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Holiday Wild Game Meals?

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Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby WapitiTalk1 » 11 30, 2016 •  [Post 1]

Anybody baking, grilling, or smoking some tasty wild game meals for the holidays this year?
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Re: Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby longspeak74 » 11 30, 2016 •  [Post 2]

Pulled BBQ venison roast. Bacon-wrapped venison loin appetizers. Slow cooker venison lasagna...oh, and a ham for those "other" folks!
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Re: Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby Lefty » 09 10, 2017 •  [Post 3]

Iwas just going threw the forum
Smoked duck or goose is our Christmas treat
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Re: Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby Lsb » 06 20, 2018 •  [Post 4]

Fir Christmas we line a casserole dish with bacon then a whole deer loin, salt, pepper, garlic, olive oil, diced onions, mushrooms, and roasted green chillies. Cover with bacon and cook for about an hour and a half (I think), then add shrimp and cook for another half hour. It's even better the next day.
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Re: Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby WapitiTalk1 » 07 20, 2018 •  [Post 5]

Lsb wrote:Fir Christmas we line a casserole dish with bacon then a whole deer loin, salt, pepper, garlic, olive oil, diced onions, mushrooms, and roasted green chillies. Cover with bacon and cook for about an hour and a half (I think), then add shrimp and cook for another half hour. It's even better the next day.


Man, I was right there (sounds really tasty) with ya till the infusion of the shrimp ;)
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Re: Holiday Wild Game Meals?

Postby Lsb » 07 30, 2018 •  [Post 6]

WapitiTalk1 wrote:
Lsb wrote:Fir Christmas we line a casserole dish with bacon then a whole deer loin, salt, pepper, garlic, olive oil, diced onions, mushrooms, and roasted green chillies. Cover with bacon and cook for about an hour and a half (I think), then add shrimp and cook for another half hour. It's even better the next day.


Man, I was right there (sounds really tasty) with ya till the infusion of the shrimp ;)

Potatoes can be substituted
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