Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Dinoroast

Prepackaged exotic animal looking barbecue roast
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You've seen the whole pig barbecue.

Our food packaging company will assemble an exotic animal of your choice (a rhino, a dinosaur, what have you) from regular supermarket meats, sized to your specification and with appropriate roasting mechanisms, and ship it vacuum sealed to the requested destination.

theircompetitor, Oct 21 2011

Flesh! from 2000AD http://en.wikipedia...wiki/Flesh_(comics)
Another (fictional) method of getting dino stakes to your plate. [Aristotle, Oct 21 2011]

(?) why not get the real thing? http://exoticmeatma...r-qsCFYSK4Aodb31AmA
[xandram, Oct 21 2011]

Wired story titled: How To Cook a Dinosaur http://www.wired.co...yboard-jack-horner/
Tastes Like Chicken [theircompetitor, Oct 27 2011]

Caveman Themed Restaurant http://www.dailymai...eman-ancestors.html
[theircompetitor, Oct 31 2011]

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       Vat-grown muscle from a hybrid of a salt-water crocodile and a basal bird of some kind, i think.
nineteenthly, Oct 21 2011
  

       I'll have a large dodo for Thanksgiving if you please.
Voice, Oct 21 2011
  

       I'm glad to see faux-rhinoceros on your list, as it cuts down on the possibility of me having to personally execute anyone I catch eating real rhinoceros meat. Rhinoceroses are not for eating!   

       I'm sorry. I'm usually above such threats, but I have a special place in my heart for the noble and majestic rhinoceroses.   

       (yes, I know it's _rhinoceri_. It's an [Alterother] thing. Just go with it.)   

       And, while we're on the subject of fictional gengineered dinosaur meatstock, I strongly reccomend John Varley's 'Steel Beach', and not just for the bronto-burgers. It's a great read for anyone of the Halfbakerish persuasion.
Alterother, Oct 21 2011
  

       You're intentionally avoiding removal of the word "roses" from your anno. We see what you're doing.
swimswim, Oct 21 2011
  

       Um... yeah. That's what I'm doing, alright. Aw shucks, you figured it out.
Alterother, Oct 21 2011
  

       That link reminds me of another book, one I've been meaning to buy for some time now: it's called _How to Eat the Dinosaur_, and I have no idea what it's about despite having read the back cover and most of the first chapter before they politely threw me out of the store (I didn't have my wallet on me at the time). Strangely, this just makes me want it more.
Alterother, Oct 27 2011
  

       So ... dinosaur meat tastes like Chinese take-out?   

       Tsh-boom.
mouseposture, Oct 27 2011
  

       I'd like a triple order of General Tso's Velociraptor and one of those deadly tropical drinks with eleventeen types of rum and a little paper parasol, please. Oh, and can I get that to go?
Alterother, Oct 27 2011
  

       Tastes like chicken
theircompetitor, Nov 05 2011
  

       More likely, chicken tastes like velociraptor. You're forgetting evolutionary descension, I'm afraid.
Alterother, Nov 05 2011
  

       Chicken *is* velociraptor. They're just biding their time ....
mouseposture, Nov 05 2011
  
      
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