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Crow, it's what;s for dinner

Postby captain caveman » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:08 pm

Well this may seem strange to some but after some research I found out crow may be the untapped wild game. So I went out in the back yard and popped a couple, rolled the sliced breast in flour and pepper and ate it. It was great! So I got a couple more a few days later and wrapped some bacon around the breast and put them in the roaster, don't do that, it sucked! So my question is has anyone tried crow and does anyone have any good ways to fix it?

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Postby adaye » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:30 pm

Can't say that I've every tried crow but I'm sure there's got to way a couple good ways to cook it.

Kind of surprised the wrapped bacon didn't turn out so well.

What didn't you like about it with the bacon?
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Postby captain caveman » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:39 pm

Even with the bacon the crow had a very wild taste. It may have just been what ever they were eating at the time. I will try hunting crow that feed on mostly grain and try the bacon again. Ya know the old timers say eat it and if ya don't like it eat it again, if ya still don't like it then quit eating it.
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Postby bohuntr22 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:14 pm

it might be good but im still not eating it lol
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Postby sqwrly » Sat Mar 06, 2010 1:32 pm

yeah crow's not too bad....not my meal of choice though
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Postby bohuntr22 » Sat Mar 06, 2010 4:13 pm

i will have to trust you on that lol
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Re: Crow, it's what;s for dinner

Postby cut_un » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:10 am

NEVER BEEN THAT HUNGRY :Laughing:
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Re: Crow, it's what;s for dinner

Postby savingyour6 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 9:08 pm

try it in a crockpot, with diffrent sauces and such. iv had a few dishes from friends with ducks that where quite tastey, one was this lemon herb thing, he put the breasts in from buffleheads, let it sit for like 3 hours then pulled them out they where quite good served with veggies and rice. then he did one with i dunno what type of duck, probably old squaw, and this tomato herb sauce, it was too watery to be pasta sauce, but man it flavored those breasts up nicely.
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Re: Crow, it's what;s for dinner

Postby ChrtruseMajic » Wed Nov 17, 2010 12:37 am

Well, as it may be an untapped resource, I am guessing that if you do relatively successful during the other hunting seasons, you won't have to tap into that resource. I personally haven't eaten any crow before, but the foxes love em. And in turn love me. haha. But I commend all of you who have tried crow and enjoyed it. Now that I know there are people out there who eat them, I might have to try it at least once. I will "Andrew Zimmern" the crow.
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Re: Crow, it's what;s for dinner

Postby Ladybowhunter » Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:59 am

No crow here, I have tried alot of things, not crow..lol
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