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Old 01-31-2008, 11:23 PM
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Eating crow

Here is a list of recipes I found on crowbusters.com website because I am not a very good cook I thought I would list them here so some of you other cooks could test them out and report on how it tastes.Recipes
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Below are some recipes that have been donated by fellow members. Feel free to try these or to experiment with your own creation. There is no reason why any recipe for dove, quail or grouse to be found in a wild game cookbook would not work just as well. Then you can decide whether to tell your guests what went into the recipe before or after they have finished. Bon Appetite!!

Summer Crow Kabobs
submitted by Gordon Krause (The CrowMaster)

Ingredients
16 pieces of crow breast meat (no bones) (8 crows)
16 pieces of green pepper
16 cherry tomatoes
8 button mushrooms
8 ears of sweet corn
1 1/2 cups of Teriyaki sauce
1/2 cup melted butter
8 kabob skewers
Preparation
Cut each piece of crow in half and place in a covered bowl with the Teriyaki sauce over night. Clean and cut each ear of corn into 3 pieces. Cook in boiling salt water for 10 minutes. Alternately put corn (3 pieces), green peppers (3 pieces) and cherry tomatoes (3) along with 4 pieces of crow meat on each skewer. Use 1 mushroom to top each skewer. Brush with melted butter and place on preheated grill for about 4 minutes. Flip, butter again and place back on grill for another 4 minutes. Repeat one last time for a total of 12 minutes or until they appear done. Serves four adults.

with steamed wild rice, generously buttered.
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:15 PM
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Sounds good to me.

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Old 02-01-2008, 07:22 PM
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I personally like spotted Owl or Bald eagle a little better than crow..... LOL
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Old 02-01-2008, 08:12 PM
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Just for that remark, I will bring you a gift this Fall. I turns out that people are right about the rank flavor of a mature wild boar. I would say it has about the same taste as week old road killed possum, and it smells worse cooking. I got about 75 pound of it I will bring you. Then you won't be making any more jokes about spotted owls.

I managed to kill the taste with about two tablespoons of szcheuan sauce per pound. The question is how much szchuan pork can a person eat. I guess I will have to get the grinder out and make a lot of hot sausage
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Old 02-02-2008, 01:04 AM
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I'll have to find that Cowboy poem about the ole boy who is gonna go to jail for killing and eating a raven...

Judge asks him after he is sentenced "how did she taste?"

The ole boy says," kinda like spotted owl, but maybe more like bald eagle..."

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Old 02-02-2008, 01:06 PM
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it has about the same taste as week old road killed possum,
From experience?
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Old 02-03-2008, 12:01 AM
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BuffaloBobs just saying that

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From experience?
cuz thats what we ate when we were short of money out west antelope hunting .

I must admit , he took to it real good for a fella from Washington D.C. Maybe them folks up there dont have it near as good as we have been led to believe .

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