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  1. kutaho

    kutaho New Member

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    Wooleyworm just won a receipt contest........

    I tried it, and let me tell ya what...

    Thems some mighty good eats.

    here it is

    Bleu Elk Burgers -


    2# ground elk

    1 tblspn lea&perrins worcestershire sauce ( others are just NOT the same)

    1/8 cup finely chopped onion

    2 cloves finely chopped garlic

    1/2 tsp of dried sage

    1 large egg

    1 pinch salt or to taste

    2 pinches pepper or to taste. a little cayenne is nice too

    All of the above is combined thouroughly and then divided into 12 equal parts.

    8 ounces of good quality bleu cheese, i prefer Valdeon, but whatever you'd like is fine.

    4 crispy bacon stips, crumbled

    mix bleu cheese and bacon together and seperate into 6 equal sized "pancakes"

    form each of the meat rolls into patties, place one cheese/bacon patty on top, then cover with another of meat and form/seal to make the patty.

    Grill or pan fry until med rare - medium. I grill for 3-4 min per side on a med-high heat.
    Serve on toasted buns with a little dijon mustard and whatever other fixings you'd like.

    Hope you all enjoy!
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    Everthing sounded good till you got to the blue cheese. kinda lost me there, but that is just me, i am not a fan of blue cheese. It sounds real good and i think some axis deer would do good with this recipe. I don't have a way of getting any elk. I think the only thing i would change is adding some smoked chedder in lue of the blue cheese dressing. i am ready for hunting season thats for sure. I didn't get to stock up my freezer as much as i wanted to last year. Thats gona change this year.
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    Cheese can be a choice, but this would be good with
    venison, moose, or buffalo. Wouldn't try it with caribou.
    Probably go good with goat, camel, or rue.;):D
    You out there Mr. Swan shot
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    So what does elk taste like, if you can find a "game" supper in CT. you might get elk
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    The wind
    the flowing river
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    Don't taste like chicken:D
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    Well, it sounds better than Creamed Woodchuck!
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    some of u guys want to enlighten me as to what this stuff taste like?
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    :D:DROFL:D:D:D
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    Beth, i can't tell ya what it taste like,
    taste different to different people.
    Heard people say snake taste like chicken....

    snake taste like snake.

    Buffalo, Elk, and Moose
    are best tasting grass munchers.
    Goat and deer are browsers.
    Goat nothing more then a domesticated deer.
    Both good, don't taste like the top three,
    or chicken.
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