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Featured Cookbook

The Matagorda Historical Society Cookbook

Editor: Jo Sutton

The Matagorda Historical Society thanks all its members and everyone who contributed recipes and pictures.

And a special thank-you to all who worked day and night to complete this project. As a society we are dedicated to promoting and preserving the history of Matagorda.

Please feel free to join us and enjoy the programs and speakers. May this cookbook be a blessing for years to come.

Featured Recipe

DRUNK SQUIRREL

By Brenda Langehennig

Ingredients:
Flour
Salt & Pepper
Three (3) Squirrels, cut in pieces
Oil
Two (2) Cans of Beer (Your Choice)
2 tsp. Cumin
1 tsp. Black Pepper
Directions:
Salt and pepper squirrel and dredge in flour. Brown in oil. Place in casserole dish. Pour beer over meat and sprinkle with cumin and black pepper. Cover and bake at 300 degrees for 2 hours or until tender.

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