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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #20 on: January 21, 2006, 04:25:44 PM »
Yep, BC has moved to new grounds, and should have some cats available. I'm sure BC has some new "stock" for the pot already lined up. I nailed one a few weekends ago while squirrel hunting, and thought of you folks when I examined it. The trouble was, it wasn't enough cat to go around, even though it was a good sized one.   What we need is one of those big iron kettles to hang over the campfire, like you used to see on the reservations. They are great to cook in. You can get a whole dog and several cats in one, if it isn't one of those huge dogs. Those big breed dogs are usually expensive, and town folks list them as missing and search for them. What you have to do is BE SURE YOU KEEP THE KETTLE LID ON when you have one of the big missing dogs in the kettle. Townfolks get kind of riled when they spot their dog in your kettle, trust me. Same way with cats, be sure to remove collars before tossing them into the pot.  Especially the flea collars. The flea collars will give you diahrea like nothing you never had before, and make you really sick for days. One time a live stray cat accidentally fell into the kettle, and............................................. well, I will tell you later, after your kids are put to bed.  I will tell you this much, it splashed stew all over the fire until.................................. ! :wink:
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #21 on: January 21, 2006, 07:21:22 PM »
I still prefer to slowly roast the cat over an open hardwood fire and finish it with a nice coat of hickory smoke barbecue sauce.  Garnish with some warm cornbread, mashed sweet potatoes, and ice cold beer.
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #22 on: February 13, 2006, 07:17:19 AM »
and I always thought cats were only good tied to a tree as coyote bait...one day when my 'ole lady isnt paying attention I may have to try something...
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #23 on: February 13, 2006, 10:03:00 AM »
Man have I been missing out all these years?  I always considered it a blessing to send a feline off to kitty heaven, an offering to the god's. Makes me warm all over everytime it happens, but to actually consume this holy offering. I don't wish to offend the great hunting god's so I will stick with the shoot and release meathod. Though if it was served at a GP gathering and cooked up properly by the likes of a true kitty master ( John A. ),  well I would just have to give it a try.... Like they say " once you get past the smell ya got er licked ".
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #24 on: February 15, 2006, 11:53:31 AM »
CZ, that's great!  O0  :twisted:  ;D  ;D  ;D
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #25 on: February 16, 2006, 07:07:01 AM »
I had to "save" that picture to the family comp. its hilarious...I'm sure the step daughter will say something about it...LOL
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #26 on: September 05, 2006, 04:12:21 PM »
I just re-read this thread and have been ROFLMFAO for the last few minutes. ;D ;D ;D

I figured some of the new guys might want to enjoy the read also. ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #27 on: September 05, 2006, 04:18:43 PM »
I haven't tried it yet, but it does sound good, doesn't it?

I already thinned the the cats down where I hunt.  We try to keep 1-2 down there to keep the rats/mice out of the barn.  I'll probably have to wait until later this summer/fall before I can "harvest the surplus" again.  That is unless I have another one come in stalking my turkey decoys like a did a few years ago!  I'm here to tell you, a 3" turkey load with #4 shot isn't JUST for turkeys! :D

Maybe Firekidd or John will let us know how it is pretty soon.

are you thinning your own cats that you take care of?do you eat them? im just wondering 
you might want to try raising rabbits if you havent allready. thier food is somewhat cheaper than cats,very easy to take care of. thier shyt is great fertilizer, because they will eat all your left overs and outdoor grown ruffage.
thier tasy and they breed like rabbits.
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2006, 08:52:27 PM »
you might want to try raising rabbits if you havent allready. thier food is somewhat cheaper than cats,very easy to take care of. thier shyt is great fertilizer, because they will eat all your left overs and outdoor grown ruffage.
thier tasy and they breed like rabbits.
Cats are a much leaner meat though and when you like to eat healthy like me you have to watch that kinda thing
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Re: Indian John's Beer Roasted Cat
« Reply #29 on: February 11, 2007, 08:04:05 PM »
Quote by John Andrews:
"When you take it to work and feed it to them, tell them it's rabbit stew or something. Then, after everyone is finished and back to work, tell them what they REALLY ate! "

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I tried that with some bear salami . I told my wife it was regular salami . She said it was very good , then when she swallowed it , I told her it was bear. She was actually able to bring it back up and said it was terrible. Go figure ! Some people don't taste with their mouth and tongue but their preset thought. I always tell people" try it , if you don't like it you can spit it out". The ones that try it usually don't find , whatever it is, so offensive that they spit it out. Those that don't try it , I tell them " what if is the best thing you have ever tasted? If you don't try it you'll never know." I'll have to try the cat recipe but I'll have to try it when my wife's no where near ( refer to the other thread and my thoughts about my wife and my happiness).
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