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Eating the Enemy: Oregon State and BIG EAST OPEN THREAD!!!!!

Because it's impossible to find a recipe for beaver without sounding really dirty, we might as well find something especially naughty. From ushotstuff:

Fur Trapper's Beaver


Recipe By: Jacqueline E. Knight       



  • 1 Beaver  cut serving pieces
  • 1 tablespoon Celery seeds     
  • 1 tablespoon Garlic juice         
  • 1 Bay leaf               
  • 1 tablespoon Onion salt           
  • 1 cup Seasoned flour
  • 1/2 cup Melted lard       
  • 1 cup Red wine            
  • 2 cups Medium cream sauce   

Parboil beaver in water seasoned with celery seeds, garlic juice, bay leaf, and onion salt.  When nearly tender, remove and pat dry.  Dust with seasoned flour and brown in melted lard.  Add red wine, bake at 350 degrees, covered, for 1 hour or until completely tender.  Pour on cream sauce and broil briefly until golden-brown.


Of course, some might say the toughest part of eating beaver is finding a suitable beaver to begin with. Ba dum ching! Now, go get yourself some beaver, slap it in the oven, and get ready for some red hot South Florida at Syracuse Big East football! Go...Bulls?