hsiehjohn

Do anyone eat coyotes?

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Do a search here, you will see a posting by a "Professional" who eats them (hehehehe)I am sure people will jump on this in the morning!

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Just wondering if anyone eats these things?
Reminds me of the age old question of...Does a bear sheet in the woods? Coyote, as well as ground squirrrel, crow, woodchuck, coon, possum and skunk are very tasty when properly prepared. There are many recipes available here when doing a search. There are a variety of pre canned sauces and packaged 'helpers' that will provide you a quick, yet excellent meal. If time is available, I prefer to make it from scratch. Basically boil the meat off the coyotes bones, Lightly fry up the meat in butter milk and coon fat making an odiferous gravied meal that will bring the neighbors out of their houses to see what's cooking and whom's doing it. I like mine over toast with some egg toppers. :014:004.jpg006-3.jpg

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:014: :014: :roflmao3[1]: I love how this question comes up ever now and then and the amazingly creative responses people come up with!!!! :roflmao3[1]: :roflmao3[1]: :roflmao3[1]: @ hsiehjohn.......no unless you're starving and you've already eaten your shoes and your best friends underwear.

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MikeNC, really has it down...However, if you do not want to go quite that elaborate, just marinate in the refrig for approx 2 days & throw on the Bar B with your favorite sauce & enjoy.BTW, do not let anyone tell you not to eat coyote, as they really aren't bad when done properly :014: Frank

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Insert emoticon for puking here.

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:014::roflmao3[1]: :roflmao3[1]:
Excellent visual aid John....Of both what the coyote meal looks like when cooked; prior to eating.....and what it looks like afterwards during bouts of projectile vomiting. Most likely tastes about the same too :roflmao3[1]::roflmao3[1]:

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Every time this question comes up, I wonder if it just needs to be marinated in some soy sauce and rice wine, then stir-fried in a wok with lots of ginger and garlic. :014: I'm making the huge assumption that all canines taste pretty much alike. Has anyone eaten dog meat in Asia? If so, how was it and how was it prepared?

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I found this online http://www.recipesource.com/ethnic/asia/fi...00/rec0001.html * Exported from MasterCook * Stewed Dog (wedding style) Recipe By : Joe Sweeney Serving Size : 30 Preparation Time :3:00 Categories : Ethnic Lamb Philippines Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method -------- ------------ -------------------------------- 3 kg dog meat -- * see note 1 1/2 cups vinegar 60 peppercorns -- crushed 6 tablespoons salt 12 cloves garlic -- crushed 1/2 cup cooking oil 6 cups onion -- sliced 3 cups tomato sauce 10 cups boiling water 6 cups red pepper -- cut into strips 6 pieces bay leaf 1 teaspoon tabasco sauce 1 1/2 cups liver spread -- ** see note 1 whole fresh pineapple -- cut 1/2 inch thick 1. First, kill a medium sized dog, then burn off the fur over a hot fire. 2. Carefully remove the skin while still warm and set aside for later (may beused in other recpies) 3. Cut meat into 1″ cubes. Marinade meat in mixture of vinegar, peppercorn,salt and garlic for 2 hours. 4. Fry meat in oil using a large wok over an open fire, then add onions andchopped pineapple and suate until tender. 5. Pour in tomato sauce and boiling water, add green peper, bay leaf andtobasco. 6. Cover and simmer over warm coals until meat is tender. Blend in liver spreadand cook for additional 5-7 minutes. * you can substiture lamb for dog. The taste is similar, but not as pungent. ** smooth liver pate will do as well. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Suggested Wine: San Miguel Beer Serving Ideas : Rice, naturally.

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I guess it looks like:- Anything will taste good if done right.- It won't kill you if consumed, but probably won't be served in an expensive restaurant any time soon. - Or if fuel starting to go past the $10 per gallon mark, more people might learn to like it.Thanks guys.

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Does that recipe for dog refer to is as "Ethnic Lamb". Holy poop!!!!

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I guess it looks like:- Anything will taste good if done right.
:014::roflmao3[1]: on the coyote recipes :roflmao3[1]::roflmao3[1]:

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I came real close once . But My buddy and me both chickend out we had the yote steaks on the grill. We was in the woods deer hunting way to long.Its realy not that bad looking.arrow2229.jpgMMMMMMMMMM :lol:

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I would not eat it . Its like the 1st season of " survivor " . after the people were eating the islands rats , there was an " expert " , former navy / something specialist , that pointed out that there was alot of other things he would have eaten waaaay before eating the rats . some things can not be " cooked safe " I saw a where a guy was in Mongolia , ate the marmot , i think , that was cooked & found out during editing of the show 3 months later , that the animal he ate was 1 of the few animals that carried the bubonic plague & it can not be cooked out . I died laughing . as far as eating a dog / cat in china / vietnam , I was told that to some " degree " they are kept & harvested for the purpose of food . they know what they have been eating . Back in my old hood some Somoans or Tongans were caught for BBQing dogs . they did the pit covered with palm prawns . Lots of smoke . Neighbors called FD . upon investigating , they found them " preparing " 2 more dogs in the garage & FD called Police . was told they got tickets . probably cruelty or something . friends that did cock fight only got cited for cruelty too . Andy

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Hey, coyote meat might be good for something. If you have inlaws you don't like, then mask the smell with garlic and tell them it's prime rib :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow:

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Reading this is making me run to to bathroom....Oh my god...just reading gave me the &^^%$#%%^^& :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow:

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