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  • AvatarBullfrogMcGee
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    the backs of three squirrels slow cooked overnight in chicken broth, and meat pulled…

    remaining bones, could have been picked a little better, but pressed for time

    broth strained for bones, then meat back into it, with dehydrated surplus garden veggies. I really enjoy adding dehydrated cabbage to this soup!

    legs for a parboil and pan fry!

    good stuff! The little rib bones when slow cooked (in case missed when picking meat) are edible.

    Avatarbeniah1066
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    Looks really good!

    AvatarKent T
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    My favorite wild meat!

    AvatarTeamAsgrow
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    I can’t eat too much any more…I get a little jumpy and act squirelly

    AvatarKeokukCoboy
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    Sooooo…….When”s supper? Sure looks good

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    That looks alot better than what the Hmong do with squirrels!

    Avatarkenhump
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    Definitely a step up from gopher on a stick.
    I might try that With a couple cottontails.

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    Quote by: bowfisher

    That looks alot better than what the Hmong do with squirrels!

    You mean you don’t like whole roasted (guts hair and all) squirrel on a green stick over a roaring fire? 😆

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    Quote by: speng5

    Quote by: bowfisher

    That looks alot better than what the Hmong do with squirrels!

    You mean you don’t like whole roasted (guts hair and all) squirrel on a green stick over a roaring fire? 😆

    In short…. No Spencer I do not!

    Don’t forget the toe nails to clean the meat out of their teeth with after the feast! YYYYIKES!

    AvatarCarpit
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    No place for that type of bigotry on this site.

    So disappointing and ignort of other cultures

    AvatarIhuntcurs
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    Looks awesome.

    AvatarBullfrogMcGee
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    Quote by: TeamAsgrow

    I can’t eat too much any more…I get a little jumpy and act squirelly

    😀

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    We will get a bunch of rabbits in the winter, grind all the meat up, mix it with pork and add some bratwurst seasoning to it. It hits the wow factor for sure. Might be worth trying the same with squirrels!

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    Quote by: Carpit

    No place for that type of bigotry on this site.

    So disappointing and ignort of other cultures

    I’m confused. Not liking an ethnic cuisine makes someone a bigot? I don’t like haggis, does that make me bigoted towards the Scottish?

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    Do you cook the meat bone-in and then pull the meat or cut it off the squirrel before cooking?

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