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SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN #7824187 04/30/20 02:21 AM
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I have 2 questions for the experts. 1st.. Does anyone have a proven squirrel stew recipe? 2nd. What is the difference between a squirrel stew and a squirrel mulligan? Thanks Daniel







Re: SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN [Re: DLALLDER] #7824229 04/30/20 02:55 AM
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Brunswick stew. I'll be home tomorrow and can post if you want, but when I cook squirrel, it is my go to.


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Re: SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN [Re: unclebubba] #7824352 04/30/20 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by unclebubba
Brunswick stew. I'll be home tomorrow and can post if you want, but when I cook squirrel, it is my go to.



bubba, I will be waiting to hear from you. Thanks Daniel







Re: SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN [Re: DLALLDER] #7824451 04/30/20 01:10 PM
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I've always though a Mulligan stew just had everything in the pantry in it.


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Re: SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN [Re: DLALLDER] #7824478 04/30/20 01:32 PM
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snake oil. I have heard the same thing but I have also heard that mulligan has dumplings in it & that is why I am asking maybe someone,with a higher pay grade than I, can give a true & correct answer. Thanks Daniel







Re: SQUIRREL STEW or MULLIGAN [Re: DLALLDER] #7824717 04/30/20 05:16 PM
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mulligan stew: Said to have originated in hobo camps during the early 1900s, mulligan stew is a sort of catch-all dish of whatever is available. It usually contains meat, potatoes and vegetables in just about any combination. The name indicates that its origins might come from irish stewburgoo.

so ... could be squirrel, rabbit, coon, possum, chicken, beef, etc. or any combination

that's kinda what I was taught anyway. if it was a combination, my mother called it Mulligan ... if some specific meat only, it was xxxxxx stew (like squirrel stew).

if it had dumplings, it was xxxxxx (whatever meat involved) dumplings, (like chicken n dumplings, squirrel n dumplings, rabbit n dumplings, etc.) ...

stew has more vegetables, potatoes, etc. but not dumplings.


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PMK, You may have hit on the correct definition for the different types of stews and/or mulligans. Thanks Daniel







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Originally Posted by PMK
stew has more vegetables, potatoes, etc. but not dumplings.


Unless it's a Cajun stew, that's different lol.

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