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Old 01-27-2010, 08:39 PM
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that is just plain ridiculous
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Haa haa, that's hilarious. Maybe if they use a Robo-Phil, they'll let you drink!!
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Mebbe they ought to ask 'ol Phil what he thinks. Flippin ground hog lives better than a lot of people do. Farmers just love folks who hunt the little buggers. Phil gets pampered while his relatives get poisoned, shot, suffocated, drowned and burned to death.
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Here are some recipes for the folks at PETA. LOL
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Trailer Park Groundhog

Take gun (.22 cal is good). Load with bullets and accurately fire at head [we're assuming the groundhog's head, not your own].
Skin groundhog and gut him. Clean out carcass with waterhose.
Cut critter into quarters.
Make up a big batch of your favorite marinade (make sure it has oil and vinegar to help tenderize the groundhog).
Throw marinade and critter pieces into plastic trash bag and marinade around 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator.
Take out marinated critter pieces and throw on the grill on low heat. Cook until rare to medium rare. Do not overcook, critter will dry out.
And no one likes their critter dry.
Country-Style Groundhog
  • 1 groundhog
  • 1/2 c. flour
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/4 tsp. pepper
  • 1/4 c. cooking oil
  • 1/2 tsp. sugar
Clean and skin as soon as possible. Remove all sent [sic] glands. Cut off head, feet and tail. Cure in cool place by suspending from hook approximately 4 days.
When ready to cook, lard according to recipe.
Dress groundhog as you would a rabbit, removing the small sacs in the back and under the forearm. Soak groundhog overnight in salted water to remove wild flavor.
Combine flour, salt and pepper; rub into groundhog pieces. Brown groundhog in hot oil in skillet; sprinkle with sugar. Reduce heat and add 1/2 cup water. Cover and simmer for about 30 minutes or until tender. Remove cover and cook for 10 minutes longer.
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Thanks for the recipes Kathy. I'd heard of cooking them but never knew how. The guy who first told me about PETAS efforts has his own way of " cooking " groundhogs.

First, locate all of it's holes. They are smart enough to have more than one entrance.

Second, figure out which one is the windward entrance. Air is forced in by wind. Groundhogs are by nature tunnel experts.

Third, figure out which one is the leeward entrance. Air exits thru this one.

Fourth, pour a gallon or two of gas down the windward hole.

Fifth, walk around to the leeward entrance, light and smoke a cigarette. When the butt is ready to be ground out toss it down the hole. Step back while you do so because the tunnels are gonna be full of gas fumes. If you don't smoke a gas grille lighter will do just fine.

POOF. One or more fried groundhogs for your enjoyment.
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You can always do like my sister did and shoot it. The funny thing was after she shot it she tried shoving it back into it's burrow to bury it. LOL
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I thought this had something to do with trucks. I figure a groundhog is nothing but an overgrown gerbil.
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I thought this had something to do with trucks. I figure a groundhog is nothing but an overgrown gerbil.
Don't ever corner one. Little buggers have some serious claws.
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i had one eatin my 80 year old neighbors flowers last year.
she wanted it gone, no questions asked.
since it's hole was under her front door, i was leery about shootin it, so i set a large hav-a-heart trap.
took all of 15 minutes to catch it with the peanut butter covered apple bait.

she came out as i was walkin away with the trap and asked me if i was gonna kill it. i was in a good mood. so told her no, i was gonna let it go at the truck shop. (she liked hearing that i wasn't gonna kill it, and i got a batch of cookies for that).

i set him down in the driveway where the view was blocked, and went in the house and fetched my 20 cal sheridan and pointed it out the window at that big old male hog in the trap.

he was standing up with his front claws hooked in the top of the trap, and i swear he snickered when he realized i missed him after pulling the trigger. then he realized i was not aiming at his head, but rather to "neuter him"
i then took him 5 miles away to the big truck shop and let him loose, where he ran into the highway instead of the woods across the street, and got smooshed by a semi truck while trying to get over the center divider.
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i had one eatin my 80 year old neighbors flowers last year.
she wanted it gone, no questions asked.
since it's hole was under her front door, i was leery about shootin it, so i set a large hav-a-heart trap.
took all of 15 minutes to catch it with the peanut butter covered apple bait.

she came out as i was walkin away with the trap and asked me if i was gonna kill it. i was in a good mood. so told her no, i was gonna let it go at the truck shop. (she liked hearing that i wasn't gonna kill it, and i got a batch of cookies for that).

i set him down in the driveway where the view was blocked, and went in the house and fetched my 20 cal sheridan and pointed it out the window at that big old male hog in the trap.

he was standing up with his front claws hooked in the top of the trap, and i swear he snickered when he realized i missed him after pulling the trigger. then he realized i was not aiming at his head, but rather to "neuter him"
i then took him 5 miles away to the big truck shop and let him loose, where he ran into the highway instead of the woods across the street, and got smooshed by a semi truck while trying to get over the center divider.
Great story, I got a good chuckle out of it. Thanks for sharing. LOL
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i figured it would go well with the recipes. but then again, i just finished a pitcher of lynchburg lemonade, so my idea of funny stories rite now is a bit off center..















and i don't eat anything with the word rat or groundhog in it's name.
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i figured it would go well with the recipes. but then again, i just finished a pitcher of lynchburg lemonade, so my idea of funny stories rite now is a bit off center..


and i don't eat anything with the word rat or groundhog in it's name.
I am usually off center myself, and most things do not offend me.
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