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Deer camp recipes #2632332 10/04/11 07:49 PM
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I want to know some your guys recipes anything you do at camp for dinner or breakfast venison, pork etc. if yall dont mind sharing post up guys!!!


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backstrap, cut into small chunks, wrap in bacon, skewer with onions & jalepenos, and grill.

Ribeyes, season up with Tex-Joy seasoning, a light dusting of garlic powder, and some black pepper. Sprinkle with a little bit of lemon juice and some worchestershire sauce, and marinate for a few hours before grilling

pork shoulder, seasoned up with your favorite rub then put in the pot with some sliced up onions and a little water. Works for the crock pot or cooked several hours in the oven.





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deer meat (chicken fried) with homemade white gravy. the best




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Backstrap- tenderize, cube, marinate in greek dressing, bacon wrap, grill high heat-cook medium and enjoy

Chili-package of Carroll Shelby's chili kit, 2 pounds of ground venison, bell pepper, onion, can of stew tomatoes, 2 cups of water, can of beans......roll of TP (watch out!)


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Campfire snack: Hollow out jalapenos, stuff with a combo of cream cheese AND chorizo, wrap with bacon of choice, grill until bacon is crispy and jalapeno is tender. Gives everyone somethin to pick on while the real meal is cookin.


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Biggest ribeye we can find, salt, pepper. Real hot charcoal 5-8 minutes per side and cheers



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take the venison you would turn Ground meat and cut it for fajitas ...season it with tony's, worch sauce... brown the meat and remove from skillet then sautee rotels, bell peppers, diced onion and dump the meat back in. Serve on tortillas with jalapeno ranch style beans.

boneless porkchops... season in zesty italian dressing.. take some pork ground sausage and spread it over the chops... roll the chops up (pork sausage in middle), wrap with bacon and secure with toothpicks and toss it on the grill... goes good with mac-n-cheese.


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man...i'm getting hungry and I just ate lunch



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Dove/Quail and dumplings - salt and pepper the breast lope, brown in a skillet with onions and garlic. Hand roll your dumplings, Use the recipe on the back of a box of bisquick, add a little cream of mushroom and cream of celery, some whole milk, and simmer. Just like chicken and dumplings but the dove and quial are just a little better. nice and bite size and no bones to worry about. My grandma makes this for us every year opening weekend of deer season.


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dwalls- damn hard to beat good ole chicken fried back strap! Chiken fried wild turkey breast strips are darn good also. Heck its hard to beat anything chicken fried


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night before opening day: dove wrapped in bacon and jalepenos

day of: backstrap wrapped in bacon, jalepenos, rotel and corn, jale ranch style beans



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Boudan stuffed backstrap wrapped in bacon.

wild turkey breast coated with cream cheese and sliced jalepenos wrapped in bacon and then wrapped in foil. Cook as slow as possible.

And this year I will be experimenting with Carribean Jerk (home made) deer and wild pork.


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Easy breakfast, boiling bag omelet. Put two eggs in a quart freezer bag ( that's FREEZER bag not sandwich) add some leftover taco meat, onions, cheese, diced jalapinos or whatever leftover meat you have. Mix it all up in the bag then get as much air as you can out of the bag and zip it tight. Place the bags in rolling boiling water (I said rolling not vigiorous) for 15 min. and you have an easy breakfast with little cleanup. Use a large pan and not to thin skinned of a pan or the bag may stick to the bottom or sides.
Wife and I have this planned of our camping trip this weekends trip.



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Brown a coon in cast iron. Make gravy with drippings. Smoother coon, add onions, taters, salt and pepper. Put in oven at 325. Go out for evening hunt. When you return, remove from oven and chow down.



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Dam all good recipes I for sure am gonna try some this weekend guys


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Originally Posted By: twinbubba
Easy breakfast, boiling bag omelet. Put two eggs in a quart freezer bag ( that's FREEZER bag not sandwich) add some leftover taco meat, onions, cheese, diced jalapinos or whatever leftover meat you have. Mix it all up in the bag then get as much air as you can out of the bag and zip it tight. Place the bags in rolling boiling water (I said rolling not vigiorous) for 15 min. and you have an easy breakfast with little cleanup. Use a large pan and not to thin skinned of a pan or the bag may stick to the bottom or sides.
Wife and I have this planned of our camping trip this weekends trip.


You talking about raw eggs or already cooked?


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Raw. They will be cooked after 15 min. in boiling water.



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Im sure it's raw eggs. They cook in the bag. Eat it rite outa the bag and then throw the bag away. Basically nothing to clean but the fork.


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[quote=hornedfrog]Boudan stuffed backstrap wrapped in bacon.

Brilliant! Going to try this weekend!


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night before opening day: Big ol Ribeye cooked over real wood fire and the usual trimmings.

Opening day (evening): Ribs and brisket, usually get the smoker going after the morning hunt and let it roll all day and after the evening hunt everything is ready.

For the really cold days: Deer Chili and or frito chili pie, followed by alot of whiskey and poker


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We just learned to cook baked potatoes in a crock pot, start them at noon, ready for supper after the hunt...great with steaks or whatever;


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This is a good thread. I am going to by me a note book tonight and write all this down :-)




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Originally Posted By: sig226fan (Rguns.com)
We just learned to cook baked potatoes in a crock pot, start them at noon, ready for supper after the hunt...great with steaks or whatever;
I love the crock pot,it's just too easy.Try this sometime,get a roast put in pot and let it brown just a little on each side then get instant onion soup mix and pour on top (lipton is good)then pour cranberry sauce with shredded cranberries on top,let cook about 3 hrs on low then put potatos and onions and carrots for at least another hour.MM good.All done in one dish,so easy.Go hunt and come back to dinner served.



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heres another easy fix for the crockpot:

get a bag of chicken nuggets, 1 can of mushroom soup, and 1 can of celery soup. throw it all in the pot with a little water. let cook for a couple hours. man is it good. we call it messy chicken.


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Originally Posted By: rifleman

boneless porkchops... season in zesty italian dressing.. take some pork ground sausage and spread it over the chops... roll the chops up (pork sausage in middle), wrap with bacon and secure with toothpicks and toss it on the grill... goes good with mac-n-cheese.



That sounds awesome and terrible all at the same time. Artery clogger for sure. Hey, we only live once though.



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