Friday, July 24, 2009

Interview for VOX

Recently I have given an interview for Vox Magazine regarding roadkill.
Here is a link to the article.


http://www.voxmagazine.com/stories/2009/07/22/inglorious-roadkill/





And here is a picture of the next up and coming restaurant chain.




Thursday, July 23, 2009

Foxy

My next hat!




Sunday, July 19, 2009

Not quick enough



Just a Hare faster would have saved him!






Urban Jungle

Evidence that road kill is epidemic





Friday, July 17, 2009

Porcupine Dinner

For some it is a delicacy

PORCUPINE




Marinated Porcupine Chops

Amount Measure Ingredient Preparation Method
6 Porcupine chops
3 Fingers coltsfoot salt
1 qt Maple sap
2 sm Wild onions
4 Wild leeks

Pour the sap in a birch bark container or other
non-metallic container. Cut up the onions into
small pieces and add to the sap. Place the
porcupine chops one at a time into the solution,
placing one wild leek between the chops.
Let stand overnight in a cool place. In the
morning grease the stone griddle with fat
and remove the chops from the marinade and
fry on the griddle. Serve on hot cornmeal cakes.


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New England Broiled Porcupine Liver

Recipe By: Jacqueline E. Knight

Amount Measure Ingredient Preparation Method
Porcupine liver(s)
Bacon slices

Soak the whole liver in salted water for
15 minutes. Remove,drain, and wipe dry.
Cut liver into 3/4-inch-thick slices.
Drop slices into boiling water for 1 minute.
Remove, drain, and cool.Remove thin membrane
from edges and all gristle and tubes. Wrap
each slice with a slice of bacon and broil for
5 minutes.

Comments: Since the porky is a sedentary animal,
the liver is relatively large. The liver is very
sweet and is considered one of the finest of game
livers. Found on http://ushotstuff.com/wg/





Saturday, July 11, 2009

Pancake

Wood Pecker Pancake

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Big One




On this winding country road
we found a windy little fellow







He was a long creepy sucker.