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  • sd allen
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    Baked ,yeah thats the way to go.Good call PorkChop.It's about time to start seeing a few too!!!
    FYI a groundhog is the only mammal that never has to drink water.

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  • prkchp76
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    well well well

    Originally posted by lazer128 View Post
    Don't have a recipe, but I do have a groundhog!

    We already ate the deer. Had recipes for them! :eek:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr8eBTUnkbU
    i say we get these low down SOUTH carolina boys together and do some cooming camping and shooting

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  • lazer128
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    Don't have a recipe, but I do have a groundhog!

    We already ate the deer. Had recipes for them! :eek:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr8eBTUnkbU

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  • gkim4107
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    Originally posted by prkchp76 View Post
    skin him dehead him cut feet off fill him with taters corn carrots onions inject garlic butter hot sauce on skin salt pepper garlic pepper cover with foil cook at 350 for two hours
    That actually doesnt sound half bad

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  • prkchp76
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    here this is a good recipe

    Originally posted by gkim4107 View Post
    no recipe here, I wouldnt use a .22 on the little critter, I would prefer a my 30-06 to make sure the little [email protected]@@@ doesnt see his shadow again... :D
    skin him dehead him cut feet off fill him with taters corn carrots onions inject garlic butter hot sauce on skin salt pepper garlic pepper cover with foil cook at 350 for two hours

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  • greenhouse
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    Recipe for chuck

    I grew up on a farm, and that farm was dotted with many holes, and those holes had families of groundhogs. We had alfalfa and soy beans so those critters were fed very well.

    I have eaten them on several occasions. Growing up, Mom's rule was "I will cook it just as long as you clean it"

    Any sized whistle pig is edible, but the younger ones are less fatty.

    Clean and cut up as you would a squirrel or rabbit, or chicken.

    dip wet pieces into flour, add some salt and pepper, other dipping spices of what you like (like you would for fried chicken)

    pan fry, like doing chicken, until crispy and golden brown

    Place in a dutch oven, or other oven proof roasting pan, with a lid

    bake covered in oven 350-400 for another 45-60 minutes, long enough but not to dry it out

    serve it as you would fried chicken

    Bon Apetit

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  • gkim4107
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    no recipe here, I wouldnt use a .22 on the little critter, I would prefer a my 30-06 to make sure the little [email protected]@@@ doesnt see his shadow again... :D

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