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Deer Pho!

Old 11-10-2016, 09:04 AM
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Default Deer Pho!

I made this soup with elk the first time I tried to recipe, but I have also done it with deer and pronghorn. It is great with all different kinds of meat. I made my own bone broth the last time, and that was fantastic!
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Old 07-21-2017, 07:48 AM
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Love the blog 12guagegirl! Very well done, and I love how the recipes aren't your run of the mill "best ever bacon-wrapped backstraps". Definitely bookmarking. I saw your eggs Benedict recipe - I found that a venison eye of round is the perfect size for Eggs Benedict, and it's like a mini backstrap. Once again, great work!
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Old 09-24-2017, 11:25 PM
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Pho is my favorite item at the Thai/Lao restaurant I patronize in Montgomery, AL-Green Papaya! I have made it at home once, it is delicious, used a beef roast and bones. As to the diction issue-I was in the hospital recently and had a nurse from Laos caring for me. Having spent 4 years in Thailand, visited Laos as few times, food was a common topic. Best phonetic pronunciation I can add to PHO from an ethnic speaker is Fuh- like we say Duh! as in Dumbass :-) you should have known better! Bookmarked the blog!!
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