|by Clare Connery|
A book of recipes of traditional Irish fare, from Soda Bread to Ulster Steak there is something for all tastes.
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Skin clean and quarter squirrels. Boil in ... burn cheese and bread crumb topping. NOTE: Will feed 6 to 8 hungry people OR a dozen squeamish flight nurses.
Cut squirrels into serving pieces ... water. Bring this to a boil; cover and cook over low heat about 1 hour. Turn the squirrel occasionally and baste often.
Skin and clean the squirrels. Wash and ... at least 45 minutes. A few apples on a stick propped in front of the fire will complement this dish very well.
Cut squirrels into serving size ... and cook over low heat for about 1 hour, until meat almost leaves the bone. Turn squirrel occasionally and baste often.
Mix vinegar and salt with water to cover squirrel. Soak 2 ... butter. Add wine and soup. Mix well. Pour over squirrel. Bake at 300 degrees for 45 minutes.
Cut squirrel into frying size ... water and bring to boil. Place squirrel back into the skillet, turn to low heat, cover and cook for approximately 1 hour.
Coat squirrel pieces with flour ... tightly. Bake at 325 degrees for 2 hours. Open foil and add green onions and parsley. Reseal and cook for 15 minutes longer.
Marinate squirrel pieces in mixture ... mixing with an equal amount of softened butter and moistening with 1 to 2 tablespoons of brandy. Serve with crackers.)
Cut squirrel into serving pieces. ... about 1 hour or until the meat leaves the bone. Ren Berra hunted to eat the game. He was a crack shot and a great cook!
This recipe is for mature rabbits or squirrels expected to be ... simmer (do not allow to boil) until tender. Make a gravy with the drippings if desired.
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