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  1. #621
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    Cool Re: Wild game Dinners

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVNNhzkJ-UU&feature=related

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    Thumbs up Re: Wild game Dinners

    Back to Beef! REAL Beef that is!

    Yep, that is a full sized platter that Porterhouse is sitting on:



    Quick & Dirty BarBee sear:



    Perfection:



    Served up with Cheddar Chipotle Pasta, a Greek Salad (of sorts) and a magnificent Merlot:



    Fit for a King I tell you!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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  3. #623
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    Thumbs up Re: Wild game Dinners

    Another Gathering of the Port Alberni Diner's Club last night.
    My turn to cook.
    A good Buddy had recently sent me an interesting recipe - something new to do with salmon which for me these days is quite rare.

    It involved creating a sauce of olive oil, butter, lemon pepper and chopped fresh garlic.
    Let simmer a spell to let the flavors infuse the butter & oil.
    Then toss in a handful of mushrooms and red peppers just long enough to soften them some.
    Pull the veggies and keep warm (wrapped in foil in this case).

    Prep the salmon by giving the meat side a quick egg wash, then top with Panko.

    Prep the BarBee by heating it up.
    Once at medium high, toss a Cookina sheet on the lower rack, and smear generously with the oil / butter sauce.

    Place the fish (fat fall coho in this case) panko side down and brown (2 - 3 minutes).
    Flip the fish, and pour a generous amount of heavy Maple Syrup over all of it.
    Allow the syrup to bubble and caramelize.

    Remove from the heat, toss the warm veggies on top, and pour the last of the butter / oil sauce over it all.

    As is the case with all fish, do not overcook!!

    This turned out to be a real hit at last night's dinner party:



    Served up with mixed veggies & pine nuts in a very nice sauce, wild rice and mushrooms and fresh homemade bread:



    And as none of us really are into white wine, a most excellent Merlot of accompany.

    Another Fine Feast!
    I will be using that recipe again!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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