Discussion in 'Off Grid Living' started by MountainMariner, Jun 28, 2016.
Sweet! If I remember correctly I've only seen it with snow before.
That's the way I like it. But still beautiful in either season. Porcupine has caused problems. He was here yesterday too. Game camera has him busted. I'll be eating porcupine soon...
Nice. I want one!
That is so awesome. Just breathtaking. Those lakes are beautiful and the peace of the whole place, envy!
PS- nice looking solar panels.
That is just about perfect!!!!
Thanks for sharing!!
The indians used the quills for decoration of attire, and many other uses. If you don't want them, there may be a monkey crafter who could use them. (Just a thought/waste not, want not)
NativeTech: Preparation of Porcupine Quills
June 29 2016
The porcupine has lost.
RIP Mr. Porcupine.
Great video. Thank you for sharing.
3 June 2016:
29 June 2016
Anyone have a favorite porcupine recipe they'd like to share?
What? No recipes? Guess I'll do it southern style on the Weber with some Sweet Baby Ray's:
Grilling is one thing, skinning it out is yet another. Got vid?
No Quils on the Underside....
No video. I was too busy concentrating on avoiding the quills. Didn't get poked even one time. Gotta run and check the grill, 25 minutes so far....
Porky is Good Eat'en....
Think I'll play it safe and do this guy well done. Not a very pleasant meat smell. Once the SBR gets lathered on that should mask the scent. SBR makes anything taste good. I forgot, is porcupine traditionally paired with Merlot or Cabernet Savignon? Or is it R&R Canadian whiskey???
Usually Crispy, is the normal amount of Well Doneness, when grilling wild Porkies...
We shall see very shortly.
Usually Molson's (or Hamm's) IIRC. (From my days in da Yoop.) Either one will make you forget the smell.
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