Eating a Camel Hump

In the United Arab Emirates, adventurous chef Anissa Helou got a chance to taste roasted camel hump. The tender hump full of stored fat is the choicest part of the camel, and you have to buy an entire camel to get the hump. In this post, you'll also see how to cook a whole camel at once! Link -Thanks, Hanan!

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It actually didn't look that bad. Well the outside yellow stuff looks gross, but the meat looks pretty good. Looks like a slow cooked tender potroast.
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