Punch,  59 (1870), 238.

Donkey for Dinner





Nutrition, Cultural Geography, Physiology

    Notes that in Paris donkey meat sells for more than horse-meat and is judged to be as much of a delicacy as veal. Considers the taste of donkey meat and veal remarkably similar, and notes that 'Calf and Ass, as applied to certain kind of person, are convertible terms'.

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