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When eating crow use garlic

BY JOE JOE WRIGHT
joejoe.wright@cordeledispatch.com

After the fall of my beloved Bulldogs from high atop their “Bulldog nation “ self made perch. I realized that I was about to be consuming crow, so I check recipes and here they are. Yes folks you can find anything on the internet. 1. Crow Casserole. “In skillet brown the crow breasts, then place them on a 1 1/2″ layer of sauerkraut in bottom of a casserole dish. Cover each piece of meat with a strip of bacon and sprinkle  onion over them. Cover the breast with another layer of sauerkraut and pour sauerkraut juice over it. Bake two hours in oven heated to 350 degrees.” You need 1/2 dozen crow breasts
1 qt. sauerkraut, 1/2 dozen strips of bacon, 1/3 cup chopped onions. My favorite one I found though was Kentucky Bourbon Seasoned crow. First take 1/2 dozen crow breast, salt, pepper and mild garlic  all less than a tea spoon and wrapped in bacon with a pinch of lemon pepper. Place the breast in a big bowl pour in pint of lemon juice and 3 ounces of apple cider vinegar, one stick of melted butter. Some worchester sauce for a little more tang taste and let it set for 1 hour. Pour Bourbon in 16 oz glass. Put birds  in a casserole dish  bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Take out the birds use a  little amount of Dale’s seasoning. Let birds sit for 20 minutes to cool down. Take the glass of bourbon drink it all down fast and throw the birds out to your dog or cat.
Basically don’t eat the crow because folks ain’t going let you forget you pulled for Georgia anyway. They going to get on facebook and hound you to pieces. Well I am a big boy and I can take it, Go Dawgs!!!!!! woof woof sickem.
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