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Flambéd squirrel blamed for building fire

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A fire at a US apartment block is thought to have been caused by a resident trying to cook a squirrel with a propane torch.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/oct/11/flambed-squirrel-blamed-apartments-fire

Never tried squirrel before. I suppose it tastes like chicken.

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:rolleyes:

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Squirrel is actually pretty good if its a young one. The problem is you have to kill and clean it yourself plus cook it without burning down the house.

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My guess is he didn't know how to skin it 1ST. Gut it Skin it then cook it

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Everyone here in Texas knows you cook your squirrel outside. Gosh, Northerners. :rolleyes:

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My guess is he didn't know how to skin it 1ST. Gut it Skin it then cook it

Same thing in Kentucky I know how to cook a squirrel

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I was thinking the same thing, they eat squirrel in Michigan?

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I had squirrel years ago and it was quite tasty too.

However one would have to be a really special sort of stupid to use a blow torch on a squirrel and on the INSIDE of a building too.

I can imagine the fire department never quite heard of a fire being caused by a flaming squirrel before.

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I think I'll stick with meat not in the rodent family.

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I wonder if he'll try that again.

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