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Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by howlnmad, May 31, 2020.
You're making me very hungry, howlnmad! I'm curious, though; what are those pasty things at the lower right? Looks like poached dentures...
Luckily, I found 4 rib eyes that have been in the freezer longer than I like. They're about to become beef stroganoff, after a few hours of simmering.
Those are pan fried dumplings. It's a pasta stuffed with a pork mixture. They steam them first and then fry one side. Compliment with the dipping sauce. Yum.
Yes those are Bill's dentures and a spare set, he had to take them out to eat the rice.
I just did the last package of elk burger I found buried in the freezer for supper tonight. I partial froze the meat and then vac sealed it way back when. It looked perfect. How old was it? I haven't drawn an elk tag in 4 years. It tasted mighty fine. I hope I finally draw that impossible to draw elk tag this year, I almost forgot how much better than beef it is.
That is not Kung Flu, grasshopper, that is Kung Food.
It was dang tasty.
Just got offered cold breakfast cereal for Sunday supper. Enough of this stay at home. Can I still volunteer for SEA or a remote tour?
OK now i have lost my Appetite! Thanks Larry.
Nice. All I have is a pork belly in the smoker becoming a slab of bacon.
I haven't tasted elk, excepting some really good chili, since about 1988 - 1991. I was travelling to F.E. Warren AFB regularly, and met a delightful lady in the bar in Cheyenne one evening. We got to be an occasional "item" (since I lived so far away), but we got together whenever I had to visit the E-lab. Since she lived in Denver, she delighted in showing me new places there, before I had to make the long trek up I-25 to Cheyenne. One of them was called the "Firehouse," I believe. It was a two story bar and restaurant in a brick building filled with stuffed critters - I don't believe I could have found room on the walls for another jackalope! Clearly intended to be a hunting lodge, though it was originally a firehouse. I seem to recall that it had Denver business license #1 hanging on the wall, but that was a long time ago.
Louise ordered elk, I had bison. The appetizer was alligator, tempura-style. Wow! That was some awesome lizard - much like properly cooked calamari, tender as a worm and delicately flavored. And no, it doesn't taste anything like chicken. The bison sucked; dry, tough, flavorless. But she let me sample her elk, and I think I did a trick like that dog of Quick Draw McGraw's when he got a biscuit. Unbelievable flavor, and tender as can be.
Alas, I've been searching with Google to find it, but it appears to be gone, replaced by a thousand Vietnamese restaurants...
Now, there was some pleasant exchanges....we used to call the commissary rating guys
'Stew Burners' or 'Belly-Robbers'....Some of the best food I ever had in my whole life was
during my navy days... Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast was a breakfast classic and navy
Mulligan Beef Stew with cornbread was so memorable that when we have guests for a meal
my wife allows me to prepare that as I remember it...not watery but thick and savory as
food can get....I use packets of McCormick stew beef spices that are perfect. Surely, all
you old Rowdies know that breakfast meal above as SOS.. That old standby has rated more
giggles and laughs with that SOS titled tacked on...BTW, who was that Dude, Mulligan...
sounded Irish? That picture platter above looked to be a new discovery...just never had
a hankering for Chink-Chow...Mexican food now is my most favored and being recognized at
our go-too bistro all the time sure helps in portion size and attention...Some food favorers
mention steak and eggs , to which I have never tried...steak is for supper and eggs for those
wake-up hours...maybe a really large baked potato ....spud with steak...yeah, soon to be
on my mess plans...Chief
Man, that looks real good. You hungry yet, it's only good for 5 minutes.
That sure does look good! Maybe I'll get out my wok and stir fry some venison sweet and sour!