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S.T.Fanatic

5 year old buck +
Heart is our favorite part of the deer.
 

Chainsaw

5 year old buck +
Looking for some guidance on this dish.
Tried my hand at deer heart fried in onions and butter last night. Seasoned with garlic powder, onion powder and salt. Cooked to medium, still slightly pink.

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Tender but thought it was a tad chewy and lacking in flavor.
Any suggestions on where I went wrong. Know someone has to be out there that still fries up this tradition at deer camp.
Trampled Turtles, There were some wonderful deer heart meals in the old deer camps but regrettably I did not learn the specific cooking methods used. It does look like your pan might be too full of meat and onions all at once though so that the onions and meat were maybe steamEd or boiled versus fried. Cooking it in a larger pan or in two batches might be worth a swing.
 

trampledbyturtles

5 year old buck +
Trying my hand at hot Italians.

Deer football roast with a jar of this fall's pickled banana peppers. Plus some onions, garlic, dash of Worcestershire and some beef bouillon.
Anything I'm forgetting?
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Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Trying my hand at hot Italians.

Deer football roast with a jar of this fall's pickled banana peppers. Plus some onions, garlic, dash of Worcestershire and some beef bouillon.
Anything I'm forgetting?
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Package of ranch dressing mix and a stick of butter. Sprinkle half the packet over the roast and rest around the sides. Also I put 2/3 of the jar of pepperoncino's in along with 1/2 of the juice from them.
 

scott44

5 year old buck +
Package of ranch dressing mix and a stick of butter. Sprinkle half the packet over the roast and rest around the sides. Also I put 2/3 of the jar of pepperoncino's in along with 1/2 of the juice from them.
We do this with a chuck roast, it always turns out good.
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
We do this with a chuck roast, it always turns out good.

Yep, we do too. Referred to as Mississippi roast ... after 7-8 hours shred meat in all the juice's and an makes awesome hot beef sandwhiches.
 

loshonhora

5 year old buck +
Italian seasoning?
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Smoked my first brisket last night. I was fully prepared for it to be pretty lousy. Much to my surprise it was delicious!

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John ... you should walk us through how you prepped and smoked that brisket. What grade of meat? How long out of paper and how long in paper?
 

Booner21

5 year old buck +

Cream cheese stuffed backstrap and a couple pork butts in the Primo. Backstrap turned out really really good


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ghilliehunter

5 year old buck +
Trying my hand at hot Italians.

Deer football roast with a jar of this fall's pickled banana peppers. Plus some onions, garlic, dash of Worcestershire and some beef bouillon.
Anything I'm forgetting?
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Trampled, that's my favorite piece of meat on the deer. Anyway you prepare the ball roast is good, yours looks great.
 

Kdog

5 year old buck +

Cream cheese stuffed backstrap and a couple pork butts in the Primo. Backstrap turned out really really good


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Looks perfect!
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Been absent on this thread for a while, I will try and catch up ... Smoked pork shoulder stir fried rice ... simple and a bunch of protien ...

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Mortenson

5 year old buck +
Always considered myself a lucky dog to have a rut bday. Never shot a buck on this day but have taken some does. Tonight we are having salmon, gourmet cannolis, and a cake custom topped by my kids.

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Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Always considered myself a lucky dog to have a rut bday. Never shot a buck on this day but have taken some does. Tonight we are having salmon, gourmet cannolis, and a cake custom topped by my kids.

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Sounds like the best birthday, enjoy!
 

hilltopper

5 year old buck +
IMG_0194.JPGVenison tartare with farm fresh egg (yolk). Delicious... recipe from BuckBuckMoose
 

Bill

Administrator
Not dinner but Bigbendmarine posted about these firecrackers in another thread. I had to try.

their soaking.

olive oil
Garlic powder
Onion powder
Ranch dressing mix
Black Pepper
Crushed Red pepper

Come on tomorrow!

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