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Discussion in 'General Mastiff Discussion' started by DDSK, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Some people have an odd demeanor, my youngest son is kind of like that but they mean well and want to contribute.
    They are just determined that they are right and are hard to sway unless you prove them wrong.
     
  2. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Probably time to move on to another subject, this thread can't stay on a single track too long, too many squirrels to chase.
     
  3. Speaking of squirrel ever eat one? I've had squirrel stew made with garden fresh veggies and beef broth. My great uncle swore by it and said that's one the reasons he lived so long. He also never wore shoes a day in his life and said all the vitamins and minerals he ever needed he absorbed through his feet. Take it or leave it lol.
     
  4. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Yes my aunt use to make squirrel in gravy and served over rice.
    Boy was that good!
     
  5. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    We live in Southern California and there is no season for squirrel hunting here, you have to go to Northern California to squirrel hunt, too far of a drive for squirrels, maybe big game but not squirrels.
    The city where we live does have squirrels that someone brought as pets that escaped and they have multiplied.
    No real predators to keep their numbers down except for cats and the occasional hawk that wanders in. They can be a real nuisance. The squirrels run along the power wires and occasionally sit there and tease the neighborhood dogs.
     
  6. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    DDSK - take a short trip down to San Diego. I used to see a ton of squirrels in la jolla area and also balboa park.. Not sure if they'd let you hunt them but they are there by the billions seemingly


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  7. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    Or you can drive up the the Bay Area and hunt from my back yard... They love our avocados


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  8. Yamizuma

    Yamizuma Active Member

    So funny! Aside from the usual chicken, beef, pork, sheep, salmon, tuna, I've eaten elk, caribou, (yum), bear (too greasy for me), ducks, moose, deer (yum), emu, alligator, crawfish, swordfish, (yum), catfish (bleech, too dry), ptarmigan, squab, snails (yum), squid, octopus, caviar, raw sushi (throwing up a bit in my mouth even saying ick),. Lobster, crab (yummmmmmmm). Not eager to try rodents,
    Like squirrels, rabbits, actual beavers or whatever's, nor insects and things like worms although....I could in an apocalypse. Almost anything is good in garlic and butter.

    Tastes like chicken?


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  9. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    The only difference between what you will eat and what you won't eat is about72 hours with nothing to eat!
     
  10. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Except for hospital food, I think children in Bangladesh would turn that slop down.
     
  11. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Speaking of food, it's almost Tamale time!
    Anyone have any good recipes?
     
  12. Bob Felts

    Bob Felts Member

  13. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Well don't hold out on us give it up ;)
     
  14. Almost anything IS good with butter and garlic lol. 72 hours will make even the greasiest bear taste oh SO good.

    Nutria RAT. Yes, I've eaten that. Lil buggers were all around back in Louisiana.
    Nutria-orange.jpg
     
  15. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Heading up to the Arizona house tomorrow for almost two weeks!
    Taking up all the water toys we have collected over the years, fishing gear firearms etc.
    Plan on spending some quality time with family, friends and of course the dogs.
    Should be imbibing generously in adult beverages, and fresh striped bass and catfish.
    Taking our two UTV's to do some exploring in the desert. Hoping this will be an epic vacation.
    So much to do so little time lol.
     
  16. Hector

    Hector Well-Known Member

    We trap and kill these at work...
     
  17. Hector

    Hector Well-Known Member

    Well have fun. Hopefully all goes as planned.
     
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  18. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Do they still pay a bounty for nutria?
     
  19. DDSK

    DDSK New Member

    Thanks, what could go wrong ;)
    What couldn't :(
     
  20. Hector

    Hector Well-Known Member

    Not that I know of, not here in WA anyway.
     

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