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Wild Game Recipes ...

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by BadgeBunny, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. dlbleak

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    IMG_0069.JPG Poor mans prime rib(goose breast)
    Make a deep pocket in the breast and swipe a spoon of horseradish in it.
    Garlic powder,pepper and a little slap yo mama on the outside. I soaked the breast in salted ice water since noon yesterday. DAMN it was good!
     
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    I've never ate goose, but anything with horseradish in it has to be good. I love that stuff.
     
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    This dirty rice is awesome and simple. 1 pound of deer burger and follow directions on the box. Simple and great![​IMG]


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    Elk Roast 3 Tbsp of Cajun seasoning, 1 Tbsp Seasoned Pepper, 1 Tbsp Minced Garlic, 1/2 Tbsp salt, 1/2 Tbsp Onion Flakes, 6 Tbsp Olive Oil mix all to paste coat roast. Inject 1/2 can or so of Beef broth. Wrap roast in 1 lb. bacon and secure. I set a couple small cut-off beer cans of beer above my heat source in my pellet grill. 225 deg until 150 internal. This 4.9 lb roast took 5 hrs. I like it at 140-145 internal but the G-kids said it was great.
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    Dang!! that sounds good!!!!!
     
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    Young's fish fry breading. Peanut oil . Salt Fork River catfish pieces. [​IMG]


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    IMG_5726.JPG IMG_5727.JPG Jerky is done, trying a salami kit from Cabelas.
     
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    Good eats!
    How did the salami turn out?


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