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Restaurant gets angry response after serving horse meat

13 May 2017

Cure in Pittsburgh served horse tartare during a special event on Monday.

There's also a Change.org petition, now at about 1,000 signatures, created by a former Humane Society director that asks Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf to "make sure that no more restaurants in PA serve horse". The decadent menu for that evening, entitled "Beast & Home of the courageous", listed the horse tartare alongside oyster, lobster, and elk dishes. America has no horse-slaughter facilities, so the meat had to come from Alberta, Canada - so, boom, not local.

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Horse welfare advocate Joy Braunstein says she was outraged to hear that horse was served.

"People are making such a big deal about the horse meat". She says that horses are given medication that is toxic to humans if ingested. Pittsburgh chef Justin Severino made a decision to push his luck anyway at his acclaimed restaurant, Cure, which has been nominated for awards by the James Beard Foundation and Food & Wine. One of the courses included horse tartare, which is traditional Quebecois.

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During its investigation, FSIS confirmed there were no other horse products in commerce or on the restaurant's menu.

Braunstein was at the center of another controversy earlier this the year: She chose to resign from her post as the head of the Western PA Humane Society, after an online petition began circulating demanding her removal, alleging that she bought a collie puppy from a mill, rather than adopt a dog from the shelter.

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Braunstein has started an online petition to ban horse meat from being served in Pennsylvania restaurants. It now has 991 signatures.

Restaurant gets angry response after serving horse meat