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  • Hominy, fish, buffalo, and _dog-meat_, were successively served up, like the courses of a more modern table; but of _the last_ "we declined to partake," writes the good father, no doubt much to the astonishment and somewhat to the chagrin of their hospitable friends; for even yet, among the western Indians, dog-meat is a dish of honor.

    Western Characters or Types of Border Life in the Western States

  • I have stood outside a butcher-shop and watched a horde of speculative housewives turning over the trimmings and scraps and shreds of beef and mutton -- dog-meat in the States.

    COFFEE-HOUSES AND DOSS-HOUSES

  • But Edwin Bentham -- he was an indolent fellow, and had he not been possessed of a wife, would have gladly joined issued in the dog-meat speculation.

    The Priestly Prerogative

  • "People rely on this trade for their livelihood," says Sawong De-chalert, a retired English teacher in Sakon Nakhon who represents local traders who are lobbying the government to legalize the dog-meat trade.

    Mercy in a Man-Eat-Dog World

  • But Edwin Bentham -- he was an indolent fellow, and had he not been possessed of a wife, would have gladly joined issued in the dog-meat speculation.

    THE PRIESTLY PREROGATIVE

  • In Seoul alone, some 530 restaurants have dog on the menu, mostly spicy dog-meat stew laced with ginger and garlic for about $10 a bowl, about twice as much as soups made with seafood or beef.

    Seoul Hounds

  • Caught in the middle of the dog-meat debate is the director of Seoul's food-safety office, Lee Hae-woo.

    Seoul Hounds

  • "That leaves individual dog-meat store owners like me with a bleak future," he says.

    Seoul Hounds

  • In 1988 Seoul officials cracked down on dog-meat restaurants, for example, to avoid offending pet-loving Western visitors.

    This Watch Won’t End

  • I know this is supposed to be some kind of "sad moment"....but the "calabar man craving dog-meat" thing was HILARIOUS..

    R.I.P BULLDOG

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