Crow Kabobs

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  1. lax

    lax Elite Refuge Member

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    Best to start with 5 birds minimum, breast them as you do a duck and cut into bite size chunks.

    Soak overnight in buttermilk.

    Drain off buttermilk and season with your favorite spices, I like Johnny's Seasoning and Tony Chachere's creole.

    Wrap in bacon and put a slice of water chestnut in also.

    Using green and yellow bell peppers along with onion chunks and Stumps Hot Olives assemble kabob and cook on a charcoal grill (gas don't cut it)

    Crow meat is lighter than duck and actually quite delicious enjoy.
     
  2. BullCook

    BullCook Elite Refuge Member

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    ok now tell us how you get them crows
     
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    Larsen's Labs Elite Refuge Member

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    Yeah, right;) ;)
     
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    lax Elite Refuge Member

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    We use hand calls, E-calls, and decoys. We found the best time to go after them is right around 9 am, gives them time to feed after the turd hurst gets out of the fields. Also noticed turkeys like to follow the hurst around also when the snow gets deep.


    I know you think I'm kidding about the kabobs:no , but I make up a mess of them for the local wild game feed and most say it taste better than merganser.
     
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    BuckeyeDuck Elite Refuge Member

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    :l :l :l ;) :D
     

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