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Old 12-18-2011, 05:55 PM
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Just broiled some of my 3x2 mule deer back straps, marinated in pepper garlic for about 30 minutes!!! all i can say is MMMMMMMMM, MMMMM, good!shot the buck back in the middle of November..
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:23 PM
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Sounds delicious!!!

I made some whitetail in red wine and onions, last night... it was really good, as well!
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:33 PM
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Mc Cormick, grill masters pepper corn & garlic. great on pork also lol. try it out!
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:44 PM
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YUMMY!
Backstraps (Chops) are my most favorite part of the deer, there only eaten by a select few and washed down with a real fine beverage.
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Breechplug View Post
YUMMY!
Backstraps (Chops) are my most favorite part of the deer, there only eaten by a select few and washed down with a real fine beverage.
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Would that beverage be beer? also had a salad with it
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted by builder459 View Post
Would that beverage be beer? also had a salad with it
Sometimes it's beer, but from Canada, the real Beer that they dont sell in the states. There's nothing like real beer from Canada. Im about 45 miles from the Canadian Border and go there for Duty Free Booze, it's a great deal.
Now most of the time when I have this Favorite Beverage from Canada with my Chops it's for Medicinal Pourposes Only, the Crown Royal or Molson XXX is only consumed to aid in the comfort of my 49 year old aching muscles from dragging out the brute, and a little bit of clebration too.
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Breechplug View Post
Sometimes it's beer, but from Canada, the real Beer that they dont sell in the states. There's nothing like real beer from Canada. Im about 45 miles from the Canadian Border and go there for Duty Free Booze, it's a great deal.
Now most of the time when I have this Favorite Beverage from Canada with my Chops it's for Medicinal Pourposes Only, the Crown Royal or Molson XXX is only consumed to aid in the comfort of my 49 year old aching muscles from dragging out the brute, and a little bit of clebration too.
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Amen!!!My 53 yr old body likes a Corona and Jack, after a tough day in the field lol..i don't drink American beer either!!!! forgot how old i was!

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Old 12-19-2011, 03:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Breechplug View Post
Sometimes it's beer, but from Canada, the real Beer that they dont sell in the states. There's nothing like real beer from Canada. Im about 45 miles from the Canadian Border and go there for Duty Free Booze, it's a great deal.
Now most of the time when I have this Favorite Beverage from Canada with my Chops it's for Medicinal Pourposes Only, the Crown Royal or Molson XXX is only consumed to aid in the comfort of my 49 year old aching muscles from dragging out the brute, and a little bit of clebration too.
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Now we're talking, someone who appreciates real beer! I do prefer red wine with my venison though.
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Old 12-19-2011, 10:47 AM
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That's why I love this forum, There are so many people like me out there. The inside tenders are mine....I have said that for years, I feel I did the draggin' and thats the reward. Lately though since its just my Wife and I anymore we make a heck of a meal out of them. And Breechplug check this out since we are practically neighbors premier wines in buffalo sells Crown Royal Cask 16 for around 40 bucks this time of year. That's $170 bottle of whiskey for 40 bucks. After it's all done and I mean ALL done (guns cleaned and put away) there is nothing smoother to warm me old bones. Doug.
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Old 12-19-2011, 10:55 AM
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Back straps cooked in onion soup in a crock pot, mashed potatoes, kernel corn and hot coffee with a splash of half and half... ( I don't drink alcohol but am addicted to expensive quality coffee). Nothing better in the world.

That sounds like a great meal you had there. I've no venison but I did pick up six nice big black Angus T bone steaks at the grocery store today. Maybe its time to fire the grill up again, with some grilled whole potatoes and sour cream in them...
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