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Old 09-04-2013, 04:17 AM   #1
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Anybody know any good crow meat recipes?

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Old 09-04-2013, 12:52 PM   #2
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I know a good opossum recipe that I always heard when I was little:

Nail the opossum to a 2x4.
Put the 2x4 and opossum in a pan.
Add potatoes, onions, and salt and pepper.
Cook at 375 for 2 hours.

When finished, throw away the opossum and eat the 2x4.


That's sort of how I feel about crow. I'm not one of those squeamish people that turns his nose up at anything that doesn't come out of the grocery store, but I do have a hard time with the thought of easting crow just because the term "eating crow" has always been used in a negative context.

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Grab a hot dog at the gas station, its probably crow meat anyways.

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I would guess cooking it in milk to help with gamines and lots of pepper. I've killed them and made things out of them but never eaten one.

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Grab a hot dog at the gas station, its probably crow meat anyways.
Crow meat would probably be healthier than “mechanically separated chicken.”
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Crow meat would probably be healthier than “mechanically separated chicken.”
Especially when it's processed in China.
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Anybody know any good crow meat recipes?
Not yet, but the Obama White House hopefully will release one soon...
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With the way the crows around here are always getting into the trash and eating everything, I can't imagine their meat tastes very good.

Maybe country crow are different, but them city crow seem vile.

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Here ya go.


http://www.crowbusters.com/recipes.htm

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Country crows eat roadkill and nasty carrion. Imo, if someone with the name "mountainman" has never ate one, I won't either. The chicken I usually eat is Amish raised, no hormones or steroids, etc.

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