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    Squirrel For Supper

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    Hello Friends--

    I fried up a couple squirrels a few days ago.They were excellent!

    The squirrels were big and tough, so I fried them, made gravy and put them in the crock pot on low for several hours. The meat was falling off the bone!

    I still have 4 squirrels in the freezer for a couple more meals.

    DRSLYR

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    Looks good.
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    That looks really good!!!
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    Nutria in crock pot does the same! Good eating!

    Your squirrel looks great!

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    Dad cooks them on a smoker occasionally, so tender and good! Yours looks delicious as well!
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    You had enough squirrel for Squirrel & Dumplings. Yum Yum
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    Looks good, DRSLYR! I cut up my squirrel into parts and freeze in water. I usually wait until squirrel season is over and then start having squirrel dinners in February (season in Ohio goes unti January 31). It's just about time!
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    Were not even allowed to kill tree squirrels here, and the ones we have are little suckers anyway. Biggest "squirrel" we have are ground squirrels, and we are allowed to kill them. Never heard of anybody eating them though.

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    I have always boiled them for about 45 min. then flowered them and fried them golden brown, added homemade gravy. hey grandpa, what's for supper,,,,,,,,,,,
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    I have never harvested an animal but I have KILLED QUITE A FEW !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bango Skank View Post
    Were not even allowed to kill tree squirrels here, and the ones we have are little suckers anyway. Biggest "squirrel" we have are ground squirrels, and we are allowed to kill them. Never heard of anybody eating them though.
    WOW!! Where do you live? We have fox and gray squirrels here in Missouri. I've been hunting them since I was 9 years old.

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