination. Someday I'm going to tell them and put it on U-tube.

Posted by: Aaron at April 07, 2013 10:57 PM

8 And those silly Joooooos mess up "Aaron's" fun by requiring strict supervision of food products and restaurants...they even have tamper evident wrappings on some things... ;)

Posted by: Psychocheese at April 08, 2013 01:19 PM

9 I know, I know. But they always turn their heads at the right time. It just takes patience. Someday I plan to hit the Soup Nazi in NYC with my pork pate in his Chicken Chili soup. I'm going to be famous.

Posted by: Aaron at April 08, 2013 05:25 PM

10 Did you know that if you switch the labels between catfish and sea bass filets very few notice the difference? Try it at you local sea food market. Those little signs can be switched in two seconds.

Fried pork balls look exactly like the fried garbanza beans in fafadels. Pita bread is much moister if lard is used. When muslims put yogurt on top you can't taste the difference. Try it. Then watch as some raghead tells the vendor how wonderful his fafadels are.

Posted by: Aaron at April 08, 2013 09:14 PM

11 I recall bullwinkle once did eat a ham sandwich



mmmm... ham....

black forest ham .... sounds racist to me

Posted by: ricksteeds at April 09, 2013 02:41 AM






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