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Unread 01-22-2021, 05:02 PM   #31
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Thanks, I have 3 Whitetail, and 3 Muleys in my freezer, always look'n for new recipes to mix things up. Yes, we eat a lot of venison.
We pretty much butcher ourselves . Iíll skin gut and cut up right after I kill them . But I cut the backstraps and tenderloin off bag them and put in my freezer . The rest I cut off the bone as the deer hangs from the gambrel . The boned out stuff I give to my gunsmith buddy to make burger . He usually grinds at the end of the season . But after making four pots of this stew I cut out four bags of the stuff heíd normally grind . This stew thing is looking like an excellent work saver all around
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Made Garthís crock pot stew two days ago . I add green beans and carrots in the mix . Also some coleslaw as well as cucumbers onions tomatoes in red wine vinegar and a dab of sweet relish .
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I made the crock pot venison stew again last night to bring into the shop today . And like in the last few times I added a can of green beans and a can of carrots . This time however I was in a hurry and grabbed two regular cans of corn from the cabinet instead of creamed corn . After I got finished I realized my mistake and thought it might not be to tastey . However some of them here seemed to like it better with regular corn as opposed to the creamed variety . Oh yes on a side note I used tenderloin the last couple times I made this stuff . Can't really say the tenderloin made the flavor any better but the meat did seem a tad more tender .
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I Dunno. Tenderloin should be done by itself. Why bury the flavor in a sauce?
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I Dunno. Tenderloin should be done by itself. Why bury the flavor in a sauce?
I use whats in the freezer and need to empty the freezer as i expect the first deeror two of this season will be killed this saturday .
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Made Garthís crock pot stew two days ago . I add green beans and carrots in the mix . Also some coleslaw as well as cucumbers onions tomatoes in red wine vinegar and a dab of sweet relish .
Craig, I like the direction youíre taking. A little bit like old fashioned Brunswick Stew but with a twist.
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Craig, I like the direction youíre taking. A little bit like old fashioned Brunswick Stew but with a twist.
Garth I do more by accident than actual planned . But I will say one crock pot full of the stew today was totally consumed by six of us
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I do not use the creamed corn but rather the regular corn and have done so for many years. However, I dont put tenderloins in a stew.... They are for grilling and slicing with an added sour cream and capper sauce to be added over the top by the consumer.

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When one each year has the backstraps and fish out of a dozen or more deer each year the special wears off a bit . Matter of fact thatís usually all the venison I keep at the house other then a couple pounds of ground . The rest of the deboned venison goes to my gunsmith buddy to grind up . If I killed two or three a year Iíd buy into that , but two or three to me is a good day .
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I made this hunters delight recipe again the other night. This time i added a little pepper and some beef stock to it. And some cornstarch slurry at the end to help thicken. Wow. Good.
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