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Squirrel with Chocolate Sauce

Ingredients:
1 Young squirrel (old squirrels are too tough and take too long to cook).
1 Onion, chopped.
2 Cloves of garlic, crushed.
2 Tablespoons of soy sauce.
1 Large bar of luxurious dark chocolate.
Large portion of strawberries.
Large glass of red wine.

Method:
Cut squirrel into bite-size chunks from meat on thighs and haunch.
Marinate squirrel chunks in onion, garlic and soy sauce for at least 2 hrs in a fridge.
Place marinated chunks onto a skewer and place on barbeque for approx 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt chocolate over a pan of warm water.

When squirrel is cooked throw it away.
Sit back with large glass of wine and dip strawberries in melted chocolate. Delicious! Icon_cool


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RE: Squirrel with Chocolate Sauce

Think that is my favourite recipe to date!!


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RE: Squirrel with Chocolate Sauce

TimberWolf Wrote:
Ingredients:
1 Young squirrel (old squirrels are too tough and take too long to cook).
1 Onion, chopped.
2 Cloves of garlic, crushed.
2 Tablespoons of soy sauce.
1 Large bar of luxurious dark chocolate.
Large portion of strawberries.
Large glass of red wine.

Method:
Cut squirrel into bite-size chunks from meat on thighs and haunch.
Marinate squirrel chunks in onion, garlic and soy sauce for at least 2 hrs in a fridge.
Place marinated chunks onto a skewer and place on barbeque for approx 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt chocolate over a pan of warm water.

When squirrel is cooked throw it away.
Sit back with large glass of wine and dip strawberries in melted chocolate. Delicious! Icon_cool


Very funny! Thats gotta win!


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Curiosity killed the cat,but for a while i was a suspect.
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Lovely shot JP..in your garden?

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Like itIcon_cheesygrin

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Its not a garden Tass its a yard with abit of land at the bottom, i don't mind him as long as does not damage my feeders, its only a rip from my camcorder, Ive always got it with me you never whats round the corner.
Lovely site Neil, now them are proper photos.
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RE: Squirrel with Chocolate Sauce

Jamie Wrote:

TimberWolf Wrote:
Ingredients:
1 Young squirrel (old squirrels are too tough and take too long to cook).
1 Onion, chopped.
2 Cloves of garlic, crushed.
2 Tablespoons of soy sauce.
1 Large bar of luxurious dark chocolate.
Large portion of strawberries.
Large glass of red wine.

Method:
Cut squirrel into bite-size chunks from meat on thighs and haunch.
Marinate squirrel chunks in onion, garlic and soy sauce for at least 2 hrs in a fridge.
Place marinated chunks onto a skewer and place on barbeque for approx 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt chocolate over a pan of warm water.

When squirrel is cooked throw it away.
Sit back with large glass of wine and dip strawberries in melted chocolate. Delicious! Icon_cool


Very funny! Thats gotta win!


Win what ??


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Sorry but i don't think its very funny.


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1 Grey Squirrel......older the better.
1 Axe head.
Large pan of boiling water, place squirrel and Axe head into pan when the axe head is soft the squirrel will be lovely and tender Icon_rolleyes
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Sorry but i don't think its very funny.


Neither do I and it's a pity the thread has been resurrected.

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The competition Yogi, but it finished ages ago and the voting has been done.


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Ok. I'm always behind eh. Perhaps we should lock the thread now them.


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Ursa Major Wrote:

Celtic Sparrow Wrote:
Sorry but i don't think its very funny.


Neither do I and it's a pity the thread has been resurrected.

Gill



Me too.. Its unpleasant and unfunny.. Lets lock the thread, I say!


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Were it down to me I'd delete the thread as I don't think it gives a good impression on a wildlife forum - but that's only my opinion. I have referred it to Xeract for him to decide.

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