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Old 09-15-2013, 12:04 AM   #21
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If you're serious, Allegra makes a marinade called "game tame" you can buy it in a camouflage bottle at wal mart. Soak the bird in milk overnight, then wash it thoroughly. Rub game tame into the bird and let it sit in it for half an hour. Place on a rotisserie and as its cooking on the spit brush game tame on it every 5 minutes or so, or often enough to keep it wet.

I don't think we ever ate crow, but my brothers and I used to pop birds when we were in grade school and cook them like this every evening. My uncle taught us how to clean them and soak them and use the Rotisserie. Dad got an old fridge and put it in the garage for our "projects" cuz mom was tired of finding dead animals in her fridge. We didnt care what it was as long as it was big enough to make a decent snack for us we'd kill it skin it and eat it. With the game tame all the birds tasted pretty much the same. Which was actually pretty good. Pigeon and Dove taste better than most. Wood duck is the nectar of the Gods.

Only thing we didnt shoot was buzzard, skunk and armadillo for obvious reasons. But crow... I just don't remember shooting or eating any. But if we saw one close enough to pop we probably would have.
Lol! When my bf was a young child he used to trap blue jays and his mother would cook em and he'd eat them lol!!!!!!! I just find it sooo funny and cute. Lil hunters.
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Lol! When my bf was a young child he used to trap blue jays and his mother would cook em and he'd eat them lol!!!!!!! I just find it sooo funny and cute. Lil hunters.
Yep we ate blue jays for sure.
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People eat crows? They are hunted over here for population control and farm damage. They are disposed of though. Still, if you must eat...

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Humm? I think a Black Bird pie recipe calls for 4 and 20 Black Birds. I could not find a Blue Jay casserole recipe? It seems Paula Deens web page was down.

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I think I could stomach it provided I don't know what it is.

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