It sounds like something straight out of the
food porn industry.
The Bison Meat Stick. Did you know there was such a thang? These were at the beer tasting event me and the hubs went to last night: taste 12 beers, exploring old & new world varieties.
I hate beer. It’s disgusting. I only went for my hubs. By the 3rd beer sample my stomach was burning as if I ingested acid mixed with bleach water, so I decided to hit up the snack table with pretzels, cheeses and bison meat sticks.
The beer in my glass looks like wolf piss. Pretty much tasted like it, too.
If you’ve never had Bison meat before, you gotta do it. It’s expensive but will hurl you into a gourmet eating experience. Bison meat is much leaner than cow and tastes soooo much better. If you typically like your meat medium well, have it cooked medium instead. Since bison meat is so lean, it can easily dry out if cooked too long.
…and since I’m a total geek squad member, after the beer tasting I stopped a Barnes & Noble to buy a large cupcake (yesss) and pick up a book.
I know. Weird, right? It’s the Directory of Knots: A Step-by-Step Guide to Tying Knots. I’m expanding my horizons, trying something different and learning new skills. There are more than 100 different knots to learn in this book. I’m gonna be one knot-tying, bad ass beyotch.
My ultimate goal is hunt down a Sasquatch of the Southern Canadian region and tie him up using fancy knots skills. I’ll snap a pic as proof of his existence, then share a bison stick with him before unleashing the beast back into the forest.
This plan is foolproof.
…and just in you case you were wondering, yes, I do plan on buying a new fanny pack today. Be jealous.