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Offline Gsun

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #120 on: August 27, 2014, 08:16:28 pm »
Haven't had squirrel since , well, a long time! Used to make stew. Pretty good actually. A lot of the buggers around my house, but the wife would not go for it!

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #121 on: December 21, 2015, 07:21:37 pm »
Ok this is my favorite soup recipe and since its getting cold outside we started making it again.

SAUSAGE SOUP
 
1/2 large onion, chopped and browned
5 Italian sausage links, opened, skins removed and browned in small pieces
(I also use Italian turkey sausage, which I buy in bulk, not links, 20 oz package)
1/2 Cup Orzo (pasta)
4 Cups chicken broth
1 36 oz can diced tomatoes
1/4 teaspoon salt
Chopped fresh basil (optional)
 
Simmer soup 1/2 hour and serve with fresh basil



EDIT: Repost, still worth it.

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #122 on: December 22, 2015, 07:06:51 am »
Holy thread resurrection Batman! This sounds good and easy to make. I'm going to try it.

Ok this is my favorite soup recipe and since its getting cold outside we started making it again.

SAUSAGE SOUP
 
1/2 large onion, chopped and browned
5 Italian sausage links, opened, skins removed and browned in small pieces
(I also use Italian turkey sausage, which I buy in bulk, not links, 20 oz package)
1/2 Cup Orzo (pasta)
4 Cups chicken broth
1 36 oz can diced tomatoes
1/4 teaspoon salt
Chopped fresh basil (optional)
 
Simmer soup 1/2 hour and serve with fresh basil



EDIT: Repost, still worth it.

Offline Classvino

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Re: Share your favorite recipe
« Reply #123 on: December 22, 2015, 09:13:33 am »
BBQ Squirrel

~ 4 squirrels, quartered
~ 3 tbsp salt
~ 2 tsp pepper
~ 1 tsp garlic powder
~ 1 tsp onion powder
~ your favorite dry rub
~ charcoal briquets
~ 3 handfuls hickory chips
~ your favorite bbq sauce

In a large pot, boil the squirrel in water seasoned with the salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder for 1 hour or until tender.

In the meantime, soak the hickory chips in water. Light the charcoal and let them get white hot. Place them to one side of your grill.

Remove the squirrel from the water and pat dry. Coat with your favorite dry rub.

Add one handful of wood chips to the hot coals.

Place squirrel on grill across from the hot coals. Cover and smoke for 1 hour. Add a handful of wood chips every half hour.

Add last of the wood chips and baste squirrel with bbq sauce. Smoke for another half hour basting another 3 - 4 times.

Serve with mashed potatoes, sweet corn and buttermilk bisquits.


Since it's resurrected already...

Reminiscent of that Christmas standard : (my apologies to Kirby...)

Chipmunks roasting on an open fire,
Hot sauce dripping from their toes,
Yuletide squirrels fresh-filleted by the choir
They poked hot skewers through their noses

Everybody knows some pepper and a garlic clove
Help to keep make them seasoned right
Tiny rats with a crisp golden coat
Will really hit the spot tonight

And now when Santa sees his tray
There'll be some homemade chipmunk jerky for his sleigh

And every hungry child is gonna spy
To see if chipmunks really sing when they fry

And so I'm brushing on some honey glaze
To keep them crisp and juicy too
Let's hope they get served, many times many ways
Tasty chipmunks, good food

And so I'm offering some recipes
From chipmunk pie to chipmunk stew
I'm not really sad that it ended this way
Furry chimpunks...screw you!

! No longer available


Jamie
2013 C14 - First "new" bike
1983 CB1100F, 1977 GS850, 1974 KH750 H2, 1974 KH500 H1, 1975 KH400 S3, 1979 RD 400 Daytona......