Meat has been one of the most popular dishes on American menus for decades, and the meat is made from the intestines of the bighorn sheep.
The bison have become so popular that they have become the subject of a movie, “The Last Bison,” about a young man named Timmy who travels to Yellowstone National Park to find a new life for himself.
Now, in a recent episode of the TV show “The Real World,” Timmy meets an up-and-coming restaurant called “Bison Heaven” that has just introduced a new way to enjoy the bisons: meatballs.
While the show’s tagline is, “Everything is a Bison, and we’re eating them!” the meatballs are actually a delicacy created by a group of restaurant owners who wanted to provide a new, modern way to eat meat.
The meatballs have been a staple of the restaurant scene for years, and now they are becoming an item of everyday dining.
But how does meatballs come together?
What makes a bison good?
And what is a bovine’s best friend?
We take a closer look at the history of bison.