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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 06:04 
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its a good'en..........Hindquarters of 1 beaver
1 bottle KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce
Olive oil
Salt, black pepper
Place beaver on a large sheet of aluminum foil. Apply seasoning. Drizzle olive oil over the meat.
Cover beaver completely with barbecue sauce. Add about one cup of water. Wrap the aluminum foil closed. Cook on an outdoor barbecue for about 2 hours or bake in an oven at 350 degrees for 2 hours. Add water as necessary to prevent the meat from drying out....

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 08:22 
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Nah Chief I trust your experience :shock: if you say it's good then it's good and that's good enough for me :wink: .


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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 08:26 
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we will put this to use on our Second Annual Beaver Weekend Chief. Thanks!

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 09:51 
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TT my limited experience with this beaver bbq left me with a full belly.. :) B. MOOOO...Iv tried this one twice now.hope you guys like as much as I did... :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 10:49 
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well we'll eat just about anything for the most part :lol: i believe that this year also includes muskrat, duck, maybe a goose or 2, squirrel, some turtle i got off a guy, and doves. good weekend of groceries for sure.

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 11:00 
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......Turtle Soup
Turtle meat (about 1.5 or 2 pounds) from one large snapping turtle
1/2 teaspoon of chopped garlic
3 diced potatoes (1-inch pieces)
1 package of baby carrots
1 onion, cut up
1 can of chopped clams (optional)
12 large shrimp (optional)
1/2 can of corn
Salt, black pepper, red pepper, Italian seasoning, oregano, chili powder
2 tablespoons of Pillsbury gravy flour
1 cup sweet sherry (optional)

Brown the turtle meat in a little vegetable oil and chopped garlic. Boil the meat, carrots, potatoes and onion in about 1.5 quarts of water for about one hour.

Add the clams and shrimp if using, and corn. Add the seasonings. Simmer for 30 minutes.

Add the gravy flour, then add the sherry just before serving, if using.

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 11:01 
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Squirrel and Dumplings
2 squirrels
1 can of biscuits
Pillsbury gravy flour
Salt, pepper, garlic powder, dried parsley, oregano

Boil the squirrels and remove the meat from the bones. Add the meat back to the squirrel broth. Bring broth to a simmer. Add the seasonings.

Flatten and cut the biscuit dough into 3-inch strips. Add strips to the simmering broth and meat. Cook for about 20 minutes with occasional stirring. Add gravy flour to thicken

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 11:02 
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Goose Stew
1 goose breast, skinned and deboned
1 large onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 teaspoon chopped garlic
2 diced potatoes, 1-inch pieces, unpeeled
1 package baby carrots
1 package mushrooms
1/2 can of corn
Pillsbury gravy flour
Salt, black pepper, oregano, celery seed, Italian seasoning

Cut the goose meat into 2-inch-wide chunks. In a pot, slightly brown the meat in a bit of vegetable oil and the chopped garlic. Add the seasonings and vegetables to the pot. Add about 2 quarts of water and simmer for approximately one hour. Add the gravy flour to thicken the broth.

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Venison Pot Roast
Deer roast, 3-5 pounds
Garlic cloves, quartered
2 potatoes, unpeeled and quartered
1 package baby carrots
1 onion, quartered
1 package mushrooms
3 beef bullion cubes
Salt, black pepper, oregano

Make incisions in the roast 1-inch long and 1-inch deep. Insert the garlic cloves into the incisions. Place in a slow cooker and apply seasoning. Add vegetables. Cook under low heat for 6 to 8 hours.

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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2009, 22:31 
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sounds like some mighty fine eatin Chief.

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PostPosted: 24 Dec 2009, 10:01 
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i tried talkin mama into havin that muskrat in the freezer with dinner on saturday when i do christmas with her side of the family. it went over like a lead balloon.

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 Post subject: Re: try this one
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gotta throw some fish meals in there jase! I have almost stopped eating chicken and turkey completely since i move to alaska, its all fish, beaver, venison, fish, duck, some store bought pork and beef, oo and fish lol :P :P


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PostPosted: 09 May 2011, 20:13 
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scunfer wrote:
gotta throw some fish meals in there jase! I have almost stopped eating chicken and turkey completely since i move to alaska, its all fish, beaver, venison, fish, duck, some store bought pork and beef, oo and fish lol :P :P


Oh trust me, we have plenty of fish through the year. Every week we have at least one meal of fish, normally more.

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PostPosted: 09 May 2011, 21:28 
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scunfer wrote:
gotta throw some fish meals in there jase! I have almost stopped eating chicken and turkey completely since i move to alaska, its all fish, beaver, venison, fish, duck, some store bought pork and beef, oo and fish lol :P :P


Oh trust me, we have plenty of fish through the year. Every week we have at least one meal of fish, normally more.


:evil: Just NO FISH IN KANSAS this past APRIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :?

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