Booya season in full swing; here's wh...

Booya season in full swing; here's where to get it

There are 22 comments on the story from Sep 25, 2009, titled Booya season in full swing; here's where to get it. In it, reports that:

Is it a soup? A stew? Does it turn out better at a church, a fire department or a bar? Is there really squirrel in it? Find out for yourself - booya season is in full swing in the Twin Cities.

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Rosemount, MN

#25 Oct 30, 2009
DFL4LIFE wrote:
Shouldn't we all hold on a minute here and consider how these foods may be contributing to the obesity crisis? Yes, the soup may taste good, but meats and trans-fats pose a real and significant menace to health, especially of our kids. Trans-fats are something that really needs some scrutiny and regulation/restriction by the FDA.
Get a life. Booya is basically vegtable beef soup. If your going to be so anal retentive about something like that, go eat a cracker.

Saint Paul, MN

#26 Oct 4, 2013
The World Championship Booya Cook-Off!
Sat. Oct. 5th starting at noon till gone.
8TH Ave. and Southview Blvd., South St. Paul.

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