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Wonderful. If only the same could be said about the Conservative Party back home in the UK.
Just one other minor point - the squirrels I ate as a child were reds, whereas grey squirrels (which I understand are far more common in the USA) may have a different intensity of flavour.
Back when I was a lad I remember my mother making a squirrel caserole for the 1st time. Unfortunately she underestimated the strength of squirrel meat and used similar ingredients to those one would use when making a chicken casserole, with the result that the taste of squirrel overwhelmed the taste of everything else. For comparison purposes, squirrel meat is slightly stronger tasting than rabbit although perhaps not quite as strong as partridge so plan the spices you add to it and the vegetables you cook alongside it accordingly.
Don't forget photography :>)
Much as I respect and admire The Wall Game as an important part of our history, I would hope most fellow Brits would agree that Mornington Crescent is the greatest game ever invented.
James D - maybe you need a short break from hard-hitting political analysis. Perhaps you and Douglas Murray should produce your own Christmas music album in the same style as Mark Steyn/Jessica Martin; see what the Telegraph trolls make of that :-)
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