Hasta La Vista–Again
They taste the same to me. We have both fox and greys here and I eat both species.
Are the gray ones any tastyer than the red ones, and can you mix them up? Betcha theyd be damn decient in swamp gravey also. Chow Jim
That’s a great idea. But, as someone who just is not capable of leaving a recipe alone, I’d have to add some carmelized onion and top the whole thing with chili. With a couple of squirrels in the freezer right now, I’ll do this over the weekend.
I sent the squirrel melt video to a friend of mine in TN, he’s a hunter, he said GROSS! The only way he like squirrel is to simmer with onions and celery, S & P until tender, drop dumplins.
LMAO. If only it was RR doing this as a 30 minute meal.
MMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! Squirrel melt sammies.
Me either, I thought others might like it though..
Just cant do it…[xx(]
One in the same. Had a bush pilot comment that my packing was just what he wanted. Followed the advice in the book.
If you’re referrring to the Bean book by Angus Cameron and Judith Jones you are talking about one terific book filled with great information and recipes.
A recipe from the LL Bean game cookbook using a crockpot is now one of my favs. Cut up the critter, place in the bottom pot, cover w/ a med sliced onion, a few tablespoons of tomato based bbq sauce and cook on low for eight to ten hours. Serve w/ rice or noodles. Works well in a pot buried in a fire pit if camping.
Here is a recipe that you will love…………it will change your mind about squirrels forever!
Squirrel Road Kill Brunswick Stew
Okay, you’ve got quick reflexes and have just hit a squirrel.Take that sucker and skin it, cut the head off and remove the internal organs.
Cut squirrel into pieces and add to chopped pork of equal amounts and saute it slowly until light brown in 1/4 cup shortening. Then remove from the pan. Use the squirrel and pork fat to brown 1/2 cup of chopped onions.
Put the squirrel, pork and onions in a stewing pot and add 2 cups of quartered tomatoes. 2 cups of lima beans. 1 cup of hot water. Cayenne to taste.
Simmer till squirrel and pork is just about tender and add 3 cups of
corn. 2 spoons of Worcestershire sauce and a cup of toasted bread crumbs.
Simmer for until completely tender..then there you are!!!
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