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Post  dblshockpwr on 12/7/2007, 3:25 pm

LOL I had tacos with some friend....


And the whole time they were raving about how good the tacos were they were telling me they could never eat Bambi.......


LOL So should I have told them they were eating VENISON tacos or not?
Because they sure did like how the meat was "seasoned" LOL
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Post  Agent 99 on 12/8/2007, 1:13 am

LOL!!!!!!!

Good for you 2Shock!!!!

Heather took some sloppy joe's to work one day and the girl that works for her said she would never eat deer meat. Said she could tell no matter how someone fixed it. Needless to say she didn't figure it out untill she rememberd that I shot a deer last year. ohshit

Gotta love these boneheads that are shallow minded. hammerhead
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Post  cravnravn on 12/8/2007, 1:22 am

So when I come to Indy, leave your "home" cooking at home.

My Grandfather used to try that shit with me, I never fell for it.
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Post  Agent 99 on 12/8/2007, 3:30 am

cravnravn wrote:So when I come to Indy, leave your "home" cooking at home.

My Grandfather used to try that shit with me, I never fell for it.


Cravn..........Deer burger is usually mixed with beef or pork fat. Burger is very hard to tell it's deer meet. It's a lot easier to tell if it's a roast or a steak. I respect the fact that some people don't want to try it. But if they don't ask I don't tell and they usually can't tell.

I'll make sure I bring you some jerky when you make your trip. A gift from me to you!!! wink
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Post  Agent 99 on 12/8/2007, 3:36 am

2Shock............ You ever keep the heart?????

Last year I did for the first time. Sliced it up and pounded it out and diped it in seasoned flour and fried it in a skillet. Tasted just like cube steak.
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Post  dblshockpwr on 12/8/2007, 3:52 am

Agent 99 wrote:2Shock............ You ever keep the heart?????

Last year I did for the first time. Sliced it up and pounded it out and diped it in seasoned flour and fried it in a skillet. Tasted just like cube steak.


No, I've never tried that... If I get a deer tommorow I'll have to though.
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Post  cravnravn on 12/8/2007, 5:36 am

Agent 99 wrote:2Shock............ You ever keep the heart?????

Last year I did for the first time. Sliced it up and pounded it out and diped it in seasoned flour and fried it in a skillet. Tasted just like cube steak.

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Post  ColtsKurt on 12/8/2007, 6:53 am

Agent 99 wrote:2Shock............ You ever keep the heart?????

Last year I did for the first time. Sliced it up and pounded it out and diped it in seasoned flour and fried it in a skillet. Tasted just like cube steak.

Cube steaks?!?! Why the hell would anyone want anything that was just like cube steaks? The ONLY way they're any good is if you cook 'em forever in gravy... that's the only way they're not too tough or chewey to eat...

Heart... meant to make something live... not to be eaten... geezus, man, that's just plain gross.

Lemme guess... Rocky Mountain Oysters high on the delicacy list too???
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Post  ColtsKurt on 12/8/2007, 7:01 am

You know... I just thought of something...
There's a saying about "being hungry enough to eat the asshole out of a ****ed skunk."
(censored out of respect for our female players...) angel

You guys probably figured that was for real, didn't you?
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Post  Agent 99 on 12/8/2007, 9:35 am

Cube steaks?!?! Why the hell would anyone want anything that was just like cube steaks? The ONLY way they're any good is if you cook 'em forever in gravy... that's the only way they're not too tough or chewey to eat...

Heart... meant to make something live... not to be eaten... geezus, man, that's just plain gross.

Lemme guess... Rocky Mountain Oysters high on the delicacy list too???



Kurt you just have to know how to cook the damn meat!!! Your right about the slow cooker and gravy. But you can fry it in a pan on very low heat and it's just as good!!!!

As for the Rocky Mt. Oysters......... Not a chance brother!!!




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Post  cravnravn on 12/8/2007, 1:38 pm

Lemme guess... Rocky Mountain Oysters high on the delicacy list too???

Chesapeake Bay and Chincateague Oysyers are though, MMMMMMMMMM Raw Oysters, Fresh Horseradish and a splash oy ketchup...And a beer
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