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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2016, 23:19 
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well, I started it last night and finished tonight. I made a pot of rabbit & squirrel dumpling (Bisquick) stew. The freshman sniped some cottontails with his new pellet rifle from the deck and he & his friend got a squirrel before. All of them froze up in the last deep freeze but thawed out by this past weekend so we cut them up. I cooked the veggies and meat in separate pots last night, deboned the meat and cubed it up, and reheated tonight with an added quart of chicken stock and then dropped in Bisquick dough for dumplings. Pretty good stuff!!

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South Dakota has almost no tradition of squirrel hunting even though after the establishment of farm shelterbelts within the last 100+ years, eastern fox squirrels are plentiful in most. I suspect the number of adults in the state that actively hunt squirrels and eat them probably is only in the couple of hundreds if that. People probably hunt more bunnies but pheasant snobbery overshadows their use. Its sort of like if I showed up (which I have) at a nice state fish cleaning station with white (silver) bass to clean and the walleye purists would look at me and say, "Oh , you're going to clean that here ??". I guess most people in this state haven't been hungry enough to expand their minds...

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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2016, 07:45 
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now that looks good ,

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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2016, 08:14 
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Sounds good and looks good, but I think it needs more black pepper.

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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2016, 09:19 
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Looks yummy, was this the first time cooking this food for the boys.


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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2016, 20:38 
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looks good !!!

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