Let's Eat!!!

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  1. 4DABUCKS

    4DABUCKS Well-Known Member

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    Good gravy that looks good!
     
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  3. Jmac0501

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    We've started buying a whole prime rib and sectioning it up into 5lb chunks and freezing it. Smoked prime rib is WAY good!
     
  4. JNRBRONC

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    Cider time with the family today, just shy of 9 gallons.
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  5. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    Venison Backstrap Chili

    Two large pans of chili slow cooked and smoked on the pellet grill and frozen until deer camp time.

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  6. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    Tree Stand Snack

    The Mrs got this recipe from a coworker and when she made it I thought wow this will make a great snack while sitting in the tree stand.
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    3 cups minuet Oatmeal
    1 jar 16 oz natural peanut butter (Smuckers)
    One cup chocolate chips
    One cup bits of brittle ( Heath)
    4 oz honey
    Prep time:20 minuets

    Plus no baking is required so mix the first three ingredients then add the PB and then drizzle on the honey. Use a heavy cookie spoon when mixing. You can add more ingredients if you like but these amounts work very well and gives it a nice consistency.
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    Once mixed form into round balls then they can be placed in a container to freeze.
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    Then you can grab them on the way when you’re headed to the tree stand. They are healthy and help fight the hunger pains while hunting or anytime.
    Give them a try I think you’ll like them.


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  7. muddy

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    Ishi, may I come hunt with you?
     
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    My wife makes those substituting flax seed for Heath if you want to go a little heathier.
     
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  9. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    I don’t want to go that healthy :D

    If you have a portable hang on and aren’t afraid to make a long walk packing in and like to hunt all day and don’t have loose lips send a PM. We can discuss on a day or two:) October 31 and maybe November 1
     
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    I could do all of those cept the dates, wife will be in Mexico for her birthday. Dang, was looking forward to some good eats.
     
  11. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    I meet up with msauer933 a few weeks ago and I told him I would bring him some homemade Bacon, BBB, and Canadian Bacon. When we meet up he brought some goodies from Edgewood lockers.
    One item was Deer Bacon so tonight after getting everything outside winterized before the 3 week rutcation I grilled some burgers and Deer Bacon.
    This stuff is really good and I found some recipes online for this treat that will be tried in the future.
    I’m envious of you guys that live in NE Iowa. Thanks Matt
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    Another Hank Shaw recipe from Buck, Buck, Moose.
    Osso Bucco with risotto Milanese.
    I'll never take the time to debone another shank.
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    I've eyeballed that recipie for 2 years but never tried it. Do you tie up the shanks with string or just leave em alone so they fall apart?
     
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    I don't tie them. I've toyed with it, but they don't fall apart bad enough that I've decided I need to take the time.
    Younger deer definitely have a tendency to fall apart quicker. I ran this one for 4 hours, it's my buck from this weekend. No older than 3.5 years.
    I have done this with a younger deer and it was fork tender in 3 hours.

    The risotto takes longer than anything. Plain old white rice would work as well, and probably what I'll do next time. Some good dense bread would be good with this as well.
     
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    That looks delicious. I just ordered the cookbook!
     
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    You won't regret it!


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  17. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    Time to get the turkey in the brine for Thanksgiving dinner.
    This Briner tub works great for curing and brining with the adjustable locking inner lid to keep the meat submerged.
    It will brine for 14 hours and at 4:00 am I’ll take it out dry the bird off and place in the fridge to dry.
    The roast will start at 7:00 am. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it. More after the cook.
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    The turkey turned out very well. It actually got done quicker than I thought it would. When I probed the bird it was up to 178 degrees.... OH!! crap I dried it out so I thought. Let it rest for 30 minutes before carving and it was very juicy and not dry at all.
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    The Mrs knocked it out of the park again.
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  19. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    Christmas is close so get the Prime Rib bought. I bought mine last night at Fareway for 7.99$ lb if I bought the whole loin. It was only a two day special.
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    Here is my cooking schedule and it’s time tested. Season the loin however you like or leave it plain and let the beef flavor do it’s thing.
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    More on the cooking schedule on page 6 in this thread.


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  20. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    I’m asking again for some help on where to eat in the Omaha, Council Bluffs area. The Mrs and I are headed there next week.
    Going to a concert and will be in the old Omaha downtown area so a place or places in that area would be appreciated.
     
  21. JNRBRONC

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    Kicked around the warehouse district last May but nothing really stood out as we were looking for craft beer and maybe a burger. Didn’t try any of the fancier restaurants. Sorry. Let me know if you find something decent, we might go back this May.


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