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Poll: Which members recipe did you think sounds the tastiest?
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Wild Canon: Honey Roast Squirrel 20.00% 4 20.00%
Skippy: Squirrel Stew 10.00% 2 10.00%
Tibbar: Squirrel Pasta 10.00% 2 10.00%
Copperfirefly: Squirrel Recipe 5.00% 1 5.00%
Lizzy: Tree Rat-a-touille 20.00% 4 20.00%
Timberwolf: Squirrel with chocolate sauce 25.00% 5 25.00%
Kingfisher: Belgian Squirrel 5.00% 1 5.00%
Gourmetfungi : squirrel leg confit and liver mousse stuufed roasted saddle 5.00% 1 5.00%
Total 20 votes 100%
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Hello all,

We have eight entries for the competition which is now closed. Please vote for your tastiest recipe in this thread. They all sound great so it's going to be a difficult decision!

The only rule is that members who have entered the competition may not vote for their own recipe. Please make sure you have read all the entries before voting for your favourite!

Voting lasts for three days, so you have some time to make up your mind. The winner will recieve a choice between David Attenborough's "Life in the Undergrowth" DVD or book.

Good luck to all our competitors! Icon_biggrin

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Congratulations Timberwolf for your winning entry "Squirrel with chocolate sauce"! Timberwolf, please check your PM's so you can claim your prize.

Well done to all our other competitors, thank you for all your entries they were all very entertaining!

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Well done TW, I look forward to trying your recipe Icon_razz

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Congrats, TimberWolf! Yes, we will have to check out the recipe--especially the chocolate sauce part Icon_smile .

A splendid job, everyone!

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Well done Timberwolf, you going for the DVD or book?
Good try everyone else!

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Icon_eek Tongueicks self up off floor: Icon_eek

Er... thanks to all those who voted, which probably goes to show that one can never have enough chocolate sauce Icon_biggrin.

I'd like to thank my agent...

Seriously... Icon_eek


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Well done from Skippy & Tibbar. Acceptance speech has left us speechless Timberwolf!! Good fun though!!!!

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TimberWolf Wrote:
Icon_eek Tongueicks self up off floor: Icon_eek

Er... thanks to all those who voted, which probably goes to show that one can never have enough chocolate sauce Icon_biggrin.

I'd like to thank my agent...

Seriously... Icon_eek


Well you know, if people in Mexico can eat turkey with mole sauce, why not squirrel with chocolate sauce?

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Mole sauce? You mean like actually the animal kind? Icon_confused

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Mole sauce? You mean like actually the animal kind? Icon_confused


No Icon_mrgreen , the Mexican kind, pronounced "Mo-lay".

"Mole poblano is prepared with dried chile peppers (commonly ancho, pasilla, mulato and chipotle), ground nuts and/or seeds(almonds, indigenous peanuts, and/or sesame seeds), spices, Mexican chocolate (cacao ground with sugar and cinnamon and occasionally nuts), salt, and a variety of other ingredients including charred avocado leaves."

'Mole' comes from a native Mexican word meaning 'sauce'.

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Icon_lol thanks for clearing that up. You learn something new everyday Icon_redface
Mole sauce sounds yum too!

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Icon_lol thanks for clearing that up. You learn something new everyday Icon_redface
Mole sauce sounds yum too!


That's why TimberWolf's recipe is not so unusual as it sounds at first!

Now to find me a squirrel....!

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