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    Coon BBQ (like pulled pork)

    Guys if you haven't ever tried Coon BBQ you don't know what you're missing.
    If you like pulled pork BBQ then you'll love this.


    Coon BBQ (like pulled pork)

    Ok here goes, be advised this is my mom's recipe and she doesn't measure any of her ingredients.....she goes by looks and taste as she makes it. All ingredients are approximate and you should add amounts for your own taste and likings.

    -Put your coon (skinned of course) in a crock pot and fill with water 1/4 to a 1/3 way, add garlic powder or freshly chopped garlic and add some chopped onions too.
    (The garlic gets rid of the gamey taste as with all game I use garlic for this)
    Cook on high all night.

    - The next morning take the coon out let cool (cool enough so you can handle it with your hands) and de-bone and cut excess fat off and also drain all the juice left in the crock pot because it will be all grease.

    -Put the coon back in the crock pot once de-boned.

    -Add approx :
    (I'd mix all ingredients below 1st so you can taste it and add accordingly except the water...go ahead and add that to the coon now)
    2 cups water
    More garlic powder
    More onions (chopped)
    1 large bottle ketchup
    1/8 to 1/4 cup mustard
    1/2 to 3/4 cup brown sugar (if you're diabetic you can substitute with Splenda brand brown sugar)
    Tabasco hot sauce...add for flavor (to your own likings)
    Above is homemade bbq sauce,
    (I guarantee you'll like this better than a store bought sauce, everyone I know that has tried this loves it and wants to know the recipe, she's just a good ol' country girl that knows how to cook without measuring things and never makes anything from a box at the supermarket!!!)

    - After adding all the ingredients above put your crock pot on low and cook all day stirring occasionally and get ready to serve, on hamburger buns, with chips, potatoe salad etc...
    Enjoy!!!! Coon makes some of the best bbq I've ever had
    Steve, in Massachusetts...

    I don't hunt for the kill, I kill for the hunt.

    Be American, Buy American... Stimulate!

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    Re: Coon BBQ (like pulled pork)

    Never tried coon like that, but I have made gallons of BBQ sauce the same way, and it is good.

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    Re: Coon BBQ (like pulled pork)

    George, give it a try....you don't know what you're missing 'til you try it
    Steve, in Massachusetts...

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    Be American, Buy American... Stimulate!

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    Re: Coon BBQ (like pulled pork)

    I will the very next time I kill a coon. I have eaten several of them, just not BBQ'd.


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