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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    Quote Originally Posted by 27hand View Post

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    A few guys posted pics of their prepared game.

    Give it to us.
    I'll play...this was dinner last night.





    The tenderloin wrapped in bacon after sitting all day in Worcestershire sauce and some liquid aminos was fantastic.
    The other loin was in Italian dressing and was cooked like a flank steak on the cast iron griddle.
    I don't normally drink beer but the Mad Elf is pretty damn good.

    Don't mind the fine china.

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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    Quote Originally Posted by P89 View Post
    I'll play...this was dinner last night.

    The tenderloin wrapped in bacon after sitting all day in Worcestershire sauce and some liquid aminos was fantastic.
    The other loin was in Italian dressing and was cooked like a flank steak on the cast iron griddle.
    I don't normally drink beer but the Mad Elf is pretty damn good.

    Don't mind the fine china.
    That Mad Elf is wicked. It will put you away, but is a good fit for venison. What liquid aminos do you use? Many years ago, my mom found out about soaking the venison in milk (might be buttermilk) both tenderizes due to the lactic acid and adds moisture. Works very well on thick cuts like roasts etc.+
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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    We use Bragg liquid aminos. My grandmother used to put venison or liver in buttermilk overnight to tender it up.
    After about four Mad elves I decided I better quit or I wasn't making it to work today, they went down entirely too smooth.

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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    Quote Originally Posted by P89 View Post
    I'll play...this was dinner last night.





    The tenderloin wrapped in bacon after sitting all day in Worcestershire sauce and some liquid aminos was fantastic.
    The other loin was in Italian dressing and was cooked like a flank steak on the cast iron griddle.
    I don't normally drink beer but the Mad Elf is pretty damn good.

    Don't mind the fine china.
    Oh. Man. That looks good.
    Now my mouth is watering.
    Wrapped in bacon.
    Note to self. Do it.
    The pipe never wins. I always win.

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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    Looks like I need to make some venison meatloaf with bacon bits. Shame that my wife doesn’t enjoy Bambi.

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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    I noticed the troegs beer. If you like to cook, here is a great easy recipe from blue moon brewing.
    It revolves around a red ale. I substituted for an IPA (awesome) and I tried a 8hop ale (not good).
    Use your deer meat in place of the store bought meat.



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    Default Re: Shot it, Caught it. Now cook it with pics

    I made this pepper & garlic with swiss deer bologna on Sunday.
    The weather made getting the smoker up to temp a challenge so after about 3 hours I finished it in the oven.

    I made (9) 3lb sticks, some without cheese. Vacuum sealed and froze the rest.

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