Culinary no-no FLASHBACK: Cannibals

cannibal sandwich

To hear pontificating government health officials, reporters and their editors, it’s a wonder  I didn’t become violently ill at any number of  New Year’s Eve celebrations in years past.

Each and every year they attempt to lecture us on how to enjoy our year-end holiday with gloom and doom warnings we’re taking gastronomical risks if we dare not cook our meat.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says eating raw beef sandwiches “poses a threat for Salmonella, E. coli O157:H7, Campylobacter and Listeria bacteria that can make you sick.”

Well guess what? I and many others will just take our chances.

An oldie but goodie from 2016.

One thought on “Culinary no-no FLASHBACK: Cannibals

  1. Yum.
    I never use red onion, but white.
    And not just any rye, but the denser, cocktail rye.
    I think ground sirloin is the way to go, and with a butcher.
    New Year’s is the traditional, but some people get together for Christmas Eve ( I read the other article). I have yet to try the herring.
    I craved cannibal sandwiches particularly when pregnant. That would probably be the only time I would turn one down though.


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