Let's Eat!!!

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    Deep South Bowhunter New Member

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    Crab stew
     

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    I have a whole bunch more but all my photo files are to big...‍♂️
     
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    Use tapatalk. And with photos like the crab stew one you will need to post the recipe!
     
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    Crawfish Etouffee over Ribeye Steak IMG_3065.jpg IMG_3064.jpg


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  6. Ishi

    Ishi Hang & Hunt Enthusiast

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    Hot Dogs and Summer

    My oldest has been living in the Buffalo/ Rochester NY area the last six years but now he’s a Iowan again. He’s living with us till the rest of the family comes late this summer.
    While visiting them we were introduced to these Hot Dogs made by Sahlen Packaging Co.

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    These dogs are a regional Buffalo area treat for the last 150 years. They have Natural Casing which gives them a POP when taking a bite. Great flavor and so much better than store bought so called hot dogs.
    He’s back in NY for the weekend so I gave him my cooler and a pocket full of cash and said filler up with hot dogs.
    I really don’t want to visit NY again anytime soon but after they are gone a road trip might be in order....so Goatman.... you ready for a road trip next year?!? I can pick you up on the way:)
    Toasted buns, veggies with cheese sauce with homemade pineapple salsa OH my so good....

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  7. goatman

    goatman I hunt days ending in Y

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    That would be a trip but I can find no sign east of the Mississippi.To many people. My travels are western bound. Those dogs look great though. But you could make bologna look great.
     
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    Save yourself some travel and get some Edgewood Locker hot dogs. Got a pile of them made out of my deer for grilling out for the kiddos. Blow store bought dogs out of the water for sure.
     
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    Shrimp Jambalaya
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    Now that looks good! We’ve made Shrimp Jambalaya with the store bought stuff but if this is a homemade Cajun dish please post the recipe for us northerners :)
     
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    Or maybe when he comes up to hunt we have a cookout at Ishis and he brings the cajun food
     
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    We can sure do that !!....:)
     
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    I tell ya what tonight is my last night shift and maybe i'll cook one this week while i'm off and take pictures as i go so i can explain it better. I have all the pictures of the steps for making a Crawfish or shrimp etouffee and will share that in my next post.
     
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    Canadian Bacon Two Ways

    Half of the pork loin was dry cured for 8 days just like the Dried Venison.
    1 TBS of Tender Quick per lb of meat.
    1 TBS Brown Sugar per pound of meat. The loin was split down the middle so the cure would penetrate.

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    The second half was wet cured (brined) with the recipe used above on the cured wild turkey breast post.
    The loin was injected and sat in the brine 14 days. Sorry no pics of that.
    Sliced up and sealed for pizzas and breakfast biscuits.

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    Awesome on pizzas

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    Good luck on getting on of these from the Golden Arches!
    Put your favorite jelly or jam on one for a tasty breakfast sandwich.
    This was wild huckleberry preserves from Montana.
    The kids always get their fair share on the treats.

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    Annual Salmon Trip to Lake Michigan has come and gone once again with the boys, we only caught 5 but that’s 5 more then iowa had!! They all averaged 7lbs or so to so very nice fish!!

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    I cut my 1 fish in steaks and Brined it in apple juice, brown sugar, salt and chopped garlic for 3 days in an old ice cream tub, turning every day to keep the flavors moveing.. smoked the fish for 4 hours at 200 degrees with Apple wood chips.. idk if it can get much better then fresh wild caught never frozen smoked salmon!! it never last very long once it’s finished

    I was one of the lucky guys an I ended up with 1 of the bags with 3 fillets in it to take home so I decided to Cedar plank my extra slab just because why not, so I cut it in half and seasoned one with Lemon pepper and then I seasoned the other with salt n pepper, onion power, Italian seasoning they both turned out very nice on the grill, I think the lemon pepper was little bit better but not by much, but I still think smoked is my all time favorite method!! [​IMG] [​IMG]


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    Smoke on the Water BBQ and Benefit
    I made a post on this event a couple years ago on this event and had to do another one this year.
    The event keeps growing every year with more donations, live bands and events during the day.
    In April the committee announced who the recipient was going to be and wow was I glad to be a part of it again this year.
    The recipient is very active in the community and with the school but the committee probably isn’t aware of what this person has done for the sportsman of Iowa which makes this person even more worthy!
    This person has a special place in my heart and was very instrumental in mentoring a young bowhunter in the 80s that was loaded with questions and needed guidance and knowledge on bowhunting. Over the years I’ve gotten to see the other side of him as a family man and as a friend and he has a heart of gold and will help anyone which shows his true character.
    I meet him when I joined a local archery club way back then.

    Some have probably figured out who it is but for the ones that haven’t its our very own IBA president and a life member on IW Randy Taylor.

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    The Sportsmen of Iowa and conservation in general owe so much to this individual on his work to make this state what it is today.

    After his medical condition was over he’s trimmed up and back stronger than ever. I drove by the grounds Friday to take a peek and happened to run into him and again I seen his humility
    and humbleness.

    This year I was a table captain so judging and tasting meats wasn’t my job but I still able to try several entries.
    The event had 27 teams with 24 judges. The four meats were,Ribs, Chicken, Pulled Pork, Brisket and the sidewinder item was Tofu which was interesting.

    Ribs and brisket being judged at our table

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    A few random pics

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    The results of the organizations year around work planning the event!

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