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Category: I'm Feeling Crazy
Rating: 5.00
Contributor: dwg
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SQUIREL STEW
1 squirel
2 medium potatoes diced
2 Carrots sliced
1 Large onion sliced
1 Celery sliced
Salt
Pepper
Garlic
Water


Put the unfrozen squirrel in a pan large enough, then pour water until the squirrel is half covered . Add the onion, cover and bring to boil, once the water is boiling, reduce heat and let the ingredients cook for about half an hour or until the meat falls from the bones. Then remove the squirrel from the stock and save it for later. Remove all the bones from the meat and put it back in the stock, add the carrot, the celery the garlic, the salt and the pepper. Put the pan back on the fire and let it cook for about 15 min. Add the potatoes and let it cook for another 20 min. You can also add corn starch near the end of the cooking to get a thicker sauce.
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