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Bruinbow
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Who has a good groundhog recipe ?

Something more than just drowning it in BBQ sauce .

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Might try a post/search in the recipe section a little further down [readit] [thumbsup]
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do just like i cook rabbit cut in quarters brown in skillet with butter put in crock pot
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Bone meat, place in crockpot with onions, carrots, potatoes, seasoning and one can of coke. Cook on low most of the day, serve with homemade biscuits and honey butter.

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Y'all eat groundhogs?????

I have never even seen one except on TV on Groundhog Day!

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Lefty : That one sounds good . [thumbsup]
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Burgers! Mixed 50/50 With Beaver, A Little Bacon Fat & Dried Milk As A Binder & I Swear, You'll Never EaT Better!

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robtattoo : That sounds good too , only problem is not to many beaver here in SW Michigan and seasons not open year round like it is for groundhog . [dunno]
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X2 what Lefty said.
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Ive always wanted to try eating ground hog.
Maybe I can get one this years and try it.
I heard that the best way is in a smoker with a dry rub.
Renders a lot of the fat out.

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I always thought you just cooked it like any other ground burrowing rat. Cook till well done then throw it out and eat the pan. [biglaugh]

Troy

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I can't say as I've ever ate a groundhog but I grew up where there were lots of them in pre-coyote days and killed way more than my share. I was just a boy when my dad told me woodchuck liver is the best liver in the world. I saved their livers whenever I remembered to carry a plastic bag and have eaten dozens of them fried. I have to admit, I'm not a big liver fan but groundhog liver is the best liver you'll ever eat. Very mild.

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"Buzzards gotta eat, same as worms"...Outlaw Josey Wales.

I missed one last week with my longbow. It was living under a compost pile made up of several dead cows, manure, old hay, and dirt. Anybody wanna eat that one when I eventually kill him this summer?

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Red Beastmaster – Yeah, they stink bad enough without the compose pile for me to try and skin one again.

Speaking of, how many have ever tried skinning one, gotta be the toughest hide on earth per volume…

Some locals say ya gotta eat them when they young, but I tried a young one years ago and couldn't stomach it and to never try again.

Some fur trappers marinate meat chunks in a jar in the sun for bait.

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Zbone

I hear you. The only way I even touch one is to stand on it to pull my arrow out.

They probably do taste OK if prepared right. They certainly eat better than a chicken, and you know what they eat!

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