I'm looking for recipes that a member has created and that has not gone to some website.
There should be a lot of good rabbit recipes around - it only seems to be Americans who have problems eating some scrumptious bunny flesh.
How does squirrel compare to rabbit?
My grandmother back in Belgium used to make a wonderful rabbit stew with brown beer and some bacon. I remember having to carefully pick out the lead shot...
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your grandmother is a boss.
Hmm, only if you didn't cook it very long or put it on the squirrel too late in the process. I lot of the liquid evaporates, and only the "fermented" taste is left behind
ive never had squirrel. ive had chipmunk though...
to the actual comment. when i first read it, i thought you were going to say the beer was for the person grilling. but then you actually used it in the recipe...
chipmunk ? What did you do, catch it in a mouse trap ? Shooting the ones we see around here is out of the question. A 4/10 would wipe it into oblivion.
haha when i first read that i must not have been paying attention. i guess you would be able to shoot one with a .22... a 4/10 there would be nothing left.
Practice, because they are quick little rodents LOL
nope. i actually ate it at a cooking contest. it was kind of greasy and stringy.
I would think there would be more meat on a mini-chicken wing. They aren't much bigger then a mouse (the ones around here anyway).
i didnt see how much meat was in it, they were just throwing it on a plate and handing out toothpicks. i agree though. you would have to kill an army of them to get enough to make anything.
Yeah, if you have a family member that does drink beer, it is sometimes difficult enough trying to get them to sacrifice one, but it or the cooking wine does the wild taste a lot of good (especially for those that don't like that wild taste).
It is no worse then bread really. Yeast ferments and creates alcohol as a waste product. So it does in bread also. But the baking evaporates it.
The same if you use a table spoon of cooking wine. Gives an even better flavor (for those that like the taste). Squirrel a la vine` LOL
It all cooks off.
Google it, there's hundred's.
There's nothing more satisfying than creating your own mix...
Here's one that seems to be good for just about anything... I just made some jerky with this and it's very tasty!
I don't use measure's but i'll approx..
1/4tspn- chile flakes
" " - salt
3 tblspn- sugar or honey
1 garlic crushed..
1 cup soya sauce or teryaki sauce..
Any mixed spices you care to add.
Allow to soak in fridge atleast over night....
Then flame grill!!
Oh so tasty!