Horse Meat Found In European 'Beef' Lasagna, Hamburgers

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Horse Meat Found In European 'Beef' Lasagna, Hamburgers

Several weeks after horse meat was found in frozen hamburgers in Irish and British supermarkets, frozen food purveyors in the U.K. and France announced the recall of lasagna and other products that contained up to 100 percent horse meat. What do you think?

  • “Well, if they’re not going to eat any of it, I’d be happy to take it off their hands for them.”

    Cedric Ashbrook
    Caddie
  • “That’s disgusting! Horses are not for eating! Cows are for eating!”

    Rosalind Gooding
    Fingerprint Clerk
  • “Boy, these Europeans sure are a bunch of snobs.”

    Fernando Miro
    Bean Sprout Grower