What is your favorite squirrel cooking recepie??

What is your favorite squirrel cooking recepie??

Joined: July 19th, 2003, 12:46 pm

December 13th, 2011, 11:54 pm #1

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
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Joined: October 14th, 2006, 12:30 am

December 14th, 2011, 2:17 pm #2

I think squirrel benefits from any kind of slow cooking/longer cook time. So, after browning the tree rat(s) in butter and garlic, add some diced tomatoes and whatever veggies you like, add a little merlot to taste, bring to a sizzle - then reduce to low, cover the pan and simmer for at least 25 minutes. The meat will then fall off the bone. I like it served over rice.
















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Joined: June 25th, 2010, 6:49 pm

December 14th, 2011, 7:06 pm #3

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
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Joined: July 19th, 2003, 12:46 pm

December 20th, 2011, 9:20 pm #4

I think squirrel benefits from any kind of slow cooking/longer cook time. So, after browning the tree rat(s) in butter and garlic, add some diced tomatoes and whatever veggies you like, add a little merlot to taste, bring to a sizzle - then reduce to low, cover the pan and simmer for at least 25 minutes. The meat will then fall off the bone. I like it served over rice.
















Vines
that was a fine little gun you had there. I keep thinking how cool it would be to have a marauder trigger group fit to the action. When I was shooting your pistol @ the spinners, I was just missing by a hair here and there.



Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 227 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
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Joined: October 14th, 2006, 12:30 am

December 21st, 2011, 12:34 am #5

this one did...



And I agree with you re: P'Rod trigger group. It hasn't happened yet, but I suspect it will at some point.



Take care Dutch






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Joined: November 27th, 2011, 6:40 pm

December 21st, 2011, 2:03 am #6

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
just like chicken ummm ummm good
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Joined: May 28th, 2008, 12:02 am

December 23rd, 2011, 1:25 am #7

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
My Brother calls it Sloppy squirrels pretty tasty wit some chips
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Joined: May 31st, 2002, 8:52 am

January 4th, 2012, 1:18 pm #8

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
Only because it was my first.

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Joined: July 13th, 2009, 2:26 am

February 13th, 2012, 5:46 am #9

I am thinking of browning them and cooking them in cream of mushroom soup as I cook rabbit with a sliced jalapeno, onion, and glaric clove in the cast iron.

Dutch



Self proclaimed shootinist sumbitch...there ever was almost!!
Its hard bein shootinst sum bitch...welp not its not.
started @ 228 compressor fills in 6/22/08
188 compressor fills and I have broke even
And aaain't it grrreaaat to be livinnn in the USA.
I never whacked a pigeon, starling, or sparrow that didn't deserve it!!!
1523 and countin....on pigeons..
starling count started 11--
My mom used to just fry them up like chicken, crust and all. Made some very good brown gravy. They had to be young, or you'd be chewing all night. It was the oven for the old guys. Or, sometimes we'd slice and dice up the meat and make BBQ out of the old guys. Worked well for the bigger rabbits too. No matter how tough they were...properly chopped, they chewed up easy and went down smooth!


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