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    Arrow Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Last night's linguini with whitetail meat balls and my homemade sauce, served with cheesy garlic toast and a good red:



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    So, She Who Rules suggested we've been engulfing a little too much pasta (is there such a thing?), and suffering from a lack of veggies of late.

    The answer: Stirred & Fried!

    Took a couple steaks from our free range farmed pig, and marinated them in a combination of Korean BarBee Sauce and Spicy Mesquite (these two flavors are excellent together!):



    Choppy Whacky a bunch of veggies:



    Slice & Dice the steaks:



    Stirred & fried:



    Then served over a bed of Basmati:



    It was great washed down with a wonderful Red.
    Likely Alberta Beef tonight methinks...

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    Yesterday was one of those rare ones that only come along every decade or so. For the past 12 or 13 years we have largely lived off of our Stainless Coleman Barbeque. And I nurtured it along, replacing grills and burners when required. But the frame had finally gotten close to fail time, so we set off to find it's replacement...

    Given the tremendous luck we had with the last Coleman, that's of course what we focused on. Their new version of the Stainless Model has everything we were looking for, and is capable of converting between propane & gas (we are on gas for heat, so will be hooking this up direct soon).

    So we spent the afternoon assembling the new Beast. To break it in, nothing less than a couple of well aged Alberta AAA Prime Rib Steaks would do! Only The Best my butcher buddy smiled as he handed them over. And without further adieu, the test run began:



    The Guests of Honor:





    Served up with a light spinach pasta, spare gooses and a fine red.



    The new BarBee performed flawlessly, and the meal was of course a hit!

    Suspect we'll be living high off the hog with this new addition for some time to come!



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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    That's a nice machine Matt, how much that set you back?
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    Cool Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Quote Originally Posted by wildcatter View Post
    That's a nice machine Matt, how much that set you back?
    On Sale, and with the Wife's discount, 6 bills all in.
    If it lasts half as long as our last one did, I will consider that a fine deal!

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    That sounds good, sometime down the road I have to get one.
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    Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth –Sherlock Holmes
    "Lots of critters to still shoot. And there'll be no quitters until we bag some critters" - 180grainer

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    Quote Originally Posted by warnniklz View Post
    Your meat fork is bad ass!
    Thanks. One of my Stateside Cousins made it for me.
    Elk & Mulie antlers with bull hide spacers and a stainless prong.
    Use it damn near every day now.

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