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Old 08-21-2013, 02:48 PM   #31
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Bark that squirrel.

And there's actually a season?
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@Devin,, I guess the old timers aren't joking when they " waste not, want not."
You got that right. He wouldn't waste any part of an animal. everything got used for something. Ain't no telling how many coon skin hats i had growing up.
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Default Two ways........................

Most peoples skin them, how many of you all put them in boilin water and remove the hair and leave the skin on............and old man down the road all ways left the skin on..................wheres the easy skinnin you tube videos.......................
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Most peoples skin them, how many of you all put them in boilin water and remove the hair and leave the skin on............and old man down the road all ways left the skin on..................wheres the easy skinnin you tube videos.......................
Peta probably wont let them show stuff like that.
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Feed myself on those things all the time when I was a kid.
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I make sure to get a couple wkends of dove in, theyre some mighty good eatin. Cubed breast, sauted with some mushrooms and onions, into a gravy over buttery mashed taters......
Or cut the breast in half, cut a pepper in half fill it with cream cheese, stick the breast in there wrap with bacon and throw on the grill...
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Or cut the breast in half, cut a pepper in half fill it with cream cheese, stick the breast in there wrap with bacon and throw on the grill...
We do somethin like that with shrimp.
Put cream cheese and maybe a slice of jalapeņo pepper on a shrimp, wrap it in bacon, skewer it with a toothpick, and grill it.
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Any recipes for tree rat? Haven't eaten any for many years, bout to take my son on his first squirrel hunt and being ethical hunters of course we're eating anything killed but don't wanna gag doing it and steer him off of squirrel if it too gross. Btw the wife refuses to help,lol , so its on me, the simpler the recipe the better. I remember my uncle putting the meat in a sack of seasonings and just shake, then pantry. Was pretty good but gamey
As heck.
I found this recipe makes them pretty tasty.

3 eggs
1/3 cup water
1 cup Buffalo wing sauce
2 cups self-rising flour
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
3 to 4 squirrels, quartered
Peanut Oil
Soak your squirrel pieces overnight in a salt water and meat tenderizer brine.

Heat the oil to 350 degrees.

Combine the flour, salt, pepper, and garlic powder in a bowl and set aside. In another bowl, combine the eggs and water and mix well. Slowly pour the Buffalo wing sauce into the egg mixture and continue to mix well.

Dip the squirrel quarters in the egg mixture and the roll well in the flour mix. Fry the squirrel in the oil for about 10-15 minutes until golden and crispy. Serves about 4 people.
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