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Squirrel!

{ POST_BY_AUTHOR } Steve A » Fri Aug 17, 2012 5:57 am

This article tells more than you ever wanted to know about the food value of that very important burgoo ingredient: Chicken of the trees

Note: I hate to make this "us against them", but squirrels and chipmunks are the reason I can't have a vegetable garden.

Note 2: Mad props to the Big City Chicago weekly for this article. Whodathunk they'd know about this kind of thing?
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Re: Squirrel!

{ POST_BY_AUTHOR } Robin Garr » Fri Aug 17, 2012 7:45 am

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Re: Squirrel!

{ POST_BY_AUTHOR } DanB » Thu Aug 23, 2012 11:11 am

We used to soak them overnight in the five gallon bucket with saltwater and ice. Next day make a small pit next to the fire, put squirrely in aluminum foil with salt/pepper, onions, beer, bacon, or whatever we had (usually beer). Seal the aluminum foil and put it on a bed of coals, cover with more coals and then some dirt. Go fishing or hunting some more. About 90 minutes later you had something a lot better than that can of spam in the truck.

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