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How's about thinking of a tasty raccoon supper?
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2011, 08:15:05 AM »
How's about thinking of a tasty raccoon supper?
>
> If you have a "problems" with raccoons as predators here is a tasty
> recipe from my book Free-Range Poultry & Marketing available from
> Back40Books.com:
> RACCOON FREE-RANGE
> Don't get mad, get dinner! Clean and skin raccoon allowing it to age for
> two days at 34-40. Stuff
> with ordinary bread stuffing (sage seasoning is nice).
> Place in a deep roaster pan. Season well with pepper and salt. Pour
> about one inch of beef stock
> into the pan.
> Put peeled sweet potatoes around 'coon and sprinkle a little flour over
> the whole; cover with a
> crust the same as for a pot pie but omitting any shortening as the crust
> will be removed after
> baking and will not be served.
> Bake about 3 hours in covered pan at 350. (cook until tender).
> Remove crust and serve hot. A
> very satisfying meal!
> Herman Beck-Chenoweth
> Publisher, American Small Farm & Country Life magazine
>
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