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    BarBee Seared Yelloweye Snapper:



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

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    well i had a great weekend. no bears down, but good fishing and the best part: morel mushrooms. Now i've heard all about them, really have been interested in wild mushrooms, but never really stumbled into any i felt comfortable picking. hit the jackpot with a holy sh!t moment seeing these on the ground around the lake. pure bliss running around picking them.

    glad they taste amazing too, since i had never had any previous and picked a couple pounds!

    so, a natural pairing: trout and morel tacos, from the same lake. i deep fried both. half of the mushrooms i just coated in flour, the other i did a flour/egg wash/flour for some extra breading. panko on the fish.






    not pictured, but for Father's Day at my in-laws they had all the kids and grandkids over to make their "famous" waffles. the traditional topping is mushroom soup and some syrup. apparently it came from the depression era, when cream was much more of a luxury. any one else's family ever do that? (i know about weird toppings, my family is Dutch, so white rice + butter + brown sugar or maple syrup is a staple). regardless of the origin, i fried up some morels to add into the soup, and it was delicious alongside the smoked trout. a very savoury waffle experience.

    i've since dehydrated all of the remainder morels for future cooking adventures and enjoyment. my wife really likes ramen, so stay tuned for adding morels that.

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Quote Originally Posted by IronNoggin View Post
    BarBee Seared Yelloweye Snapper:


    the silk road is definitely the place to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by upperleftcoaster View Post
    well i had a great weekend. no bears down, but good fishing and the best part: morel mushrooms. Now i've heard all about them, really have been interested in wild mushrooms, but never really stumbled into any i felt comfortable picking. hit the jackpot with a holy sh!t moment seeing these on the ground around the lake. pure bliss running around picking them.

    glad they taste amazing too, since i had never had any previous and picked a couple pounds!

    so, a natural pairing: trout and morel tacos, from the same lake. i deep fried both. half of the mushrooms i just coated in flour, the other i did a flour/egg wash/flour for some extra breading. panko on the fish...
    Man! That looks AWESOME!!!

    And firmly agree regarding the Silk Road spices!!
    I find them to be Most Excellent!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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