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Whats for dinner???

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by JLA, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. ka64

    ka64 Well-Known Member

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    WOW, Me2 + Bakes........
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    i am going out to eat them karaoke
  3. JLA

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    You and Charles catch those Chris?

    Charles text me friday night and asked if I wanted to go fishin with him, but I had to work saturday mornin.
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    Me and a friend from Waco; I did send Charles the pics though ;):D.

    Found a few good spots on Waco, so next time we want to head out, I'll have some honey holes to go to.

    btw - they were some very tasty crappie
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    Tonight i'm eating CAMEL

    a mates dropped by with some ginger and plum sauce basted roast neck fillets

    he's from where there are a million of them ( official estimates 3 million )

    i dont eat it often as i aint near where they are

    i'm still finishing off shark and venison to make room to for say 1/4 of a camel

    the leg's and such are pure muscle , i like the neck and asked specifically for them , beside , larry does great BBQ and smoking with neck fillet and it makes the best thick jerky

    pic's one with flash and one without

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  6. jack404

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    and today , Sunday evening here ,

    thougght at looking for a snack . a old comp fire dinner was remember and here it is

    Noodle pack and camel jerky

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    Had beaver the other night. Thought my son-in-law was going to eat it all..
  8. JLA

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    Excellent way to beef up a bowl of Ramen Jack. I too supe up my Ramen soup with cuts of meat and fresh veggies. My daughter calls it making 'gourmet' ramen noodles. I call it better than eating them with water and the 'salt' packet. Waaaay better.

    And that camel looks great. Not far off from a good cut of pork steak.
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    Is that really camel :eek:? Actually looks pretty tasty :).
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    Cooked up almost the last of my deer the other night. Took the last bottom round and butterflied it.

    Marinated these in some beef stock, oil, soy sauce, pepper, & worcestershire sauce.

    Sauteed some onions and mushrooms in butter and garlic powder. Then pan fried the steaks with the mushrooms and onions. Placed these over some rice and dug in.
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  11. Brisk44

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    Made me so hungry lookin at them I had to go make me some lunch.
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    mee too. Eatn sirloin beef soup and grilled cheese sammages right now.
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    I found something new: http://jimmydean.com/products/Skillets/ New to me anyway. I chopped up some green onions, and put some of this in a skillet to cook, then mixed in two eggs, and made some really good omelets.
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    Having sundays best tonight. I makin a pot o beens, my specialty and I aint made a pot in a good while. They are smellin up the whole house. Im soo hungry!

    The wifes gonna cook up some baked chicken breasts and homemade rolls to go with em.

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    stop putting food on here i did not eat yet
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