On Groundhog's Day, Groundhog For Lunch?

Phil saw his shadow = more winter. The bastard.
Feb 2, 2012 12:31 pm
groundhog day 2012

Anyway, my stomach for game meat has its limitations. So rather than suggest a bunch of ways to do away with, cook and incorporate actual groundhog into your lunch today, I'm going to pretend that ground hog, better known as ground pork, is enough to pay homage to that baby lettuce thief's whole day he gets to celebrate himself. (Jerk). The most obvious example of which you can see in the above photo. Idea #1: sculpt a groundhog using only ground hog.

Hunting the Groundhog

It's Man v Beast in a battle over tender greens
Apr 21, 2011 10:15 am
Illustration: Drew Lerman

Each week I’d arrive at the family farm in Pennsylvania to find less and less lettuce. It was as if the greens were growing backwards. One week they were there, the next week, they were not. When the beet tops and cauliflower disappeared I realized that in order to eat any salad this summer, I’d need a rifle.

I am not the vengeful type. I let...

Braised Groundhog Recipe

Braised in mustard and white wine: A groundhog?!
Apr 21, 2011 9:58 am
Illustration: Drew Lerman

Time for a full disclosure. This is not the first groundhog I’ve eaten. As such, I’ve learned a few things along the way. Like, for instance, groundhogs have musk glands in their armpits. YOU MUST REMOVE THESE IF YOU DON'T WANT TO THROW UP FROM THE STINK OF BRAISED MUSK GLANDS AS THEY BOIL AWAY! If you have difficulty...


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