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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by johnnymg, Dec 2, 2019 at 9:07 PM.

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    Done a number of black tails over the years
    If the fleas n ticks are gone don't do It
    Otherwise remove the hide gently...
    Don't send it to China...

    Don't consider the liver
    Probably burst on impact
    Pull the hams
    &
    The back straps
    Which ever you decide to use
    Cube it about 1"
    Soak it in a marinade of milk & cognac to tenderize it
    Then make a stroganoff using real sour cream, not that lame grocery store stuff
     
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    What is a Black Tail?
     
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    Does that include any roadkill?
    I mean if I would accidentally kill my neighbour on the road, does that mean I have to eat him?
    To be honest I don´t really hate him but I think I would not even like him with some good onions and some good spices.
    On the other hand you can eat everything that had been roadkilled as long as you take care it is cooked very well and very good heat and long enough.
    Rats, snails, deers and maybe neighbours.
    But that is a strange law.

    Life is good,
    Robin
     
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    Badger Casserole

    Two badger hams, potatoes, broccoli, a big onion, sliced carrot, cooking oil, parsnip, flour, salt, pepper, spices, tomatoes.

    'Skin the badger in the garage as this stops the fleas getting all round the house.

    'Take off the hind legs with as much back muscle as possible and this will give you two good hams weighing around 3lbs.

    'The hams will have a good covering of fat and this will serve to baste the meat during cooking. If you are having a big crowd to dinner, add the forelegs, shoulder and, if need be, the neck as well.

    'Dredge the hams in seasoned flour, put a little oil into a casserole dish and lightly fry the meat on both sides. Remove the meat and fry the onion until it is golden.

    'Slice the spuds (potatoes) and parsnip, put them on the onion and chuck in the tomatoes.

    'Put the meat on top and pour on a cup of cider/wine/stock with the remains of the seasoned flour. Bring to the boil, cover and simmer for five minutes.

    'Place in a hot oven for an hour to an hour and a half. Alternatively you can put it in a slow oven or in the bottom of the AGA for 3hrs and go out for a good walk to work up an appetite.

    'Add the chopped up carrots and put it back in the oven for half an hour.

    'Boil a pan of broccoli (or greens of your choice) for five minutes.'

    Spoon off any fat or oil from the casserole and serve the meat on the bone with the sauce.

    Fill yer boots:)
     
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    "With some Fava Beans and a nice Chianti"

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    It’s a type of deer.
     
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    Thanks. I don't think we have them here.
     
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    Will Lefeurve Senior Stratmaster

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    I ate a tortoise once.. I've been slow off the mark ever since.. :rolleyes::D
     
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    At least it brought you out of your shell...
     
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    Will Lefeurve Senior Stratmaster

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    Oh jeez.. that made me laugh.. :thumb:
     
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    My favorite road kill recipe is level at noon, tone at 5 and gain at max. It gives an early Black Sabbath fuzz tone.

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    Yeah, maybe a mod should lock this thread off (or delete it) before someone throws a stink bomb into it.

    @Mansonienne
     
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    oh man... now i'm the party pooper

    mine was just a prediction LOL
     
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    Pretty easy really. Skin it, throw it on the grill, then slather Duke's mayonnaise on it.
     
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    Deer
     
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    Ive eaten a number of flies and midges whilst cycling fast downhill...yum
     
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