child recipe?

@ESKARENA1 (18304)
December 23, 2007 4:36am CST
NO MATTER HOW I TRY I CANT FIND A RECIPE FOR Cooking my child. I dont even know if i should peel her first or if scewered is the best method, any tips?
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@Ravenladyj (22992)
• United States
26 Dec 07
Well if you want the meat super tender I would suggest marinating her first in a nice mixture of lemon juice, sherry and some seasonings....Then I would slow simmer for a day or so..BUT DO NOT peel her! You want the skin on there to keep the juices in...
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@ESKARENA1 (18304)
26 Dec 07
YES I UNDERSTAND the need to jkeep the juices in, but keeping her still long enough to marinate would be a problem lol
@Ravenladyj (22992)
• United States
26 Dec 07
well no not really...thats what train spikes and roofer nails are for...I know that they are squirmy little buggers but its workable trust me..LOL
• United States
23 Dec 07
LMAO I would have to say check her bones and make sure they are still pretty soft, their easier to eat if they are. I would say broil is a good way to go. LMAO
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@ESKARENA1 (18304)
23 Dec 07
wow, broiling i had never considerred, i will have to hope she still fits in the pan thankyou for your suggestion blessed be
• United States
24 Dec 07
If she doesn't fit like I said, make sure her bones are still soft it will make it easier for her to fit.....and blessed be to you too my friend.
@derek_a (10903)
24 Dec 07
They are quite nice with some garnish like frogspawn or even a live tadpole or two. Definitely peeled, because it will keep the consumption of cholesterol down. LOL
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@ESKARENA1 (18304)
24 Dec 07
hahahaha yes the healthy option of course, got to keep an eye on the old figure. Thankyou for your input blessed be to you and yours
26 Dec 07
I have similar problems trying to work out how to get my plump little 3yr old into the oven. So far I have convinced him he is still supple enough to be squished up a little and trussed up like a turkey. After a few practice sessions I have found if he pulls his legs up to his chin and grips his ankles then with a little twine he makes quite a compact package. He will even open his mouth to be stuffed with an orange bless him! I was thinking along the lines of a suckling pig so I guess I could always spit roast him slowly over a roaring fire in the garden so there's one for you.
@Debs_place (10551)
• United States
26 Dec 07
May I recommend parboiling - it is easier to remove then skin. THen BBQ on the grill, the young ones are very tender and tasty that way. Awesome with asparagus and baby corn.
@Sissygrl (10999)
• Canada
26 Dec 07
lol slap er on the bar-by! lol.
@SViswan (12095)
• India
25 Dec 07
lol...now what on earth does that mean? Is she being totally unreasonable? It depends on her age. If she's a young child, I would say neither one of those options and if she is older, I would say BOTH!
@Mickie30 (2636)
24 Dec 07
Awww I would never cook my little darling 2 year old she hasn't got enough meat on her!
• United States
24 Dec 07
If anyone has any other recipes let me know? I have one that I need to cook up before she gets too rotten. LOL