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BamabobBamabob Posts: 246
edited 7:55PM in EggHead Forum
Maybe I've been seein' thangs,but cuda swore I saw some venison ideas here on forum not so long ago.Can't find hide ner hair of any now ,went through most of archives,cant find nothin'.I usually print out all stuff I think I'll cook,didn't know I was gonna be up to my ears in raindeer,Ala.is having a shoot anything part of hunting season,some of my bloodthirsty friends is waylayin' Rudolph and Blitzen lookalikes,anyhow I need some good hind quarter recipes,also plan on trying to make some deer jerky,it looks good on TV when the indians made it! Thanks for any help,Hope this don't slow SANTA'S sleigh down too much. Bob (PS. I didn't see how the venison roast at EGGFEST was prepaired,it looked good.)

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  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Bamabob,
    try this site below. It may take you to duck recipes but just click on vension on the left hand side.

    [ul][li]"Just Game" A collection of game recipes[/ul]
  • BamabobBamabob Posts: 246
    Wise One,
    Thanks, looks like a great site.If I can't find something there,better turn in EGG! I'll post results of whatever I try. Bob

  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    Bamabob,[p]The venison served at Eggtoberfest was quite good. Unfortunately, I do not know which cut was cooked nor the prep and cooking method. I do hope it will be posted.[p]Here are a few more recipes for venison.[p]Spin

    [ul][li]Venison Recipes[/ul]
  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Bamabob, and just in case you are a quick reader, here is another one.

    [ul][li]Southern Foods - Venison[/ul]
  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    Wise One,[p]Although we fell short on an tried and true Egg recipe, I do think we more than made up for it in the possibilites for what may be the next tried and true Egged venison recipe :-). After all, the fun is in the experimenting.[p]Hey Bob, please share the results (to far away for a taste).[p]Spin[p]

  • Mr BeerMr Beer Posts: 121
    Bamabob,
    Check out the following link for venison recipes. If you don't see anything tempting let me know - I have a couple more venison recipe site url's somewhere in my archives.[p]Mr Beer

    [ul][li]Venison recipes[/ul]
  • BamabobBamabob Posts: 246
    Mr Beer,
    Thanks to ALL you folks that sent me recipes and sites,you're GREAT! Got so many good things to try gotta go out lookin fer some fresh roadkill.Have to beat dogs to the fresh uns.First gotta go take them little deer warning whistles offen my front bumper,cant get no meat with them things howlin'.I'll post results (if I have any worth reportin'). Bob

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Bamabob,
    post the results even if they don't turn out. Part of learning from experience is knowing what NOT to do as well as knowing what to do. Besides, one man's trash is another man's treasure. You might not like it but it may sound tempting to me. (BTW, if you get our early, just before daybreak, you can beat the dogs to the best roadkill.) Good cooking to ya.

  • Bamabob,[p]Go on over to Randy's site. He has several good recipes. Besides, he has a very nice site, well worth your time.[p]It's at: www.randyq.addr.com[p]Enjoy[p]Pete
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