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Offline AL WORRELLS KID

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What's in your Beaver Tail Wallet?
« on: February 26, 2018, 10:35:28 AM »
 Looking for a recipe for what's left over after skinning out them Beaver Tails to make your new Wallet......
We have got your recipe!  :tup:

Roast Beaver Tails

Ingredients:

Beaver tail
salt
pepper
Vinegar (optional)
Raw onion rings (optional)

Directions:
Broil or roast the skinned beaver tail over hot coals (or in one of them newfangled
electric ovens) until brown and tender. :tup:
 
This is considered very strengthening food. Translation..... eat this if you are burning a lot of or need a little more fat in your diet. (It might be a little tastier to use a younger beaver.)  :drool:

For a special treat, cool, souse in vinegar, add raw onion rings, salt and pepper to taste.

"This tid-bit from the old time trappers, will be tasted by few of the younger generation."
 
 :tup: Doug



 


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Offline Calvin Rayborn

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Re: What's in your Beaver Tail Wallet?
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2018, 09:58:11 PM »
WOW!  :tup: