They Eat Horses, Don't They?
Eating horse meat may sound barbaric, but just a few hours up the Northway, it's what's for dinner. Horse is regarded as very tender and low in fat, and according to the Montreal based supermarket chain Metro:
Herbs and spices complement the delicate flavour of horsemeat, especially tarragon, basil, rosemary, thyme, oregano, chervil, parsley, mustard, ground pepper, and of course, garlic.Mmmmmmm... Horsey. Metro also features two pages of horse recipes on their web site, including such delicious sounding dishes as Horse Meat Fajitas and Peppered Horsemeat Tournedos.