Author Topic: What's in your Beaver Tail Wallet?  (Read 557 times)


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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


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

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