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I helped do two this past year for Hunting and Fishing day at Middlecreek. We sprayed them with a mixture of oil, vinegar, salt, onion powder and garlic powder while they were roasting. They were delicious. We also do one for our Issac Walton League Youth Pheasant hunt and the kids and parents love it.
 

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Many years ago we did one stuffed with potato filling. We wrapped it with chicken wire so it wouldn't twist in half and sewed up the body cavity with wire. The roaster we are using now has rods that run the length of the spit all around the deer or hog to prevent twisting.
 

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John S said:
I helped do two this past year for Hunting and Fishing day at Middlecreek. We sprayed them with a mixture of oil, vinegar, salt, onion powder and garlic powder while they were roasting. They were delicious. We also do one for our Issac Walton League Youth Pheasant hunt and the kids and parents love it.
IT WAS DARNED GOOD!

I was worried anything that John cooked might not be so good.
 

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I've seen a crew that takes a deer and removes front legs & hind quarters and takes a sawsall to the lower half of the ribs. Then they take bacon and italian dressing and cover the neck and backstraps and stick it in a horozontal smoker grill for the day...it gets picked cleaned every time!
 
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