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This one sounds good.
 

Cajun Stuffed Pigeons

5 pigeons, dressed
1 tablespoon cooking oil
Salt and pepper to taste
1 cup water
1/2 cup green bell pepper, chopped
1/2 cup red bell pepper. chopped
2 cups rice, cooked
1 tablespoon margarine
2 onions, chopped

Brown pigeons and half of the onions in 6 quart cast iron pot. Add water, cover and cook for about two hours. Add more water if necessary. When pigeons are almost fork-tender, remove to a plate and allow to cool a little. In the meantime, brown chopped pepper in margarine in a medium-size skillet. Add rice and season to taste. Mix well in skillet. Stuff each pigeon with mixture, return them to the pot, and continue cooking on low heat until tender. Add water to make gravy.

Serves 5.

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There is not any beer, wine or hot sauce listed.  It's a fake.
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I would be a little wary of trying pigeon......
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Originally posted by Monster Monster wrote:

I would be a little wary of trying pigeon......


What's wrong with pigeon?? 


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that's what I was thinking....
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In New York City (and in England) they call it squab and charge LOTS of money for it...
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yea and over there (England) they eat horse meat Shocked

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Gots to be a differnt kind of pigeon, right? 

Not the kind that poops on statues downtown...  hmmmmmmm
 
I think I will try it with some fresh quail....
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Originally posted by Monster Monster wrote:

yea and over there (England) they eat horse meat Shocked
 
Australia, too...
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Pigeons are just big doves.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Pigeons are just big doves.
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Here they think their small seagulls. Smile


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We can get "squab" around here and that sounds like a great recipe to try sometime.
The meat is actually very tasty. It is close in taste and texture to teal or other small puddle ducks.
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