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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 12:46 pm 
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It has been real wet this wear and we got tons of acorns and all kinds of nuts. We got tons of squirrels and they are everywhere.

They have been driving my rat terrier Dixie crazy. She trees several each day. Won't be long before the leaves start to fall and we can do some serious hunting.

Lil Bit my male has a good chop mouth on the tree. Dixie has more of a yip on the tree. She squeals alot when on the tree like she is hurting. Maybe she is because she sure wants that squirrel.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 1:58 pm 
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What's your favorite method of cooking squirrel ????


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Fried with gravy and biscuits. My mother could make the best squirrel and dumplings you ever put in your mouth. I cannot duplicate this yet.

When I was president of the local field trial club we used to have a mulligan stew at lunch twice a year. We always used squirrel and it was plenty good.

Here is one that I am going to try this year that my cousin told me about. He hunted with a bunch of cajuns from Louisana and they are no slouch when it comes to cooking. Get a tall pot and put onion rings in the bottom, then put a layer of cut up squirrel. Do this all the way to the top seasoning it with salt and pepper as you go. Cover the mixture with water and simmer until done. He claimed it was the best he ever ate.


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