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Barbecue Raccoon

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
2 reviews

ready in: 1-2 hrs
serves/makes:   6
  

recipe id: 16997

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ingredients

1 raccoon
12 small sweet potatoes
1 medium onion (sliced)
3 medium carrots
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper
1 large bell pepper
1 cup water
1 bottle barbecue sauce

directions

Dress the coon, then cook until tender. Debone. Place coon in foil lined baking pan. Add remaining ingredients to baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 1 hour or until sweet potatoes are done.

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nutrition

635 calories, 18 grams fat, 77 grams carbohydrates, 39 grams protein per serving.
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What's the best way to catch a raccoon? Do I have to own a beagle to hunt for one or is that optional? Does raccoon go better with a honey barbecue sauce or something smoky like mesquite?


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I've eat quite a bit of coon in my life, but this here recipe on this innernet hickey is real good. I spotlighted me a extry big coon and it took some doing to git it out of the dang tree even with three beagles but one beagle can't see out of his left eye too good cause of chasin a possum in a briar patch and didn't mind me when I kept hollerin at him to get back here. So I guess he got what he had comin but I still hate it for him. The coon was bigger than most and a old one so I let him soak in salt water overnight then boiled him to soften him up and didn't have no sweet taters so I used white taters and a few extry like I say cause he was so big and all. I put him on the barby like they say down there in Australier and let him cook real slow and damn he was tasty. He was so tender and good one of them PETER folks would set aside their veginarian ways for a minute and enjoy theirselves real good. Well the youngun wants her webtv back so I better git off here. God bless the CSA. Or USA. Hell, God bless em both.