Add some spice to your hunting trip. Literally.
A new kind of shot combines the hunting and cooking all into one easy step.
Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 03:48 PM
(Photo: Mike Derer/ Associated Press Photo)
From the annals of what-will-they-think-of-next, we bring you a hilarious new product: Season Shot.
Basically, it’s buckshot—made of seasoning. Yup, seasoning. As in salt, pepper, parsley, etc. From the company’s website:
Season Shot is made of tightly packed seasoning bound by a fully biodegradable food product. The seasoning is actually injected into the bird on impact seasoning the meat from the inside out. When the bird is cooked the seasoning pellets melt into the meat spreading the flavor to the entire bird. Forget worrying about shot breaking your teeth and start wondering about which flavor shot to use!
Our only disappointment was that the company doesn’t seem to make use of the painfully apropos killing-two-birds-with-one-stone (er, seasoning pellet) cliché in any of their marketing efforts. We believe a riff on said aphorism would be a significant improvement over their current mottos, “Ammo with flavor” and “Kills. Shoots. Seasons.”
Another possibility: No Buckshot Left Behind.
Oh, we could go on all day.
Story by Kiera Butler. This article originally appeared in Plenty in November 2006. The story was added to MNN.com in July 2009.
Copyright Environ Press 2006.