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#85085 - 02/10/07 07:32 PM Bobcat .........stew
RdFx Offline

Registered: 12/23/06
Posts: 4428
Loc: Wisconsin
Cut bobcat meat into 3/4 inch stewing size piece. Add 1/8 tsp of savory and oregano. Season with pepper and salt according to ones taste. Sautee medium size onion sliced thinly in olive or canola oil till tranparent or carmalize by turning up heat and stirring onions till light brown in color. Cover bobcat meat with boiling water and simmer for one hour.
Add small potatoes, carrots and more onion if your tastes desire . Simmer for one hour and then 15 minutes before hour is done and vegetables are tender add sauteed onions. If you want a thicker stew make up flour gravy to add and thicken stew to your likings. Enjoy

Edited by Buzzard (02/03/09 04:50 PM)

#1168027 - 02/02/09 08:19 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
tstutz Offline

Registered: 11/23/08
Posts: 551
Loc: Wamego, KS
As Always,

#3154691 - 05/10/12 05:49 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
backriverguy Offline

Registered: 04/02/12
Posts: 8
Loc: NY
RdFX you really eat bobcat?
Upstate New York

#3226316 - 07/14/12 04:36 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: backriverguy]

Registered: 08/16/07
Posts: 3451
Loc: Southern Indiana
A lot of guys eat bobcat and mountain lion. They say it is nice white meat close to pork. Although this is second hand info because I have not tried it yet.

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#4202882 - 12/27/13 03:05 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
07yzryder Offline

Registered: 12/17/13
Posts: 12
Loc: las vegas NV
is there anything i need to look for in the meat before consuming? IE is there any obvious signs of bad meat or bacteria that would be visible so i know to stay away or just cook it all the way?

Definitely down to try anything once.

#4295059 - 02/06/14 02:35 AM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
trapperman83 Offline

Registered: 09/14/08
Posts: 243
Loc: Montana
Keep saying I'm gonna do it on the next one. I heard its good.
I got a touch of hangover bureacrat, don't push me. Aka John Wayne.

#4649008 - 09/16/14 05:54 AM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
crossroads Offline

Registered: 06/07/12
Posts: 350
Loc: Chitwood Oregon
I've had cougar twice and look forward to having it again. Would like to try bobcat this winter, if I can find one willing to try on one of my traps.
Third year trapping goals
Bobcat 1/10
Cougars 2/0
Coyote 0
Opossum 14/0
Nutria 0
Beaver 0
Raccoon 0
Muskrat 0/10
Mink 0/5
Skunk 3/0

#4658835 - 09/23/14 02:45 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: crossroads]
1957 Offline

Registered: 10/10/13
Posts: 94
Loc: Minnesota
I have had mountain lion and yes it is very white meat and made any way you want. It is always VERY good!

#4974779 - 03/22/15 02:18 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
mmtrapper Offline

Registered: 01/27/15
Posts: 959
Loc: PA
Yes Mt. Lion is a white meat like pork , very good !!

#4978362 - 03/24/15 07:13 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
star flakes Offline

Registered: 02/19/15
Posts: 142
Loc: MN, USA
Theodore Roosevelt wrote in Through the Brazilian Wilderness that he found mountain lion delicious, and ate jaguar as well. Biblically I have often wondered about eating predator meats, but I remember reading in The Trapper when Tom Krause was editor there, of two trappers who ate bobcat, and their experience was that, the more they chewed the meat, the larger it became like bubblegum in their mouths. I wonder if that cat was an old male.
There certainly are enough mountain lions infesting America now, so trappers, houndsmen and hunters will have a chance to partake of this culinary delight.

#5053281 - 05/19/15 09:19 AM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
Viper Offline

Registered: 02/17/10
Posts: 98
Loc: McKean County
Actually made a chili one time with bobcat meat. It was very tasty and son loved it. I started out with onion/garlic in the dutch oven. put 1/2 inch to 3/4 cubes of bobcat meat and simmered till browned. added the sauce and tomatoes and light kidney beans with all the regular seasoning and simmered for a couple hours. I added chic peas just before ready to serve.

#5073368 - 06/05/15 03:48 PM Re: Bobcat stew [Re: RdFx]
crow1971 Offline

Registered: 02/24/14
Posts: 2672
Loc: Winnsboro, Louisiana
Mmmm, bar-b-q'ed cat, yummy!!!! crazy
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