Does your supermarket carry Racoon? This one does!

http://www.latimes.com/food/dailydish/la-dd-temple-city-supermarket-busted-for-selling-raccoons-as-frozen-food-20150211-story.html

 

$9.99 a pound?!?!?  WTF... That shit better be Prime! Lol 

 

 

I guess I would either put Rocky in the rotisserie or maybe braised n slow cooked for hours.

Anyone eaten Racoon? Phone Post 3.0

http://youtu.be/XO8ozQ-10kI

Skip to about the 20 minute mark and they start to try it. Phone Post 3.0

Steven Rinella slow cooked one for a bunch of guests on his show. They didn't know what they were eating but everyone loved it

I've never tried it Phone Post 3.0

When I was around 12 my buddy had a pet raccoon named Bobo. That thing acted just like a dog, it had a collar and would come when you called his name.

One day we went hunting for squirrels and I heard my buddy shoot. A few seconds later he screamed for me to come over. When I got there I saw Bobo dead on the ground. My buddy said he thought he was a squirrel in a tree when he shot.

We buried Bobo in the woods and never told his parents.

To answer your question: I have never eaten a raccoon. Phone Post 3.0

That's odd. While in college at UF, this bearded guy walked into Publix with two Racoons on his back/shoulders. He did all his shopping then went to his van. He had 3 or 4 more waiting for him in the van. They were all super friendly and pretty intelligent.

Of course this guy introduced himself as "Racoon Man"

I had raccoon stew when I was younger. My neighbors father, whom I was too young to realize was batshit crazy, made it once. I remember it being heavily seasoned and a bit dry. Phone Post 3.0

Hammerstein - Shit, I thought you were going to give us a new recipe! lol

The influx of mainland Chinese is going to bring a few culture shocks like this, I imagine.
Lol I would try it for sure.

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Giffo - http://youtu.be/XO8ozQ-10kI

Skip to about the 20 minute mark and they start to try it. Phone Post 3.0
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kkmmnn - Steven Rinella slow cooked one for a bunch of guests on his show. They didn't know what they were eating but everyone loved it

I've never tried it Phone Post 3.0
That's how I would do it.

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braidedgooch - When I was around 12 my buddy had a pet raccoon named Bobo. That thing acted just like a dog, it had a collar and would come when you called his name.

One day we went hunting for squirrels and I heard my buddy shoot. A few seconds later he screamed for me to come over. When I got there I saw Bobo dead on the ground. My buddy said he thought he was a squirrel in a tree when he shot.

We buried Bobo in the woods and never told his parents.

To answer your question: I have never eaten a raccoon. Phone Post 3.0
Rip Bobo

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StevetheWeasel - Got badgered into buying some once. Have it squirreled away in the freezer somewhere.
Lol

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jcblass - That's odd. While in college at UF, this bearded guy walked into Publix with two Racoons on his back/shoulders. He did all his shopping then went to his van. He had 3 or 4 more waiting for him in the van. They were all super friendly and pretty intelligent.

Of course this guy introduced himself as "Racoon Man"
Lol

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ChrisChronic - I had raccoon stew when I was younger. My neighbors father, whom I was too young to realize was batshit crazy, made it once. I remember it being heavily seasoned and a bit dry. Phone Post 3.0
Lol ... At least you can say that you tried it once.

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Forget about eating grass fed.

Go garbage fed, the ultimate recycle. Phone Post 3.0

Magic Mago - Forget about eating grass fed.

Go garbage fed, the ultimate recycle. Phone Post 3.0
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What about coyote?

oven roasted a few and no much difference from rabbit. i definitely would make sure it was from the country and not some city garbage rummaging one. that would be nasty like eating a dump bear.

Heard about this on KFI today, craziness.

I've eaten a lot of it. I run coon hounds so I have the opportunity often. You gotta pick the right coon, a good young one with not a lot of fat on it( tastes foul). If you just follow your pulled pork recipe you'll be very impressed. Phone Post 3.0