• If your Sir name would have 5 numerals behind it, and you enter a room where the tail of you coat,or the hem of your dress,was lifted slightly and carried,as you glide to a table,set with Irish Linen,Austrian Crystal and Dresden China,then the dining experience set before you would be called "Exquisite",but from the other side of that door... shopping list
  • It would be called a "Fuzzy Tailed Vermin "that got into the pecan tree just one time to many. shopping list
  • Between Prairie Dog and Squirrel,Grandads rifle never needed dusting off. shopping list

How to make it

  • 3 Squirrels,cleaned,washed,dried,cut into serving pieces
  • Generous amount of Butter
  • 2 Onions,sliced
  • Water
  • 3 Tablespoons Vinegar
  • 1/8 teaspoon each,Thyme,Salt,Pepper
  • 1-1/2 Dozen Prunes
  • 1-1/2 Tablespoons Flour
  • 1 Cup Cold Water
  • Brown Squirrel pieces in butter,just to brown,but not cooked through.
  • Remove,them to a place in a pot for oven.
  • Cook onions until in the pan that you browned the squirrel in.
  • Place the onions and the butter that you cooked them in over the squirrel .
  • Pour water over squirrel until almost covered,add the vinegar thyme,salt and pepper.
  • Cover and bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour.
  • Remove the pot from the oven and reduce the temperture to 325 degrees,place prunes into pot,making sure they are under the water.
  • Bake for 45 minutes more.
  • Mix the flour and cold water together,and add to the liquid in the pot.
  • Cook on top of stove until the gravy is thicken.
  • Serve with new potatoes and toast points.
  • Squirrel meat is light colored,fine textured and mild delicate flavor.

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    " It was excellent "
    sunflower48386 ate it and said...
    lol.... Took 2 out of the freezer and looking for something different for them. My fav is squirrel stew. Do like prunes. sounds good too. thanks.
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  • moss52 9 years ago
    LOL! Now this is country! :o)
    Not saying I didn't eat any back in the day though!
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  • rottman 9 years ago
    Fox squirrels, not skinny little gray squirrels.

    We always soaked the parts in heavily salted water for a few hours before applying them to the skillet. Helps to remove the game taste. This recipe sounds great. Now all I need is a few squirrels...

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  • markeverett 9 years ago
    Where exactly does a city boy like me find squirrel? Our local Ralph's Market doesn't carry anything like that!
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