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  Categories: Main dish
       Yield: 4 servings
       1 ea Fresh Muskrat (Road Kill)
       1 ea Hickory plank, slightly
       1 x  -larger than muskrat
       1 tb Cooking oil
       1 ts Salt
       2 ea Green onions
       1 ds Pepper
       1 tb Fish sauce
   Skin the fresh muskrat and discard the skin.( Can be
   saved and tanned into leather.)
   Nail the muskrat to the hickory plank, carefully
   stretching out. Chop the green onion fine.  Heat the
   oil in 2 quart pot, then add the onion and the
   remaining ingredients. Saute, stirring, on medium heat
   until the sauce is done. (about 5 minutes or more).
   Place planked muskrat in a large pot, add 4 cups of
   water and simmer, uncovered, on medium heat for one
   hour. Add the fish sauce and continue to simmer on
   medium heat 1 more hour.  Most of the water will be
   absorbed by the meat and the remainder will be
   slightly thick--or carmelized.  Be careful not to burn
   it. Remove the muskrat from the pot carefully !
   Seperate the muskrat from the plank, and place meat to
   one side. Pour the sauce from the pot over the plank.
   Totally discard the muskrat and eat the plank ! Bon
   Appetite. Serve hot as a main dish, with lots of rice.