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Unread 10-06-2010, 08:48 AM   #16
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Looks mighty tasty Jeanie! I'll be thinking about that plate when I take my daily.....um...medicine.
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Unread 10-06-2010, 08:50 AM   #17
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That look really good
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Unread 10-06-2010, 10:00 AM   #18
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Thanks friends!

Neil, I like your polenta idea..that would have been great.

lol Pat.. I enjoy a crown and coke once in a blue moon.. this sip last night definately melted me.. I went to bed early.

BlueHowler and Al...I DO need to restock. :)

Phu, aren't drums amazing...I wouldn't trade mine for anything. :)

Thanks again friends and Thanks HWSW Phesant!! I am enjoying the cookbook and will get it back to you asap!
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Phu, aren't drums amazing...I wouldn't trade mine for anything.

True!

...and my WGA too!

Phorgot to say...nice thread title right there!
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Awesome post.

The L. L. Bean Game and Fish cookbook by Angus Cameron is my favorite cookbook--and I own hundreds of cookbooks.

I have used that same recipe with great tasting results--however your version looks way more photogenic.

The recipe for the Red Wine based BBQ Sauce--that is in that book is a great recipe and we use it often while catering for local wineries. Red Wine from an oak barrel has that "slight" oak taste---paired up with meat smoked over oak coals---the sauce really makes it happen---the glass of red wine in the other hand may help.

The book was out of pRint for a while--but is back in print. I bought a used one at a used book store a few weeks back because my original one was falling apart.

I love your posts and your incorporatin of BBQ/ dutch oven/ down home cookin ----please keep it up.
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As always, very nice Jeanie!! I can smell & taste it from here!! Cheers!!!
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Jeanie,
I now think that it is impossible for you to cook a bad meal. Another home run, my friend!
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But...where was the Bourbon in all of this?


















Looks great Jeanie!
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Phu...Thanks! :)

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Awesome post.

The L. L. Bean Game and Fish cookbook by Angus Cameron is my favorite cookbook--and I own hundreds of cookbooks.

I have used that same recipe with great tasting results--however your version looks way more photogenic.

The recipe for the Red Wine based BBQ Sauce--that is in that book is a great recipe and we use it often while catering for local wineries. Red Wine from an oak barrel has that "slight" oak taste---paired up with meat smoked over oak coals---the sauce really makes it happen---the glass of red wine in the other hand may help.

The book was out of pRint for a while--but is back in print. I bought a used one at a used book store a few weeks back because my original one was falling apart.

I love your posts and your incorporatin of BBQ/ dutch oven/ down home cookin ----please keep it up.
Thank you Chuckwagonbbq, I appreciate that. I'm used to cooking what I have on hand....what I've raised or gathered from my area.
Your oak barrel wine sounds wonderful! I imagine the Q sauce is fantastic...
I've had my eye on a wine based recipe and plan on using some of my homemade sandhill plum wine or some wild fox grape wine. I thought it would go well with the venison..
Thanks again...

Hamilton, thank you! I would have shared with ya. :)

Dan..thanks! I'm working on the fruit problem. lol

Guerry, you are so right! The only whiskey I had on hand was Crown.. I should pick up some bourbon for cooking. Thanks!
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Nice!!!! Real nice. I've got one backstrap left, saved for a rainy day! Good thing I'm hitting the bow stand this weekend!!!
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Lookin' Gooooooooooooooooood!
Thanks for sharing
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That looks awesome! I'll take a largish bowl.
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looks amazing as usual, thanks for sharing!
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I think I need a smoke after seeing that it looked SOOOOOOOO GOOD!! I loves me some venison and that looked like the bomb!
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WOW...... SWSW, MMD, & BASTMF that sure looks good
Glad you liked the pepper blend.... you hang onto the book as long as you need too
Nicely Done Jeanie..... Very Nicely Done
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