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weekender21

5 year old buck +
Iron skillet backstrap

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5 year old buck +
I have no photos to share but I made a nice gravy with canned venison last night and just put it over buttered toast since I was feeling a bit lazy. For anyone that’s never made canned venison I highly recommend it. It’s quite possible my favorite way to eat it fork tender every time.

Can confirm canned deer and canned beef are surprisingly good. Like fork tender pot roast.
 

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5 year old buck +
Looks amazing. Are those little neck clams?
 

H20fwler

5 year old buck +
Looks amazing. Are those little neck clams?

I'm not sure exactly what they are called, I just called them butter clams...they were my favorite.
 

Bill

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Looks amazing. Are those little neck clams?

little necks for sure. My son and I can eat a lot of those in a sitting.
I get the butter clam name. Dip them in drawn butter and nothing is quite like it.
 

Kdog

5 year old buck +
Just pulled this from the smoker after putting it on @ 11:00 last night and have it double wrapped and resting. Have 4 partial racks of baby backs on that will be done in about 3 hours.

 

H20fwler

5 year old buck +
Made some Rabbit Pie yesterday, started out with two cottontails and a snowshoe hare pieced out. Put them in a pot of simmering chicken broth for a few hours with a diced onion and some salt. Couple hours later I diced up a bunch of potatoes onions carrots and celery, started simmering them in their own pot of broth for an hour or so until soft. When the bunnies started to slip meat off the bone I strained off broth and completely and carefully deboned and cubed.
Then I mixed veggies and bunnies in baking tray, covered with layer of bisquick and into the over to bake for twenty minutes at 375.
Whole thing seemed like it took half a day but was well worth it. Just Like Mom used to make.

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Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Had my nephew up this past weekend to help with planting ... so it was trade work for me cooking food for him.

Friday it was tenerloin and grilled peppers & onions.




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Got the morning off to a good start with at lite breakfast ...

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5 year old buck +
I sure do miss morel season. We don't have wild morels where I live now. I have to go into the city and check all the freshly mulched flower beds.
 

Someday isle

5 year old buck +
Hanger steak. I’ve heard good things about them but never ran across one. The butcher had three in the case last week so I figured I’d give it a try. A little work trimming it out but maybe as tender a cut of meat I’ve ever had. It was worth the effort. Seared over high heat on the kamado Joe to a temp of 125. Added some portobello mushrooms, Parmesan encrusted green beans, and a grilled hearts of romaine salad. Wine calories don’t count!
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