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3 hours ago, jpx2rk said:

How 'bout some baked skunk??🤪

Depends. Was it baked in an oven or on the side of the road? I’m serious. I’ll try pretty much any critter that has meat. 
 

I mean, hell, have you ever seen a live shrimp before? Who was the first person who looked at that and decided that it might be tasty? 😆 Humans are omnivores and pretty much the very first thought we could have was probably along the line of “that looks interesting, I wonder if I can eat it?”

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If you have never seen a groundhog after it is cleaned and ready to cook you would be very surprised at how clean the meat is and , very little fat and bright red and their hide after skinned is white as snow. I have ate them most of my life growing up and most of them were corn fed and harvested from corn fields or fence rows in corn fields.

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A person that won't eat ground hog has never really been hungry because they would find ground hog a wonderful meal. Groundhog in an oven surrounded with Potatoes carrots and maybe a few slices of onion slow cooked is a delicacy fit for a king...………:up: They are also great slow cooked in a  smoker wrapped in foil with an assortment of veggies and spices!!!!

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I've had groundhog baked in oven with onions and black pepper. I had a neighbor when I was growing up that would cook them in oven with barbecue sauce. Yum!

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7 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

Depends. Was it baked in an oven or on the side of the road? I’m serious. I’ll try pretty much any critter that has meat. 
 

I mean, hell, have you ever seen a live shrimp before? Who was the first person who looked at that and decided that it might be tasty? 😆 Humans are omnivores and pretty much the very first thought we could have was probably along the line of “that looks interesting, I wonder if I can eat it?”

Definitely in the oven if that's your choice, but I'm not willing to try that by any means of the imagination.   Granted, if you are hungry enough, lots of things look appealing, but I've never been that hungry and hopefully never will.

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On 10/28/2019 at 9:52 AM, DaveTN said:

I’ve caught two squirrels; man, they get down right pizzed off. This guy wasn’t very happy either. But still no Groundhog.

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Had no idea rhe groundhog was as smart as a dolphin.

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On 11/2/2019 at 7:31 AM, A.J. Holst said:

Had no idea rhe groundhog was as smart as a dolphin.

Are you saying that groundhogs are as smart as dolphins because @DaveTN hasn't caught either in his trap yet?

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Autocorrect strikes again!
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1 hour ago, TomInMN said:

Are you saying that groundhogs are as smart as dolphins because @DaveTN hasn't caught either in his trap yet?

The elusive mountain dolphin, they prey on the panthers.

Surprised a raccoon was trapped before the groundhog, they don't appear especially wiley.

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5 hours ago, TomInMN said:

Are you saying that groundhogs are as smart as dolphins because @DaveTN hasn't caught either in his trap yet?

I'm not sure why, but I can't stop chuckling... 

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14 minutes ago, Quavodus said:

My mother's family ate about everything growing up. Groundhog, coon, rabbit, ,squirrel, and possum.

Don't forget snapping turtles and bull frogs.

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5 hours ago, A.J. Holst said:

The elusive mountain dolphin, they prey on the panthers.

Surprised a raccoon was trapped before the groundhog, they don't appear especially wiley.

Those poor panthers never even know what humped them...

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1 hour ago, TomInMN said:

Those poor panthers never even know what humped them...

I don’t know what you’re talking about. You don’t have any evidence and can’t prove anything. 

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13 minutes ago, Chucktshoes said:

I don’t know what you’re talking about. You don’t have any evidence and can’t prove anything. 

So then I can count on your vote this Tuesday?

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20 hours ago, hughd said:

Don't forget snapping turtles and bull frogs.

Well yeah, they ate them too. My Grandma was good at cooking carp too.

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