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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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The rewards of hunting

Deer sausage for breakfast and deer burgers for lunch. It just doesn't get any better than this........All those days in the field paying off.

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 06:11 PM
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what, no backstraps for dinner?

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Are you have them at your place....I am still hungry....

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How about some venison stroganoff right now, bought in a sampler tray of smoked sausage, ring bologna, summer sausage, sweet bologna and a variety of snack sticks and cheese for the guys at work today. Earlier this week I enjoyed some venison cheese steaks and I will finish the week off with a loin roast. For the Giants game Sunday i will be trying the backstrap popper reciepe posted in the wild game forum along with some regular "back strap jalapeno popper bites. Definately the rewards of hunting!
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Plus, it was WAY more fun procuring meat in the woods than from the grocery store.

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post #7 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 08:02 PM
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Thanks for the post. I now have a plan for tomorrow's dinner - elk steak salad!

Elk sirloin tips with lettuce, cukes, tomato, croutons and a sliced hard boiled egg topped off with french fries and Ranch dressing. If I could get a bottle of Straub Dark beer out here, it would be perfect.
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Thanks for the post. I now have a plan for tomorrow's dinner - elk steak salad!

Elk sirloin tips with lettuce, cukes, tomato, croutons and a sliced hard boiled egg topped off with french fries and Ranch dressing. If I could get a bottle of Straub Dark beer out here, it would be perfect.
You send me some elk steak Ill send you some Straub Dark

Win, Win!!!
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mathewsarcher:

LOL. I would do that in a heartbeat but I don't think we could pull off that swap in a practical manner!

Last year I didn't have any whitetail meat and I really missed it. Whitetail backstraps and wild button mushrooms from PA - that is good stuff right there.
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To me one of the biggest rewards of hunting is getting meat to eat that isn't shot(or fed) full of chemicals. I butcher my own kills for much the same reason, bad experiences with taking game to other butchers to process.
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