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Old October 1st, 2014, 06:49 PM   #1
 
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Boys, Can you help me with a good tree rodent recipe? SS



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There are lots of really good ways to cook squirrel. Do you have anything in mind, as in a certain way you like it?
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My dog could give you a really good squirrel recipe...if he could ever catch one!
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thanks, hokieman! s
can't wait to try it out.
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A .22lr should do the trick
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Squirrel legs done up Buffalo Wing style?
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Theres several on youtube. The one common theme is cook'm for a long time. Like 2.5-3hr time.
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I leave them on a stone wall overnight. Did I mention it us a recipe for coyote?

Seriously, pulled squirrel sliders. Poach squirrels in salt water for an hour. Pull the meat, add BBQ sauce. Serve on a bun.
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Squirrel and dumplings. Cooks the same. Delicious.
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I like to start with some CCI primers and about 8 grains of.... oops. Wrong recipe guys. I'm sorry.

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Just use a recipe for Stone Soup.
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I like cooking them in a pressure cooker.It falls off the bone add BBQ sauce.
If you cook on the stove top I would use olive oil or coconut oil.get the oil hot sear the meat on all sides for 10 to 15 seconds that Will trap the moisture in the meat.Cover pan and cook on low.
Side note if you wet the hid before you skin it you will have less hair end up on your meat it will make cleaning the the meat much easier.
I have two squirrel dog so we put plenty of the in the freezer every year.
We use the meat for most recipes just cook slow and low.
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