OK..who's ate nutria??

Discussion in 'Cooking Forum' started by Coho, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. Dogg

    Dogg Senior Refuge Member

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    They will tell you for sure.. LOTS of spices...
     
  2. Duckologist

    Duckologist Elite Refuge Member

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    They make the best courtboullion I have ever ate. The smaller ones are really good fried!! Courtboullion is a tomato based gravy made with the fish that is eaten over rice. Sorta like etouffee!!!
     
  3. Coho

    Coho Moderator Emeritus Moderator

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    THats a big difference in cooking up here and down your way Ducko. We don't eat alot of rice. I love me some but generally its taters or noodles.
     
  4. Marsh Dweller

    Marsh Dweller Elite Refuge Member

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    Like the other guys have said it is delicious pot roasted in a black iron pot. I prefer it to rabbit actually. Brown it real good in bacon grease, add your holly trinity, make your gravey, add the browned nutria, cover, smother about an hour over a loooooow fire and serve over rice. I am hungry now!!!

    :tu
     
  5. Ducksniper

    Ducksniper Elite Refuge Member

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    I ain't eatin no damn rats!!!
     
  6. Davy Hunt

    Davy Hunt Elite Refuge Member

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    I am kinda like most. I am not eatin no rat if I can help it.

    But I'll vouch for Marsh, here. He can cook an ol' nasty goose to make you want to slap your Mama!
     
  7. O2BDUCKHUNTN

    O2BDUCKHUNTN Elite Refuge Member

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    Just don't forget to use enough TABASCO :tu
     
  8. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member

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    Does eating a groundhog about the same? It was cooked "pot roast" style and reminded me of stringy beef. ;)

    Virg:cool:
     
  9. Spanky03

    Spanky03 Elite Refuge Member

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    DOGG, you're killing me, we gotta party sometime, that recipe you had on cooking a turd had me laughing so hard, I think I squirted a little, ha ha ha:l , I'm still laughing, I'm going to let these guys at work here read this.

    But.... in their defense, I was stationed in Louisiana for 13 years, and it is byfar the BEST food in the world! No matter what they grab and throw in the pot, it is always unbelievable!!:tu
     
  10. 1995 US1

    1995 US1 Moderator Moderator

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    Spank: I have cooked at various "camps" for over 25 years. I have NEVER had a sport refuse to taste whatever I was cooking at the time. I have cooked everything from armidillo to snow goose, to spoonbill, nutria, gator, frogs, rattlesnake, 2 things I will not cook are possum and crow. A man has to have limits somewhere.
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