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Deer and pork roast of Thaksgiving #2590969 09/18/11 05:32 PM
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Things needed:
Large dutch oven
Deer roast (Small yearling hind quarter is best)
Wild pork roast (Shoulder roast with neck trimmings is best)
Andue or Italian smoked sausage

Stuff both deer and pork roasts with spices and garlic

Brown both roasts in the dutch oven, set them aside.

Brown onions and garlic in the dippings, scoop out and set aside.

Place pork roast in Dutch oven and cover with browned onions and garlic

Cook @ 350 to 375 until medium, remove pork roast and place deer roast in dutch oven and place pork roast on top of deer roast. Place several links of sausage on and around the meat.

Cook until pork is done, then cut up for the big thanks giving meal. Goes great with sweet potatoes.




Re: Deer and pork roast of Thaksgiving [Re: Hamourkiller] #2591054 09/18/11 06:32 PM
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Now thats looks very good. Hope I get some meat to try it this year.


Re: Deer and pork roast of Thaksgiving [Re: Ihunt4Life] #2593938 09/19/11 08:46 PM
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holy snarky's!!


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