Oh, I wish I could see that on our table next Sunday!
That's what Holli sees when she sees another dog. She tried to eat a schnauzer a couple of days ago. To be fair, the schnauzer was aggravating.
Exactly what herbs and spices are required for your squirrel rub, Riley T? Just guessing, but you probably don't put much stock in marinating, right?
This is the border collie's favorite recipe:Sprinkle seasoned salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper (optional) liberally on the meat. Pour some cooking oil into a large pot (dutch oven). Sauté the meat with the onions until well browned. Drain the excess oil, add about 2 cups water, and bring to a boil. Cut up the tomatoes and add. If you use canned tomatoes add them now. Turn down the heat, and let slow cook for at least an hour. Important: older squirrels may require cooking longer than an hour. Check periodically for tenderness. If you don't you will have a hard time chewing the meat. After the meat is tender, add the veggies, carrots, potatoes, banana pepper, what ever you like. Cook until the veggies are done. An option you can use is, cook up your favorite pasta and serve over the pasta. (eliminate the potatoes). That's it, nice and simple.