Squirrel stew

Discussion in 'Small Game' started by jkvirginia, May 21, 2004.

  1. jkvirginia

    jkvirginia Active Member

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    As small game season approaches, I find myself craving a good pot of squirrel stew like grand-dad used to brew up... Unfortunately, the old codger passed on without leaving me a recipe for it :(

    So who's got the award-winning recipe for some good old-fashioned bushytail stew?
     
  2. Irish Setter

    Irish Setter Well-Known Member

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    Can't help with the stew, but I can give you a good receipe for squirrel and gravy.
     

  3. Anonymous

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    Reminds me of a blue grass song
    "here come Sally with a snicker and a grin,
    groundhog gravy all over her chin.
    Po groundhog!
    I put them in the crockpot with alphabet soup starter that comes in a pringles type can at the local giant eagle/kroger/piggly-wiggly depending on your locale.
    Put it on medium with lots of water, and go to work.
    It will greet you as you open the front door.
     
  4. jcwat

    jcwat Super Member

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    herer is my own home brewed stew,

    3 squirrels - boiled then pick meat off & chop up

    1 can tomatoe soup

    1 can corn

    3 potatoes- chopped up into small pieces

    1 small sweet onion- chopped up

    2 carrots- chopped up

    2 cups water


    add all ingrediants into big pot and bring to a slow rolling boil.
    cook uncovered until liquid boils down to stew consistency.
    i like my stew kinda thick. enjoy!