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  • rudyglove27
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    Deer Steak!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Deer Steak!

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  • CPT BRAD
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    I don't care Just come over to MY house and cook it and I'll buy the beer!!!

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  • jlfreeborn
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    sorry for the double post...oops

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  • jlfreeborn
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    Deer steaks from any part of it. Rump, shoulders (kinda little, but still good), and especially tenderloin. Just get some teriyaki marinade and and soak those babies over night. Then, grill the steaks till they are medium-rare to medium (my opinion). Serve 'em up with some taters and you are set!!!

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  • jlfreeborn
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    Deer steaks from any part of it. Rump, shoulders (kinda little, but still good), and especially tenderloin. Just get some teriyaki marinade and and soak those babies over night. Then, grill the steaks till they are medium-rare to medium (my opinion). Serve 'em up with some taters and you are set!!!

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  • MLH
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    I am going home tonight to an elk roast that has been slow-cooking with root veggies since this morning. Yum ....

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  • MLH
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    Pretty much anything feather or fur, wrapped in bacon and pan-fried in butter. Best meal last season was fresh grouse, woodcock, and venison tenderloins all wrapped in bacon and cooked up in the same pan, with some country fries on the side. Sigh ... season is 6-months and counting.

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  • Golfing Sportsman
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    Stuffed game bird breasts. I remove the breasts from the bird and butterfly them, then i make up a bread onion stuffing, stuff the breasts and then wrap them in bacon using tooth pics to keep them closed and the bacon on. Then bake it all in the oven. Just before it comes out whip up a little white gravy and pour over the breasts. This is a very easy but incredibly good dish. Very rich and delicious.

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  • texasfirst
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    Quail done up like fried chicken.

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  • s-kfry
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    elk steaks on the grill with some seasoning (not much). This preserves the taste of the elk rather than burying it in sauce or other stuff.

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  • KingFisher907
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    Dall Sheep!
    get your hands on a nice dall sheep roast and cook it just like beef pot roast. MMMM MMMMM!

    I also love me some elk, moose is third...

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  • buckeye
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    Game, I like backstraps coated in a dry rub, Cabela's make some good ones, and grilled over some charcoal.
    Fish, I like yellow perch or Walleye fileted, cut the walleye into smaller chunks, coated and fried.

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  • kolbster
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    deer tenderloin, take and let the mead soak in water overnight, it will pull all the blood out of the meat, the put it in a Jack Daniel's marinade bag for at least 18 hours, then you can either put it on the grill. or what i like to do is to put it into a browning bag and put it in the oven for about 2 hours.

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  • Rory
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    anterope

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