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.....What's for supper?

How about some venison fillet grilled over whole lump charcol (to absolute perfection) and wild rice?


 

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My daughter, SIL, and grandson were over today for dinner. I threw 2 of my last 3 backstraps on the grill. They were just a smidgen more done that yours, but still red in the middle and some blood on the plate.

They sat overnight in a mixture of red wine, worchestire sauce, browning sauce, black pepper, and garlic salt. Just before I put them on the grill I brushed them all over with EVOO. Heated the grill to 700 degrees using the sear burner and seared both sides for two minutes each (seals in the juices). Then cooked them on a lower heat for 12 minutes.

Though these are from October, today's results looked the same...

 

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RonM said:
Bucket you dont ever serve good venison on paper plates,have you no manners....

They're his Special Sunday Paper Plates. (notice the fine art work on them) He'll go back to the regular everyday paper plates tomorrow.
 

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GIE said:
They sat overnight in a mixture of red wine, worchestire sauce, browning sauce, black pepper, and garlic salt.

I use a mixture of colony sauce, garlic powder, wild leek powder, and adobo. I bet that deer you cooked was killed with a crossbow. Couldn't honor it when you killed it, and couldn't honor it when you grilled it. Propane? Really? Heathan!
 

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Buckethead said:
GIE said:
They sat overnight in a mixture of red wine, worchestire sauce, browning sauce, black pepper, and garlic salt.

I use a mixture of colony sauce, garlic powder, wild leek powder, and adobo. I bet that deer you cooked was killed with a crossbow. Couldn't honor it when you killed it, and couldn't honor it when you grilled it. Propane? Really? Heathan!
GIE???
 

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GIE said:
Buckethead said:
Propane? Really? Heathan!
That's natural gas pal.


You should be familiar with natural gas.
I heard the Marcellus Shale was up your way. Rumor has it they wanna frack your crack.
What does that even mean? You're obviously high. That's what you get for cooking heathan killed meat on heathan "natural gas". Fumes went righ to your head.
 
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