You emailed in your droves during Tuesday's Daily Politics asking for Clarissa Dickson Wright's recipe for Fox Casserole. So here it is!
For Fox A La Clarissa:
- Take one fox. Skin it and gut it.
- Hang the fox in running water for three days.
- Cook with garlic, onion and tomato, as if you were cooking rabbit the Italian way: lay in a dish, cover, and stew for about an hour and a half.
- I would probably cut the fox into halves, not quarters.
- Serve with chestnut pasta, and for wine: a good Falerian.
It's not generally known that the Thais eat a lot of fox. It's the closest thing that Chinese, Thais and Malays can legally get to dog.
In fact, Manchester -- where Andrew was trying to take Margaret Beckett for dinner -- is one of the prime markets for selling shot fox to Thais.
There's also fillet of badger - most West Country pubs used to have badger ham on the bar - but that's another story.
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