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BLACK-AMERICAN RECIPE

RECIPE FOR BAKED SKUNK
CAREFULLY CLEAN AND PREPARE YOUNG SKUNK. ALLOW CLEAN
SKUNK TO SOAK IN SALT WATER ABOUT 3 DAYS TIME.
SELECT A FLAT BOARD OF GREEN OAK, LESS THAN ONE INCH
THICK. CAREFULLY STRETCH SKUNK ON BOARD AND NAIL
DOWN SOLIDLY THE LEGS. PLACE SKUNK AND BOARD IN
PRE-HEATED OVEN AT 375 DEGREES FOR ABOUT AN HOUR AND
A HALF. AFTER COOKING TIME IS UP, TAKE SKUNK AND
BOARD OUT OF OVEN. CAREFULLY TAKE NAILS OUT OF BOARD.
CAUTIOUSLY LIFT THE SKUNK OFF THE BOARD, THEN EAT
EAT THE BOARD

Submitter comment: HILARIOUS JOKESTER.

Where learned: ALABAMA ; HUNTING CAMP

Keyword(s): JOKE

Subject headings: Favorites
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Jest Anecdote
Food Drink -- Meat Wild animal

Date learned: 09-00-1985

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