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Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Mon Dec 25, 2017 5:44 pm

It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by ConsrvYank1 » Mon Dec 25, 2017 7:48 pm

Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

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Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Mon Dec 25, 2017 7:51 pm

ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
It didn't say you couldn't use roadkill, so that's a plus.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by ConsrvYank1 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:03 am

Bhmason wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
It didn't say you couldn't use roadkill, so that's a plus.
Oh yeah, now I will make a double batch, one with possum, and one with roadkill. Anybody want to come for dinner? Yum!

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Flyingcloud » Wed Dec 27, 2017 5:50 pm

ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
It didn't say you couldn't use roadkill, so that's a plus.
Oh yeah, now I will make a double batch, one with possum, and one with roadkill. Anybody want to come for dinner? Yum!
It looks like a recipe which would be great prepared with spam. There's a loads of spam around here. :wave:

:umno: :wait:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:07 pm

Flyingcloud wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
It didn't say you couldn't use roadkill, so that's a plus.
Oh yeah, now I will make a double batch, one with possum, and one with roadkill. Anybody want to come for dinner? Yum!
It looks like a recipe which would be great prepared with spam. There's a loads of spam around here. :wave:

:umno: :wait:
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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Flyingcloud » Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:29 pm

Bhmason wrote:
Flyingcloud wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:
ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
It didn't say you couldn't use roadkill, so that's a plus.
Oh yeah, now I will make a double batch, one with possum, and one with roadkill. Anybody want to come for dinner? Yum!
It looks like a recipe which would be great prepared with spam. There's a loads of spam around here. :wave:

:umno: :wait:
Remember me?
Yes, I remember ConsrvYank as well. :)

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Nocturnal » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:25 pm

Flyingcloud wrote:It looks like a recipe which would be great prepared with spam. There's a loads of spam around here. :wave:

:umno: :wait:
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Do they like Awesome Possum Stew over there?
yeah.. but it still taste like fish.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Matt523 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:33 pm

Where is Kermit?
If I remember correctly, he loves to cook possum for dinner.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Kermit » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:48 pm

Matt523 wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:33 pm
Where is Kermit?
If I remember correctly, he loves to cook possum for dinner.
:shakehead:

I figured...."any second, Matt will be in here telling everybody I eat possum".

Took a few days, but just to let you guys in on a joke and loads of ribbing....

My wife and daughters stumbled upon a dead possum in the street that just happened to have about 5 or so baby possums needing a home.
She actually found a local lady who is dubbed..."possum lady". She rescues possums.
The wife and kids had a blast visiting the babies, watching them back to health and being let out back to the wild.

I don't eat rodents....to include squirrel, rabbits, ground hog, ect.....

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:54 pm

Kermit wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:48 pm
Matt523 wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:33 pm
Where is Kermit?
If I remember correctly, he loves to cook possum for dinner.
:shakehead:

I figured...."any second, Matt will be in here telling everybody I eat possum".

Took a few days, but just to let you guys in on a joke and loads of ribbing....

My wife and daughters stumbled upon a dead possum in the street that just happened to have about 5 or so baby possums needing a home.
She actually found a local lady who is dubbed..."possum lady". She rescues possums.
The wife and kids had a blast visiting the babies, watching them back to health and being let out back to the wild.

I don't eat rodents....to include squirrel, rabbits, ground hog, ect.....
You'd never make it on "Alone." (survival TV show) :lol:

Neither would I. :lolh:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Kermit » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:11 pm

Bhmason wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:54 pm
Kermit wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:48 pm
Matt523 wrote:
Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:33 pm
Where is Kermit?
If I remember correctly, he loves to cook possum for dinner.
:shakehead:

I figured...."any second, Matt will be in here telling everybody I eat possum".

Took a few days, but just to let you guys in on a joke and loads of ribbing....

My wife and daughters stumbled upon a dead possum in the street that just happened to have about 5 or so baby possums needing a home.
She actually found a local lady who is dubbed..."possum lady". She rescues possums.
The wife and kids had a blast visiting the babies, watching them back to health and being let out back to the wild.

I don't eat rodents....to include squirrel, rabbits, ground hog, ect.....
You'd never make it on "Alone." (survival TV show) :lol:

Neither would I. :lolh:
I should change the "i don't" to "I don't need to".
There was a time in my life where I hunted and fished a bunch. Even spent loads of time with one of my buddies who had a nice beef farm.
I can do all that, and had fun at it....but in the mean time, I also can go to Kroger and get some chicken for a hell of a lot less than what it cost to raise them.
When TSHTF, I'm ready to hunt, kill, clean, cook and eat groundhog, I just gotta' figure out how to 'splain to the kids that it's really chicken. :lolh:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:25 pm

As long as you can make it taste like chicken, it's all good if you're hungry.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Matt523 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:28 am

Possum are not rodents. They are marsupials. :nono:

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Post by Fatherducque » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:53 pm

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Not that kind of possum, silly!

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Re: Not Porn Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:59 pm

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Not that kind of possum, silly!
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Re: Not Porn Possum Stew

Post by ConsrvYank1 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:29 pm

Bhmason wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:59 pm
Fatherducque wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:53 pm
violaah60 wrote:
Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:32 pm
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Not that kind of possum, silly!
How about this?

You must be bored. :lol:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by falvegas » Sun Feb 04, 2018 3:53 pm

Had Possum Chili once (Chili is a sort of Stew). It was prepared by the Tennessee contestants at the International Chili Cook-off.

Also had Havalina Chili a few times when I was at the Manned Space Center in Houston ....also had it Smoked (BBQ).

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Bhmason » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:11 pm

falvegas wrote:
Sun Feb 04, 2018 3:53 pm
Had Possum Chili once (Chili is a sort of Stew). It was prepared by the Tennessee contestants at the International Chili Cook-off.

Also had Havalina Chili a few times when I was at the Manned Space Center in Houston ....also had it Smoked (BBQ).
Awesome! :lolh:

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by falvegas » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:46 am

Didn't find the Possum Chili that good, but then at the time I had no idea what in the hell Possum should actually be like, taste like.

Most of my Chili is either Chili Roja (bowl of Red), Chili Verde (made with Pork & Hatch Green Chile's), or Chili Blanco (made with Chicken and Navy Beans); the latter is the only Chili I make with Beans (mostly for the Kids). Chili has no Beans, or it's called, Chili with Beans.

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The Guys on the Alaska Pipeline (I did some Engineering on it) had my Chili and asked me if, on my next trip up, would I bring all the Chili Ingredients to make Chili at their Cabin, to teach them, they would provide the Meat.

I did do that on my next trip. They hauled me out to their cabin, and I laid out all the stuff. When they brought out the meat,they threw a whole side of Wild Bear on the counter ...I said what the hell am I going to do with that? The Chili was great but I was not use to the very Gamy Taste of Bear as they were. Almost all my Bowls of Red are made with Chuck, Tri-Tip or Brisket. I did once make Chili for a friend using Elk, but it was so Lean that I Coarse Ground it rather than Cube it as I usually do.

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Re: Awesome Possum Stew

Post by Tominator46 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:50 am

ConsrvYank1 wrote:
Mon Dec 25, 2017 7:48 pm
Bhmason wrote:It tastes better if you've been drinking.

Ingredients:

*two cans of tomato sauce

*three cans of cooked tomatoes

*1/2 thickly sliced worthog meat (mainly for flavor)

* a big bag of pasta noodles (any redneck kind will do)

* 1/2 possum (other 1/2 can be used for breakfast possum-omlettes)

salt and pepper

Directions:

Fry bacon in big gramma kettle, over mid. size fire, then fry possum in the grease till golden brown. Take the meat out, then add enough water to pot to fill 2/3 way and then boil noodles. Once cooked add both things of tomatoes to kettle and meat and add enough salt and pepper to old granny's taste. Cook all together for a bout 1 hour simmering over low fire to Sautee.

Bone Appa Teet
Oh, that sounds delish, can't wait to make it! :laugh:
YUMMY.....I ate possum once Greasy!! :puke:

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