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Unread 12-02-2008, 12:44 AM   #1
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Default Venison Shoulder, Chipotle Pork and Pintos

I had a house full of hunters for the last 5 days. This is one of the meals I fixed this weekend.

I soaked a leg of venison in salt water overnight, then made slits in it and inserted cloves of garlic. Then topped with Dale's marinade and sprinkled with cracked black pepper and red pepper flakes.





I injected a hunk of pork with a mixture of beef broth, cayenne, onion powder and cholula hot sauce.



Covered the outside with chopped chipotle peppers and lots of adobo sauce, then sprinkled with black pepper...



Soaked a pot of pintos overnight, then added them to the smoker in a colander for 2 hours...
After smoking them in the colander, I put them in a pot with water, onion, garlic, smoked ham, red pepper flakes, thyme, oregano, basil and black pepper..





I used my cinderblock pit........ put beer and homemade seasonings into a couple of drip pans...








I covered the leg of venison with beef broth and let it sit for 30 minutes...then carved it off the bone...








I heated some tortillas on the pit and everyone made their own...


Here's mine with the works.....some venison, cheese, lettuce, hot salsa, pintos and pork.




It was an easy, tasty meal.... :)
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Unread 12-02-2008, 01:00 AM   #2
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And you said my grub shots made you hungry. That spread should be in Food Everyone Needs to Eat magazine. Nice job Cowgirl.
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i'm not sure what they were hunting, but i think they may have found it!
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I take it you ate the tortilla with a fork.
Very nice looking tasting sounding food.
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Excellent!!
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Wow, I mean Wow!!

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As always everything looks Fantastic!! Never thought to smoke beans gonna have to try that it sounds great
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Can i put in for next deer season at your place?

Fantastic as usual!
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WOW!!!! Looks great cowgirl! I bet your hunting buddies were VERY happy!!! I'm envious!
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cowgirl, looks like a great venison recipe there. Gracias!
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That is an amazing looking spread, Cowgirl. How on earth, does anyone get any hunting done, knowing that food like that is being made. You always bring it to the next level.
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That right there is an outstanding spread!
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Good gracious! That is some spectacular looking food there!
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Cowgirl, everything you do looks great! I'm not too far from Oklahoma, and I'm tempted to drive your way and beg for leftovers! I'm curious, are you saying you smoked the dried pintos before you added them to the water for the long simmer? Thanks
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Thank you folks, I appreciate it!
Paulie, your food always makes me hungry!!
Rick....you're still a sweetheart.
Thank you Bowhnter, Scott and Smokey!

Bubba, you have to get here early, I only have 2 spare bedrooms...but lotsa floor space.

Cheez... I tried folding mine....still couldn't eat it all.




Thank you Mike, frognot, DaChief, Max and bigabyte, I do apprecate your kind words.

Paperboy, I'm not all that far from you. :)
I soaked the pintos in water overnight, then smoked them in the colander for 2 hours....Put them in a cast iron pot and added my water, garlic, onions, red pepper flakes, black pepper, thyme, oregano, smoked ham and a bit of basil. Simmered them til almost tender....then put them back on the cinderblock pit until they were nice and tender.
I add kosher salt after they are tender.

I got the colander smoke method from a contact through my blog...
It worked out great and I'll be doing them again this way.





Thanks again folks.
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