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Tonya Harding on Inside Edition!!

Discussion in 'TV ALERTS' started by LEO59, May 11, 2012.

  1. DORISPULASKI

    DORISPULASKI Watching submarine races

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    Perhaps she likes Brunswick stew?
     
  2. heckles

    heckles Well-Known Member

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    I don't know, maybe she has a taste for rodents? Would explain Jeff Gillooly.
     
  3. Japanfan

    Japanfan Well-Known Member

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    Rodents - squirrels - do have nutritional value, however. It's as viable a protein source as anything else. The reason they are not bred as a food source or eaten more is that there isn't a whole lot of meat on them. And they don't have the gourmet status of other small animals, like quails or frogs.

    But they are definitely a viable protein option and probably taste okay as well.
     
  4. DORISPULASKI

    DORISPULASKI Watching submarine races

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    There are quite a lot of people who like Brunswick Stew with squirrel.

    They do not live in NYC or Washington DC however:

    http://www.fieldandstream.com/forums/hunting/small-game/elmer-fudds-brunswick-stew

     
  5. heckles

    heckles Well-Known Member

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    Okay, but the important question is: do squirrels taste just like chicken?
     
  6. DORISPULASKI

    DORISPULASKI Watching submarine races

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    Grannyfan Active Member

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    My daddy hunted squirrels when I was a kid, and we ate it often. My mother fixed it like fried chicken, which is not to say it tasted just like chicken, but I liked it. I've tried to prepare it myself, but it ended up tough as shoe leather. I don't know what she did to it. Daddy also hunted dove, quail, and duck and we ate them all, along with a ton of crappie he and Mama caught.
     
  8. barbk

    barbk Well-Known Member

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    The Weight Watchers points book had an entry for squirrel ten or fifteen years ago. (Perhaps it still does.)
     
  9. skatingfan5

    skatingfan5 Past Prancer's Corridor

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    Even The Joy of Cooking (1970's edition) an entry on how to prepare squirrel -- including an illustration of how to skin one, which always squicked me out. :scream: