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July 13, 2009

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Rambosf

I kid you not...

Last night, a house guest left the gate open and the frucking deer ate all of the flowers in the back yard. I'm livid.

DEER MUST DIE
DIE BAMBI DIE
DEER MUST DIE
DIE BAMBI DIE
KILL THE DEER, FEED A NATION

OK, I went over to Cooking for Assholes and they seem to be a pretty illiterate group.

I am proud that I started this online recipe swap. Next up, an online sewing bee.

Psychocat

OK, here's one from a hunting buddy of mine:

Rabbit Pot Pie
1 rabbit, cut into serving pieces
water
vinegar
salt and pepper
flour
2 med. onions, chopped
2 carrots, diced
3 potatoes, diced
pie crust or biscuits

Soak rabbit in equal parts of water and vinegar overnight.

Remove rabbit from water and vinegar mixture and dry. Season with salt and pepper to taste and roll in flour.

In a stew pot, large skillet or dutch oven (all cast-iron only), heat a little oil and brown the rabbit quickly on all sides.

Add enough water to cover the rabbit. Cover and simmer for 1-1 1/2 hrs. Take the meat out of the pot, remove the bones, and tear it into bite-size pieces, then return it to the pot.

Add the onions, carrots and potatoes. Cover and simmer until carrots are tender.

Thicken the broth with flour. Use 2 T. of flour for each cup of broth.

Pour into a greased baking dish and top with the pie crust or with biscuits.

Bake at 375° until the crust is golden brown.

"Bunny appetit!"

=^..^=

Jeffrey Ellis

You had me at bacon fat.

Whup-Ass Master

@rambo: okay, we sympathize a little...but it was your guest who effed up and opened your all-u-can-eat floral buffet.

@psychocat: Ok, we are open minded. We've tasted lapin stew at a French bistro. But Thumper pot pie is appalling.

@JE: We KNOW!

Flaquita

Perfect timing WAMmers! My father-in-law dropped off a freshly killed and skinned rabbit recently raised on his back 40.

Game makes good eatin'!

Whup-Ass Master

@flaquita: you must prepare thumper pie and report back!

xox
WAM

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You walk among us, And then you bomb us
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Among us, Bomb us

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5. Transfer meat to lined pie dish, cover with top pie crust and seal edges. Bake at 400 F oven for 20-25 minutes, or until crust is golden.

Serve with a nice red wine and a fresh green salad.

It sounds like such a delectable entree, that we decided to contact the author of Cooking for Assholes (one of our favorite blogs), and challenge him to whip up a lovely batch of Bambi pie. Not only did he take us up on this challenge, in a desperate attempt to align himself with COWA, he featured our email on C4A.

So now we dare you, dear readers. We call you out. Pop

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On Saturday, we wrote a lovely letter to one Mrs. Dorothy Richardson, the Ohio octogenarian who, upon seeing a fawn sitting rudely amongst her zinnias, grabbed a shovel and pounded its skull into mulch.

This prompted an unsolicited plethora of ve

Hermes Birkin

2 lb venison steak
1 medium onion, chopped
1/2 lb button mushrooms, sliced
3 tablespoons of lemon juice
1 cup of red wine
¼ cup of bacon fat
¼ cup of flour
1 teaspoon of chili powder
½ teaspoon of ground mace
4 bay leaves
½ teas

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OK, here's one from a hunting buddy of mine:

Rabbit Pot Pie
1 rabbit, cut into serving pieces
water
vinegar
salt and pepper
flour
2 med. onions, chopped
2 carrots, diced
3 potatoes, diced
pie crust or biscuits

Soak rabbit in equal parts of water and vinegar overnight.

Remove rabbit from water and vinegar mixture and dry. Season with salt and pepper to taste and roll in flour.

In a stew pot, large skillet or dutch oven (all cast-iron only), heat a little oil and brown the rabbit quickly on all sides.

Add enough water to cover the rabbit. Cover and simmer for 1-1 1/2 hrs. Take the meat out of the pot, remove the bones, and tear it into bite-size pieces, then return it to the pot.

Add the onions, carrots and potatoes. Cover and simmer until carrots are tender.

Thicken the broth with flour. Use 2 T. of flour for each cup of broth.

Pour into a greased baking dish and top with the pie crust or with biscuits.

Bake at 375° until the crust is golden brown.

"Bunny appetit!"

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