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I was just curious as to what yall do with your lesser grade cuts from your deer and other biggame?
By lesser cuts Im talkin the ribs, neck, shanks etc. I hate to waiste any of a deer that I get so I always take all available meat from the carcass. I used to do my best to bone out the shanks…
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I smoke necks and then oven to cook to 160 then shred for tamales or BBQ.


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what is the best way to make a great Cajun roux?
what is the best way to make a great Cajun roux?…
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I am looking for someone to make some Maple Breakfast sausage in south Louisiana. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks for the response. I have access to the grinder. I guess I just need to get a kit or recipe.


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Put together something a little different to do with frog legs.

I just picked up some whole pompano from the fish market for the first time. I was blown away how amazing these fish taste and I personally think they tare some of the best table fare available. My biggest question and was looking for help in how they are commercially harvested? I know that ppl…
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Farm Raised, China 😩


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Found some Oyster Mushrooms this morning. Looking for a recipe cooking them with olive oil and butter in a skillet with some kind of seasoning. Thanks
Soak them in salted water overnight and then put them in a venison stew. Can't beat it!


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I'm looking for a good Brisket recipe. I know there are some great cooks on this site and figured that I would poll the group for their favorite brisket recipes.

Duckaholic
I'm looking for a good Brisket recipe. I know there are some great cooks on this site and figured that I would poll the group for their favorite brisket recipes.

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Looking for a good recipe for smoke garfish
Looking for a good recipe for smoke garfish…
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This is one of the most delicious recipes for cooking hog & deer backstrap. It is so simple and good, everyone will think you are a chef. Clean a backstrap of silver skin an liagments. Place the backstrap length across the cutting board. Using a sharp knife, the first cut is about 1/8 to 1/4…
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Looks like a winner.


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Well I was out for a hike the other day with my dog and was walking along when I spotted a Golden Chantrell mushroom. Chantrelles are some of the most highly prized of all wild mushrooms for their flavor. CAUTION: Before harvesting ANY mushroom to eat extreme caution must be used in the…
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I have always wanted to learn more about gathering wild mushrooms. Those thangs look tasty!


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This one might be my best:
I figured I'd get some comments on this one considering the overnight lime marinade, the bacon wrap, ...


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3-4 redfish filets
1-1 ½ cups miracle whip
Bread crumbs or substitute crushed Ritz Crackers
1 bunch green onions cut up
6 splashes of Worcestershire
1 yellow onion diced
1 bell pepper diced
1 egg
Small amount of fish fry
Creole seasoning
4-5…
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Never tried this, have some redfish in the freezer. Thanks!


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I see some forum talk about smoke houses. I thought I would share the way my friend and I smoke our sausage. I have a few pics of it being put together to give you an idea just never took pics of it complete. We have used this past 5-6 years and can smoke about 200lbs of sausage. What is…
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Woody,that house looks nice but OSB plywood has resin and glue adhesives not sure i'd use that myself.


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Anyone with a good steak recipe for cooking inside? Way too frigging hot to BBQ. Thanks

how do you cook some great fresh white beans????
Beast , I do white beans just like my red beans with onion , garlic , pork hocks and deer sausage in a crock pot . It's not like the dried out white beans you eat with jambalaya but it's how I like them the best .


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hi im l,ooking for a good jambalya recipe if anyone has one.thanks
How big a jambalaya u lookin to cook????


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Blackening almost anything makes for a great feast, and it's true with shrimp, too. Here's a little insight in this fun and fast cooking method.

A friend of mine told me about Mickey Browns deer burritos and was to let me know when he was going so I could send some deer meat to have burritos made. Well he forgot. I ragged him bad enough to where he gave me some. Damn they were delicious but I thought maybe I can make them myself. Look…
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Brand New Bbq Rub and Seasoning.
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Here's the real deal, down in Cajun Country, with how to boil crawfish, the accouterments required, spices, vegetables, and how to eat 'em the right way....suckin' heads!

Louisiana Shorty here my video of one of my Cajun dishes chicken stew the way like it. Share and like.http://lil-c-shorty.wix.com/louisiana-shorty-

Stuffed Louisiana Snowballs

With the opening of our Snowball & Concession Stand we decided to dedicate this month’s recipe to a old traditional New Orleans Louisiana favorite. Visit your local snowball stand preferably ours, LOL. Ask for your favorite flavor and say STUFF IT! Our request…
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Great Seasoning for everyday cooking and BBQ
Replace all your seasonings.
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I THINK I saw some ABS plastic (black) crawfish trays (table top?!!?) that fit over a 55 gal drum on LA Sportsman but can't find them now. Am I crazy or did anyone else see these? They're black heavy duty ABS plastic that fit over the drum and has a hole in the center. Has places for dip, drink,…
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Baking fish outside in a covered grill is great, especially in summer so as not to heat the house. It's even easier and better when done with a large iron skillet. Here's how.
Nice tip Bob. Try this next time you cook fish on the grill. After you put the wine on the fish, put about a teaspoon of good Balsamic vinegar on the filet and spread it around with your fingertip. It adds a fantastic flavor.


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