Badger Stew

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Introduction: Badger Stew

About: Tim Anderson is the author of the "Heirloom Technology" column in Make Magazine. He is co-founder of www.zcorp.com, manufacturers of "3D Printer" output devices. His detailed drawings of traditional Pacific...

Warning!
Dead animal dismembering!
Irreverence! Possible poor taste!
Non-compliance with user expectations!
Don't read unless you want that sort of thing!

You've killed and skinned a badger.
Now what?
Cut it up.
And cut it up and cut it up.
And make stew!

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This is one big step with multiple photos! Click on the yellow squares to read the embedded text!
Don't expect this Instructable to comply with any standard Instrucables conventions like "steps".
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    13 Discussions

    I love badgers. Have you seen my profile picture! Great instructable though.

    You mentioned a trapper saying the badger was a bit skinny/small, I have to agree. It's a good-sized animal you got, but there are ones out there that are really big.

    Here one takes on a grizzly bear:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RqJFza3sbE

    Welcome to Burning Man, where nudity means even less than it normally does, if it ever meant anything... Please review This instructable.
    what discreet photography :-)

    next up: badger pot pie! seriously though, this was rather informative.

    "So, what did you do at Burning Man, Tim?" "I took apart a badger to see how it worked. Then I made it into stew." I don't know why people bother taking drugs at Burning Man, if there's stuff like that going on without you even having to hallucinate it.

    Good work skinning and dismembering that badger. If you ever get tired of engineering, you could always be a trapper (if you weren't one already in a past life). I hope you had the chance to try it with some cold Fosters. Roast badger and Fosters pair up quite well. Cheers!