Coyote recipes??

Does anyone know where I can get a recipe for coyote? I'm not going to kill an animal just for the fur so if I do kill one I'm fix'in to eat the creature.

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Look around for some Korean recipes.

Bulgogi comes to mind, but I don't spell Korean very well and gutang.

Basically traditional recipes for dog.

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Look around for some Korean recipes.

Bulgogi comes to mind, but I don't spell Korean very well and gutang.

Basically traditional recipes for dog.

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Does anyone know where I can get a recipe for coyote? I'm not going to kill an animal just for the fur so if I do kill one I'm fix'in to eat the creature.

Slewshark | Jan 17, 2008 6:55PM

Now thats a true hunter right there.

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Just about any chinese recipe substitutes canune for beef.

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Tell us how it tastes.

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I have never tried this but it is in one of my wildgame books.......

Coyote Soup

Coyote Hind quarter
cooking oil
2 cups red wine
3 onions, chopped
1 garlic clove
salt and pepper
spices
2 cabbage heads, chopped
8 potates, chopped

Cut meat into chunks and brown in oil. Add wine, onions, garlic, salt and pepper and your other favorite spices. Cook for 30 minutes. Add cabbage and potatoes. Cook until tender. Serve with hot biscuits or corn bread.

Makes a hearty meal out on the open range.

It was submitted to the recipe book by someone in Trinidad, Colorado.

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Yummy! :)

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Coyote, oughta taste like a used mouse.

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Don;t do it!

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You might be a redneck if.....wait you might be a dumba$$ if you want to eat a coyote.

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Everyone talks about how bad it would be but know that I know has ever tried it. I know I wont be the first to try it though. I've always wanted to make some sausage and give it away for a joke.

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I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I bet a coyote would taste something like a cross between a prairie dog and a seagull. Neither of which, I'm assuming, would be very good.

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you gotta be kidding me! eating a coyote?! That is just wrong. Why dont you just chop up your pet dog and eat it instead? eewwww...... no offense, but i don't see how anybody could stomach eating an animal relating to the K-9 species. It's to much like a dog. No thanks....

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outdoorsguy, ever been to Thailand? ;)

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Slew- does that mean that I will need to eat the feathers from the roosters I shoot because I sure wouldn't want to kill something just for the meat???????????????????? OMG!

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nope, never been to Thailand. And if that's the kind of food they have there, then I guess I will never go to Thailand then. ;)

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heh heh!

Actually I enjoyed most of the food there. Just don't eat the "meat on a stick" from the guy outside of the bars! No matter HOW hungry you are! lol!

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OMFG!!!! coyotes? eating them? C'mon guys, you aren't serious...... are you? People shouldn't eat carnivorous animals. Im not going into detail with that, but people just shouldn't. Wow..... never heard of eating such things?

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Sortof like the "can you eat porcupine" thread a few years ago. Like I said there, I'll bring the pizza and beer. Tell me how it tastes!!!

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I commend you for your willingness to try. I've never have. Don't really have an inclination to. But I wouldn't knock it. Who knows, it may be good.

Everyone's different. One of the guys I went hunting elk with in Colorado REFUSED to let me take teh heart and liver (I hate liver, my Dad likes it). He told me a person should NEVER eat the organs of an animal. Needless to say, I had never run into anyone with this opinion, but he was so adamant, that I left them.

Porcupine is actually good! I've had that!

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I've got a good recipe for poodles and noodles that might work for your coyote

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I don't know if u r serious but i've often thought about filleting the backstraps off of bobcats when we r skinning them, it is fairly light colored meat and coyote is similar, a little darker. I would prepare it like any other backstrap recipe u like. Might try the cat this yr. myself.

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Oh yea, just got done eating some bear sausage for lunch, 1/2 & 1/2 mix with antelope, turned out pretty good

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Bear sausage is good! Mine was mixed with pork. Antelope mixed with bacon trimmings is excellent too, for burgers. You've now given me an idea for dinner, with the bear sausage.

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The bear I shot in 2000 was downright tastey! The roasts, backstraps, and jerkey didn't come close to making the winter, long gone before that. The bear roasts in the crock pot made for some of the best brown gravy ever!

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Wrong link and no edit feature!!

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All I know after reading some of these posts is this:

I am putting my dog in an enclosed fence...... with a lock, and under my supervision at all times! He is not on the menu, sorry. haha :)

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anyone that would eat a coyote I wouldn't trust in a outhouse with a spoon!!!!

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Sortof like the "can you eat porcupine" thread a few years ago. Like I said there, I'll bring the pizza and beer. Tell me how it tastes!!!

Tonts1 | Jan 18, 2008 9:48AM

I heard porcupine is really good.

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I've had porcupine and I'd have it again.

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nxs,

As I recall the Thai people didn't eat a lot of dog, plenty of monkey and cats though.

I think the Koreans and Chinese tend to prefer the canine cuisine a little more.

Of course, those three plus years I spent bouncing around the Pacific were kind of done in a haze. :D

I tried just about (I SAID JUST ABOUT YOU FREAK) everything offered while over seas. All but the bugs (and bolute) were tasty. There is just something about not prejudicing your palate before trying something new that seems to make it all better. Tough to not get a bad impression though when it's a 5-6 inch long water bug that looks an awful lot like a cockroach.

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nxs,

p.s. We have to remember that sailors of old dreamt of fresh rats on some of their long voyages. Now that's a yuck factor! :D

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Dog meat IS good. Not a delicacy, but tastes alright. Difficult to tell apart from beef after a six pack. When it is coated with BBQ sauce it tastes the same as bef even when you are sober. I would think coyote meat would be almost 99.9% the same except for its diet of mice and such. Hanta Virus might be a concern. I still would need some convincing to try it...and hold the mange. Stizo :)

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We came pretty close to trying a fox one time. Just couldnt get over the dog thought.We did try jack rabbit,muskrat and racoon though. They werent to bad,but racoon should only be eaten verry hot because the fat sticks to the roof of you mouth.kinda have to scrape it off

 

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If someone cooked up a coyote thoroughly I would give it a try. I think we only go through life once, you might as well try new things at least once.... A muskrat seems like a greasy animal to me; no doubt it was interesting.

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best i've found is 41grains of H380.

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Amen Travis!!! I like 50 grains of V-Max mixed with 44 grains of IMR 4831 and cooked at 3760 FPS. Mmmmm good

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Yotefvr, you shooting a 6/22? Cheetah? Trying to figure what 22 cfr will allow 44gns of 4831.

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Allen, I'm not sure what the hell it was but it did NOT agree with me. I guess I just assumed it was dog. Although now that you mention the possiblity of it being monkey or feline I do feel much better now. ha!

I like 40.5 of H380 and 53 gr. SMKs....

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Dog is a fine meat... wow cut the guy some slack next thing you know your saying.....how could anyone eat horse meat...how could anyone eat that cute little bambi.... how could anyone hunt those poor defensless animals...next thing you know your over at ingrid newkirks chowing down on tofu fartin fairy food.
Let the guy stew thwe meat and i bet it aint that bad at all.

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if you have gone with out meat
for a long time.you might be suprised
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=purple meat,Mexico

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Eating canine won't kill you, according to this guy anyway.

Canadian survives wilderness ordeal on rotting meat By Jeffrey Jones
Mon Jan 21, 8:32 PM ET

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - A Canadian man survived 96 hours pinned under his all-terrain vehicle in the Rocky Mountains by eating rotting animal carcasses, drinking melted snow and thinking of his grandchildren, he said on Monday.

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Ken Hildebrand was trapped face down for four days and three nights in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta, where he tried numerous ways to free himself in below-freezing temperatures.

Throughout the ordeal, he kept wolves and coyotes away by blowing on an emergency whistle.

"I thought of my family and God and that was it," Hildebrand, a paramedic, told Reuters from his hospital bed in Lethbridge, Alberta.

He was finally rescued from the wreck on a little-used trail in the foothills by hikers.

Hildebrand, who declined to give his age, was taken to a hospital in the Crowsnest Pass then transferred to Lethbridge, where he has spent the past eight days being treated for leg injuries and frostbite.

He said he was checking animal traps on January 8 in an area about 80 miles southwest of Calgary, where ranchers had complained of wolves preying on livestock.

The vehicle hit a rock, throwing him off and settling on his legs.

He tried into the night to pry the ATV off with an axe that he had on the vehicle to no avail. He also attempted to lift it up by pounding animal bones into the ground, but his awkward position made that impossible too.

"So I'm in survival mode now," he said. "I had to use what I had at my disposal."

He stayed alive by eating the animals he had collected, although the rotting flesh made him sick, the Calgary Sun newspaper reported.

A hospital official said Hildebrand's injuries are not described as life-threatening, but the newspaper, quoting an Emergency Medical Services official, reported that one leg that was pinned might have to be amputated.

(Editing by Eric Beech)

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I have seen Slewshark shoot. I guess I better just take him a few coyotes and get this show on the road.

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Ive had MT Lion sausage. Bobcat has to be about the same. Dog uff dah

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COYOTE....the other, other, other, other white meat.

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kzz1king,
Anyone can shoot a coyote when he doesn't know your there. I like to fire a couple of warning shots in his direction to get him moving, justt to make it sporting. Now, when your talking about making this varmint your next culinary delight shot placement is of the utmost importance so you may want to take him standing so you can get a head shot. You definitly don't want to hit the backstraps or hind quarters cause there's not much meat on one of them dogs. Thanks to all for the tips I'll be letting ya'll know how it tastes. I'm thinking sausage ;-)

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Sounds good, be sure and let us know how that Wile E. Coyote Summer Sausage tastes !!!

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Allan, he actually ate some of the beaver he was using for bait not a canine.