Beaver Tails ?

I read somewhere about something called a Beaver Tail.  Some sort of doughy snack.  Anyone know about these ?

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Oh yes. Quite popular especially in the summertime in our neck of the woods. A lot of variety to suit a wide array of tastes.

Thank you

Check out this website to get an idea of what a beaver tail is:

https://beavertails.com/products/

I have never heard of them, but my goodness don’t they look yummy!

When I was in high school I used to trap beaver (actually used snares). Folks used to talk about how good "Beaver Tail Soup" was. I was a finicky eater when I was young so that never appealed to me. Today I love escargots, oyster on the half shell and caviar, so maybe I would like it today. But I'm against fur trapping now so don't know how I would come by some tails. In case you are able too, here is recipe---- https://www.astray.com/recipes/?show=Beaver+tail+soup

I’d rather eat tripe & haggis.

Tripe recipe : take 2 pots and boil water in both. Drop the tripe in one pot, and a large rock in the other. When the rock is soft enough to eat, give the tripe another 10 min to cook.

Enjoy

You can buy the yummy Beaver Tails in the Canadian Rocky Mountain town of Banff Alberta. They come with a variety of toppings and are worth the calories for sure.

Uh.... I snapped my neck on a double take on this head line.

Never heard of this before & I will check out the link listed above. I learn something new every day.

Cool beans

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