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Friday, February 17, 2006

"Arthur Boyt is a dog-lover.
He loves to watch them bounding through fields, fetching sticks and barking with glee.
He loves their moist noses, their wagging tails and their glossy coats.
But he is particularly partial to them diced and boiled for an hour in a pressure cooker.

Mr Boyt, 66, enjoys a rather unusual past-time: he is a roadkill chef.

His specialities, thrown together on a rickety wooden table in his cramped farmhouse kitchen in Davidstow, Cornwall, include assorted casseroles featuring foxes, Canada geese, barn owls, hedgehogs, badgers, voles, squirrels, rats, blackbirds, cats and dogs."

Arthur was interviewed on National Radio this morning
(Link .. while it's up)

I was driving through the centre of the North Island at the time, but the pickings were slim, just a very flat cat in Bennydale.

I had to make do with crumbed fish.

Male. Lives in New Zealand/North Island/The Road, speaks English. Eye color is blue.
This is my blogchalk:
New Zealand, North Island, The Road, English, Male.

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