November 3, 2023
Other posts show Hardison’s cooking skills and love for making delicious dishes like pork chops, lobster, chicken, and oxtails.
It all started on Oct. 31 after an Instagram user by the name of Bernard Hardison shared the pair of black bear legs he was about to throw on the grill. The photo showed Hardison holding a pair of skinned black bear legs with the foot still containing the bear’s black fur and claws.
“Black bear legs hitting the grill soon💨💨💨🪵🪵🪵,” he captioned the post.
He followed up with another post highlighting the “Black bear hams🪵🪵🪵🐻🐻🐻” he grilled. Hardison then went viral once The Shade Room caught wind of his eccentric food choices and reposted his bear grilling video to their page.
“Dem legs lookin too goodt! #Roomies, y’all down to try some bear legs or nah?🤔😋,” they wrote.
The video garnered mixed reactions with many questioning if it was legal, ethical, or even safe to eat black bear meat.
“I think I’ll pass on some honey roasted Winnie the Pooh thighs,” one user wrote.
“Y’all was asking when some new meat was going to come out. Here you go,” added someone else.
But one look at Hardison’s page will show you how open he is to eating all kinds of wild animals. One post shows Hardison grilling meat for his birria tacos. The head of an animal can be seen on the grill as Hardison works to prepare the meat stew or soup that’s made from goat, beef, lamb, mutton, or chicken.
Other posts show Hardison’s cooking skills and love for making delicious dishes like pork chops, lobster, chicken, and oxtails. The certified foodie has the streets talking and it might’ve been the marketing he needed for his chef business.
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