A roadkill barbecue is a favorite meal of many roadkill hunters.
In Wyoming, the most popular meal of the roadkill is a grilling at a campfire, with the grilling often accompanied by live pig parts.
But with roadkill season quickly approaching, there’s now more than one way to prepare a barbecue.
Here are some tips for preparing a roadkill grilling.
Read more The Roadkill Grilling Guidebook is designed to help you make the best grilling choices for roadkilled animals.
It includes information on cooking methods, techniques and cooking techniques for both the smoked and smoked pig.
“I’ve been a roadkilled hunter since 1985, and this is a first for me,” said Mike Jones, who owns the campground at The RoadKill Grill in the small town of Tule Lake.
“My son was born at the same time.
I knew that there was a lot of opportunity for him to grow up to be a road kill cook.”
Tule Lakes is about 20 kilometres west of Casper, Wyo., a town of about 1,500 people on the edge of the Wyoming desert.
It’s a small town, and Jones said it’s filled with his family.
Jones’ father and two other brothers and a sister were killed in a road accident in the early 1990s.
“They were on the road and it hit them on the head, and they both died,” Jones said.
Jones said his father had a strong appetite for road kill and said it was something he enjoyed doing at home.
“It was kind of the lifeblood of our family, and I remember a lot about him was that he was an avid road kill hunter,” Jones explained.
“He was always hunting, and that’s what we did.”
Jones said he didn’t cook roadkill because of the cost.
“When I got back from a trip in the Dakotas I had no money left,” he said.
“So I just thought, ‘I’m not going to cook it.’
But my son’s appetite for that meat is a little bit different.
He said, ‘Dad, I don’t think you should cook it because it’s a lot more expensive.'”
Jones said the road kill barbecue at the campfire has become a family tradition.
He and his wife, Tanya, both enjoy the grill cooking.
“We don’t grill because it takes away from the food,” Jones noted.
“Our kids love to eat it.
We cook it and we share it.
I love sharing it.”
The RoadKills Guidebook includes a detailed recipe for the smoked pig meat.
The book also includes instructions on how to cook roadkilled turkey.
“What’s good for roadkills is good for everybody,” Jones added.
The roadkill cookbook is available at any local book store, as well as online at roadkillgrillingguide.com.
Jones says the roadkilling cookbook has also been popular among the locals.
“The roadkill community has been really welcoming and has been supportive of our work,” Jones told CBC News.
“And that’s why we’ve been able to keep the book in print.”