Coots Recipe

I got five coots and I took breasts out .. Are they good eating? How do you cook for coots? thanks Billy

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Hey Fishunt69,
Boot Coot Recipe

5 coot breasts (no feathers or skin)
1 large purple onion
1 bunch carrots (julienne cut)
2 cups campfire coffee (for broth)
Salt and pepper to taste
1 old hunting boot
Cut up carrots and onion, mix in campfire coffee for broth. Dump into hunting boot, add salt and pepper and coot breasts. Lace up boot and ingredients tight. Throw onto roaring campfire. Go hunting for 2 hours while boot coots are cooking. Come back from hunting famished. Remove charred boot from campfire. Remove all cooked ingredients and discard them. Slice up boot and enjoy! Happy Cooking, NDSHOOTER
Hope you appreciate the humor, I've never cooked coots before, but heard they are not very good eating.

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ok thanks I will try it

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Take coot to your local Chinese resturant, they will cook it up J U S T right.

 

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I have eaten a lot of things that most people would never even try, so a couple of years ago I thought about giving coots a try. I thought they must be good for something. How bad could they actually taste? After all, they eat them down south - right? I cut open the skin to breast one out and saw the darkest red, nastiest looking meat I had ever seen. I ended up throwing it out. I was honestly going to give it a try until I saw and smelled the meat. They can have all they want down south. I won't be eating any up here.

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I have $23.72 that says I can make a coot edible and some would say down right tasty (given a truthful tester) Not sure if I can divulge any of my recipes yet, given the large amount of cash involved, but I will offer this. Soaking the fillets in milk or buttermilk, changing a few times, can help "tame" the meat some.

Any takers?

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YUUUUCCCCKKKK!!!!!

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addy Garlic? hehe

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I reject that offer on principle!!

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Timmy?

You can't aim a duck to death.

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Hey !!!
cool a cooking contest featuring coot as the main ingredient.
i can see it now
$ 10.00 entry fee winner take all
martha steward as the judge..

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