25
May
11

Awesome Stray Cat Recipe

So yeah.

As you may have read in my posts here and here, J-Rab and I are struggling a bit at the moment to make ends meet.

It’s sad really, when I consider how much I fucking hate poor people, that I ironically seem to have become one.

There was a time when I couldn’t decide whether to blow my extra cash on extravagant trips overseas to exotic locales or invest it in prime beach-front real estate, it was a tough call and really used to stress me out.

 

 

Well, I’m glad to say that those stressful days are over. Now I scrape every cent I have together to just try make rent every month and beg the rest from kind people at the intersection of Roeland and Buitenkant.

However, you’ll be pleased to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel now that I have discovered one of the best kept secrets in affordable cuisine – stray cats!

The idea came to me when I stumbled on the vacant lot behind the Waterfront R10 parking one evening, right as the animal rescue people arrived to feed the literally thousands of stray cats that live there.

 

 

Naturally I begged to be fed some of the delicious cat food as well, not because I’m turning into a fokken prawn, but rather because it sure as hell beats eating YOUR week-old garbage.

The animal shelter people turned their noses up in disgust when I approached them and refused to make eye contact when I humbly asked for some delicious, crunchy dry cat food to get me through the night.

It was a new low for me and for a moment I hated those lucky stray cats, but the moment soon passed because like me, they were loveable in a mangy sort of way and they smelled delicious!

I lured one of them back to my flat with a brick and a plastic bag I fished out of a dumpster and got to work preparing this awesome, cost-effective meal:

 

Stray cat and lentil soup

 

 

Ingredients:

1 x Stray cat (tabbies work best, but failing that a nice ginger cat will do. For God’s sake DON’T go for a Siamese, they have a very low meat:bone ratio)
1 x Chicken stock cube
1 x Bag of red lentils
50g shredded ginger
1 x lemon (squeezed)
1 x bottle of Old Brown’s Sherry

Method:

Dice cat-meat into small cubes and soak in half a bottle of Old Brown’s Sherry to disinfect and flavour it while you drink the other half of the bottle to keep warm.

Boil up a pot of water, add the lentils and chicken stock cube and allow it to simmer for 40 mins. Add the cat meat right after along with the ginger and juice from the lemon and allow to simmer for as long as your relentless hunger will allow.

Ladle the soup into a tin bowl and slurp it down, making sure to dribble some into your matted beard for a snack later.

Et voila!

A word of warning though, I got first dibs on the cats behind the Waterfront. If I catch any of you greasy basterds down there helping yourselves to my stash, so help me God, I’ll jab a rusty screwdriver in you faster than you can shout “Help! A bergie’s trying to kill me!”

 

 

Ain’t life peachy.

-ST

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5 Responses to “Awesome Stray Cat Recipe”


  1. 1 CatHunter
    May 25, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    Cats, high in protein, high in supply, who could argue that this isn’t a great idea.

    One addition:

    On a recent evening jaunt, I stumbled into the bowels of Ratanga Junction. A still evening, sometime in mid-April. Rounding a corner, in between the Cobra and food-court, I interrupted an army, yes a fucking ARMY, of cats. As soon as the gates close and people head home, these little monsters come out to feast, in swarms.

    I’m not well acquainted with Cats of the Waterfront variety, but these buggers are tough as. A couple of them, larger and better-fed, have the whole thousand-yard stare going on. My advice would be to ignore your gut and go for an up and comer, large but yet to earn his marks as a murderous beast. This way you’ll find the happy medium, not-quite-full but vital organs intact.

    Best of luck in your future meal-time hunting-trips.

    • May 25, 2011 at 2:01 pm

      Ratanga Junction you say? I’ll look into that…
      Thanks for the advice CatHunter. In return I’ll let you come have a browse through the Waterfront cats and take one or two home if you’re interested?
      Let the good times roll 😉
      -ST

  2. 3 dp
    May 26, 2011 at 5:38 am

    I wish we ate cat here instead of dog. I used to imagine that past shells were made from the mini-ear that cats have inside their ears. Yum. Remember to cook thoroughly. The filthy vermin are infested with nasties like salmonella which ironically makes for a good, soaked-in marinade if you roast the beast over a low flame for a hour or two.


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