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January 26, 2005

titty baby

Girl, if the guys skinned and cleaned them, the hard part is done. Now, be a sweet thang and cook those tree rats for your man.

It's not difficult. You DO know how to make dumplings, don't you? (And if you say "NO," you need to be dragged off and shot.) Make a pot of squirrel and dumplings just the way you would chicken and dumplings--- except use squirrel meat instead of chicken.

*Boil the squirrels until the meat falls off the bone. Remove squirrels from pot and remove bones from squirrels. Tear the meat into fairly small pieces.

*Cook the dumpings. Add salt, pepper, terragon, about 1/4 stick of real butter and toss the squirrel meat in the pot when the dumplings are almost done.

*When the dumplings are done, so is the meal. Serve it proudly on a plate or in a bowl and reward your cave-man husband for being the mighty hunter he is.

COOK THEM RATS!!! Don't be a titty-baby.

Comments

These suggestions are positively mouthwatering: http://www.jerrysbaitandtackle.com/Recipes/Squirrel.htm . I wish *I* had some squirrel to cook.

Posted by: Joel on January 26, 2005 01:27 PM

Dammit Rob,
Now I've got a hankering for squirrel and dumplings! I knew I should'nt have barbequed them all. Just Damn! (hat tip to Dax) Rey

Posted by: Rey on January 26, 2005 02:12 PM

Dude, I have my limits. Why don't you drag your ornery crackerass across Effingham County and fix them? Hell, you and him can eat the ENTIRE pot. I'll roll out the dumplings and everything. But I ain't touchin' that shit.

Do I know how to make a pot of chicken dumplings? Rob...don't make me hurt you! Of COURSE I know how. In fact, I made a big pot last night. Next time I do, I'll have to bring you a big bowl. You'll fall to your knees and swear Jesus blessed the pot.

Posted by: Gennie on January 26, 2005 03:26 PM

If you do it right, you cook the heads and eat the brains, too. Some people leave out that part.

Posted by: Dash on January 26, 2005 07:02 PM

What is a titty baby?

Posted by: Billy Pooper on February 15, 2005 06:17 PM
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