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  1. #21
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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Man those dishes look wicked!! Another year of tag soup for this guy..... Well done fellas!

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Good lord I am HUNGRY now!!!! Great looking dishes all.
    Oh to ride the wind, to tread the air above the din
    Oh to laugh aloud, dancing as we fought the crowd

  3. #23
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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    i am amazed/dumbfounded/stupified that I reached the age of 58 and only just learned (and made/ate) venison shanks (aka osso buco)

    usually these sinewy bony morsels were thrown in the ground pile

    never, ever again

    no pictures, just a heads up - if you haven't made them before you are missing out one of the best vension meals........ period, full stop

    here is the recipe I used, yet the interweb is full of them

    https://www.grandviewoutdoors.com/wi...o-buco-recipe/

    I'm still deer-less this year..........yet hoping for a little late season whitetail love

    chris

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    My wild game breakfeast today..hopefully in another 4 years Ill get to indulge in some more fine sockeye sashimi!

    https://imgur.com/a/WQqGitvhttps://imgur.com/a/WQqGitv
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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Moose Stir Fry

    "If you ever go into the bush, there are grizzly bears lurking behind just about every bush, waiting to pounce, so you need a powerful gun, with huge bullets" - Gatehouse ~ 2004


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    Moose Nachos

    "If you ever go into the bush, there are grizzly bears lurking behind just about every bush, waiting to pounce, so you need a powerful gun, with huge bullets" - Gatehouse ~ 2004


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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019




    Elk, 2 types of mushroom and asparagus, roasted garlic cream sauce pasta
    "The 375 H&H was made obsolete the day the 375 Ruger was introduced"

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    My Mentor-Roland- said to me “if you have excellent ingredients, cook them simply but perfectly, then put it on a plate.” There is nothing more perfect than free range organic moose rump steak .....
    "The 375 H&H was made obsolete the day the 375 Ruger was introduced"

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post
    Favourite wine accompaniment with game dishes?

    Coors light.

    Brad

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    Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Checking a few of the photos already posted, I'm likely not worthy, but what the hey.... 2 pals & I were fortunate to harvest a moose this year on a shared LEH. Daughter & son in law have done up a roast I gave them, but no photos. I've been working mostly with ground moose meat, saving the better cuts for special occasions.... which have not happened quite yet.

    Pasta sauce made with ground moose.


    Plated, topped with freshly grated Parm


    Not dinner, rather lunch, but wild game is the theme. Reminiscent of my time spent in Germany, the moose liver was put to good use by my daughter making liverwurst. Et voila, a truly international lunch enjoyed today. Local Black Forest rye bread, lightly toasted, spread with
    Pfälzer Leberwurst, a good helping of Dijon moutarde accompanied by Florida OJ. Should have topped with parsley from my garden, but thought about it too late.


    Another pack of ground moose is defrosted for BBQ Bullwinkle Burgers this evening.

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