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TF- lol,  I was pretty hungry, and I prefer cold turkey, and ham over reheating it....

Didn't seem worth reheating the mac n cheese at that point.  

Still waiting for you to post up potato soup.

 

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Just polished off a plate of venison meatballs and mash.

Glorious 

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Salmon
Rice
Cauliflower

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Just polished off a plate of venison meatballs and mash.
Glorious 

Recipe please...my venison meatballs never are very good-not sure if it’s because I am trying to recreate and expecting the traditional “meatball with spaghetti” meatball and it’s not possible with venison... curious what you do


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1 hour ago, crappyice said:


Recipe please...my venison meatballs never are very good-not sure if it’s because I am trying to recreate and expecting the traditional “meatball with spaghetti” meatball and it’s not possible with venison... curious what you do


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I'll ask the wife 


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Chicken ceaser salad with red onion , Parmesan cheese and anchovies. Curried butternut squash soup ( amazing !). Mexican hot chocolate cookies. 0b902511a0a4c7458d42c74a67459873.jpg7b3f59e5f759f473320c066bcb24a741.jpg


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This is the video I found most helpful when butchering the hind quarter - this guy does a nice job naming all the part




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I watched this for fun, as someone with formal training this video is great anyone looking to learn to process their own should try and find more from this guy


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Veal Goulash and Ukrainian Beets and Horseradish salad at Veselka. Good but my trip to Budapest has ruined Goulashes for me every where. None will be as good.


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Veal Goulash and Ukrainian Beets and Horseradish salad at Veselka. Good but my trip to Budapest has ruined Goulashes for me every where. None will be as good.


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I’m sure it’s good, but something about soupy stuff makes me cringe.


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Boneless chicken breasts diced , covered with a light coffee rub , sprinkle of shredded taco cheese , Bearman growling grizzly bbq sauce , dash of mighty taco sauce and some thwaps of sour cream. 3 plates , one for each of us. 1748087bc3fdcee0b5022845d54bdae0.jpg


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2 hours ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

 

 


I’m sure it’s good, but something about soupy stuff makes me cringe.


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If you close the door on soupy stuff, you're closing the door on a beautiful world.

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5 minutes ago, Bionic said:

No one ate dinner tonight!

 

I had teriyaki chicken,  and broccorrri

Bacon sammiches on toast with mayo. Not particularly exciting. and they tend to be a bit camera shy 

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4 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Bacon sammiches on toast with mayo. Not particularly exciting. and they tend to be a bit camera shy 

Nom's.

 

Don't mind me, this is my favorite thread, need to keep attention to it.

 

Try that tater soup yet feathers?

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4 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Tater soup is on the to do list. 

Scoot it up a few notches on the list, you won't regret it 

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I had backstraps on the grill last night. Phenomenal but forgot to take pic!


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Been eating like a hog/horse tonight fasting blood work at 10 am Thursday so trying to store some calories.The worst will be no coffee in the morning.Had potpies/leftover  salad some grilled chicken with rice now trying to make one more sandwich of ham pepperoni and cheese 

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8 hours ago, Bionic said:

Scoot it up a few notches on the list, you won't regret it 

I just got stuff to make a potato and venison sausage chowder.  I am off Th-Sun next week for muzzleloader and it looks to be cold so cant beat a good soup/stew.  It also works good with keilbasa. 

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Thanks to the kid. I’m eating a venison cubesteak sammich. Black pepper and some shaved gruyere cheese. 170259468a35879df119641a22c45fda.jpg


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8 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Thanks to the kid. I’m eating a venison cubesteak sammich. Black pepper and some shaved gruyere cheese. 170259468a35879df119641a22c45fda.jpg


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Looks good nice afternoon snack

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Not for dinner but for an all-day sit on Saturday for my partner and me- potatoes, onions and eggs(bakers dozen!)- drizzle of white truffle oil and a sprinkle of pecorino Romano - slap that on some crusty bread with some Franks or hot cherry peppers and it’s good for breakfast lunch and dinner!

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12 minutes ago, crappyice said:

Not for dinner but for an all-day sit on Saturday for my partner and me- potatoes, onions and eggs(bakers dozen!)- drizzle of white truffle oil and a sprinkle of pecorino Romano - slap that on some crusty bread with some Franks or hot cherry peppers and it’s good for breakfast lunch and dinner!

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Is that as simple as it sounds to put together,  judging by the ingredients? 

I would love to make that.

Pan fry homefries first, with onions, then add the 12 eggs, and it ends up filling the frying pan?

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