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My wife & I have a tradition of, when tailgating,  preparing food that the opposing team's locale is famous for. For example, North Carolina - bad barbeque, U-Conn - Lobster. However we are stumped for West Virginia.  Emeril's website - nothing. Rachel Ray -Zippo. Bobby Flay - Nadda. We can't find a recipe for 'Possum anywhere.

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haha

State Bird: Northern Cardinal

State Animal: Black Bear

State Fish: Brook Trout

State Tree: Sugar Maple

Source: Wikipedia - West Virginia

Pepperoni Roll - have to say these are the best! I call them "Little Heavens"

ramp, or wild leek

Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/West_Virginia "Eat section"

Best of luck!

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http://www.sauerkrautrecipes.com/recipe21000.shtml

Here is a good one for Roadkill Stew. Thelady who submitted the recipe is originally from Morgantown....;)

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Chilis, soups, and stews are all good... ain't too many teeth in those parts. ;-)

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NC=bad BBQ???

wow.

I would think that people in WV like a nice thick T-bone, what time should I drop by your grill?

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My wife & I have a tradition of, when tailgating,  preparing food that the opposing team's locale is famous for. For example, North Carolina - bad barbeque, U-Conn - Lobster. However we are stumped for West Virginia.   Emeril's website - nothing. Rachel Ray -Zippo. Bobby Flay - Nadda. We can't find a recipe for 'Possum anywhere.

How about cedar plank trout with a maple glaze?  That way you get a couple of the things below:

haha

State Bird: Northern Cardinal

State Animal: Black Bear

State Fish: Brook Trout

State Tree: Sugar Maple

Source: Wikipedia - West Virginia

Pepperoni Roll - have to say these are the best! I call them "Little Heavens"

ramp, or wild leek

Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/West_Virginia "Eat section"

Best of luck!

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Squirrel.  Or maybe Raccoon to go w/ the whole coonskin cap thing.  Basically anything you might run over in your vehicle.

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Seriously, anyone who makes a Pepperoni Roll I will be stopping by your tent to get one!

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Squirrel.  Or maybe Raccoon to go w/ the whole coonskin cap thing.  Basically anything you might run over in your vehicle.

Exactly.

Or if you can find some wild game meat like some venicin or some hog meat (Got plenty in my freezer) serve it up! Venicin is very delicious on the grill.

 

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