A Real Hunter’s Wife

by Jody Narantic on December 9, 2011

This is what a real hunter’s wife profile picture should look like …

Jody Narantic

Did you notice …

Jody Narantic

Because I’m guessing real wives of hunters can cook a mean venison. Or boar. Or bear. Or squirrel …

But me …

  1. I would never touch a squirrel
  2. Or pluck the hairs off a squirrel
  3. Or shave the hair off a squirrel
  4. However you get the hair off a squirrel
  5. Or bop it in the head with the rolling pin
  6. Or flour a squirrel
  7. Or fry a squirrel
  8. Or chop it’s head off
  9. Or use it’s tail for a hat
  10. Or mink wrap

But I think I might just have to rock this profile picture for awhile on my Facebook page.

Have a wonderful weekend all!!!

And if you’re not one to just order a darn pizza and are looking for wild game recipes ~ visit Jodi Smith’s ~ Wild Kitchen

And thank you to Stacey Huston ~ A Focus in the Wild ~ for the cropping dangling squirrel image.


{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Phillip December 9, 2011 at 5:26 pm

That is a classic picture, Jody. Definitely need to keep that as the profile pic for a while.

Squirrel and dumplings! It’s one of the few childhood memories I have of my “Granny D”. My dad and I would go hunting squirrels, and despite my five year-old antics, he’d usually manage to bag a couple. By the time they got back into the house, they’d be cleaned and quartered and Granny D would fix ‘em up! Yumm!

You can do it too, Jody!


2 James Lindley December 9, 2011 at 5:35 pm

A male hog is a boar, not a bore, although you may find it boring to watch them. It’s never boring to hunt, cook, or eat them though.


3 Jody Narantic December 9, 2011 at 5:37 pm

Phillip, dumplings and squirrel. Oh. My. No. But nice to have those kind of memories.

James, oops.


4 Stacey Huston December 9, 2011 at 11:59 pm

Jody~ you are so welcome. But.. the squirrel that I put in that photo was alive :-) hehehe


5 Jody Narantic December 10, 2011 at 3:22 am

Stacey, I think you didn’t finish your sentence … that is what the rolling pin is for.


6 Glynn @ AReelLady December 10, 2011 at 6:46 pm

Jody, I have a recipe from a book I’ll be blogging about next week which is deep fried rabbit. I can share that with you if you’d like :-P


7 Jodi Smith December 11, 2011 at 1:21 am

Ahaha! Love it! And thanks :)


8 Phillip December 13, 2011 at 12:08 am

Well then, how about squirrel pot pie?


9 Michael December 13, 2011 at 3:48 am

You are so amazing!!!


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