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Venison stew with cornbread biscuits tonight.

Stew has been in the crockpot all day while I was working. Biscuits are just about ready for a late dinner.

I should have picked some berries for dessert. Epic fail on my part.

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Got out of work late so when I called home the kids were starving. Thank goodness for Mickey D's on the way home. Choked down a Big heart attack and some fries. Your dinner sounds much better and certainly more healthy. Enjoy.

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I've got a couple of them, and they get used a lot. Great for slow-cooking roasts and tenderloins too.


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I just had leftovers .... Left over venison chili, left over pasta in sauce, left over roasted lamb. All tasted better the next day.


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I'm going to have to gag down some fresh walleye filets..

 

Had a good morning on the river yesterday morning...

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Skirt steak, chicken cutlets, venison burgers, kale salad and homemade wine... Yum!

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The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

 

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Broke down and bought some chicken breasts today. On sale at Tops for $1.29/lb and I couldn't turn it down.

Diced potatoes and carrots in foil alongside the chix on the Weber with some apple-wood chunks in with the charcoal.

Arghh, I ate too much!

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Skirt steak, chicken cutlets, venison burgers, kale salad and homemade wine... Yum!

What is skirt steak?? I would guess…….uuuuuummmm… never mind,,,,, just tell me what skirt steak is. Never heard that before.

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Lol! Its steak cut from the diaphragm muscle you dirty old man you!! Lol!

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The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

 

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With the warm/hot heat didnt feel like much today so I just had myself some good ole BLT's yummy they were\

 

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Much to my surprise I walk in my house and I find my daughter cooking dinner. she made Turkey cutlets with tarragon sauce, tambuli and a garden salad. Can't wait to eat it. And a bottle of Malbec and I'm good to go!!

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The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

 

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Leftover chicken again for me. No complaints though. The chunks of apple wood in the Weber really put that grilled chix right over the top! Having it sit in the fridge for a couple of days just made it better.

Keep up the posts folks. I'm always looking for tasty ideas.

I want to try a grilled/smoked venison meatloaf. Any thoughts?


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Top round Lodon broil in ovenbag with potatoes carrots onions 1/2cup red wine and a garden salad yum

 

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Awww, that sounds great!

I got leftovers again.

 

The grilled venison meatloaf experiment turned into burgers this time. Daylight and patience fading....

Typical recipe for meatloaf: crumbs, an egg, a little worst sauce, season to taste. Make patties instead.

Not the worst burger I've ever had.

 

Now, that London broil thing...Need a way to do that on the grill...


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Awww, that sounds great!

I got leftovers again.

 

The grilled venison meatloaf experiment turned into burgers this time. Daylight and patience fading....

Typical recipe for meatloaf: crumbs, an egg, a little worst sauce, season to taste. Make patties instead.

Not the worst burger I've ever had.

 

Now, that London broil thing...Need a way to do that on the grill...

this can be done useing alum foil

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Marinated and grilled tenderloin. Trying the get the freezer thinned out!  B)

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We had company last night so tonight we are having a more informal meal.... grilled Hoffman hotdogs with our home made (and grown) sweet German red cabbage and home grown broccoli.  Its been a great year for broccoli and cabbage.  For desert we will have hand picked red raspberries from my neighbor and vanilla ice cream!    A good evening to all.

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Meatloaf, smashed potatoes, zucchini and a couple gin & tonics........... :good:

 

 

Wife is working until about 8 I think, daughter till 10:15.   

 

I steamed the zucchini with some onions and Italian seasoning earlier this morning in anticipation of a killer meal!  I'll start the meatloaf shortly then the taters.

 

We'll be eating in shifts, unfortunately but necessarily. :(  

 

 

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Grilled up some Elk steaks my FIL gave me. I took them camping to cook over the fire but never did so on the grill they went. Low heat, red in the middle. Little salt and pepper. They were good. Had them as leftovers in my spaghetti and wow was that even tastier.

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Venison Steaks, with garden grown pole beans and broccoli and a little chianti.  I switched my pole beans from Kentucky Wonder to Fortex two seasons ago.  The are the best green bean I have ever grown in terms of taste, size (up 11 inches long) and stay tender if you forget to pick them.  Photo below.

 

 

 

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Pork tenderloin, dry rubbed with apple jalapeno jelly on the smoker, corn fritters with some syrup, and the onion, butter and beef bullion wrapped in foil off the grill. A couple of Sierra Nevadas complilation assortment beers from Beer Camp

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Chicken Parm

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"The sportsman lives his life vicariously. For he secretly yearns to have lived before, in a simpler time. A time when his love for the land, water, fish and wildlife would be more than just part of his life. It would be his state of mind."

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