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Javelina roast over a biscuit #7923006 08/04/20 01:28 AM
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Not too bad

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923012 08/04/20 01:36 AM
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Looks dang great!


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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923060 08/04/20 02:29 AM
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Looks good. Despite their less than stellar reputation for table fare I’ve made several dishes out of them I really enjoyed.


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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923070 08/04/20 02:36 AM
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Please define "not too bad".

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923072 08/04/20 02:37 AM
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Heck yeh!! They are some good eating. up

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: jetdad] #7923085 08/04/20 02:49 AM
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Originally Posted by jetdad
Please define "not too bad".


It was really good, but I don’t like to brag.

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923093 08/04/20 02:57 AM
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he's finally back! Awesome post and very interesting up

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923143 08/04/20 04:37 AM
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Looks good!


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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923239 08/04/20 11:54 AM
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I always knew you were a good cook. But if you can make Javelina taste good you are an excellent cook.

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: don k] #7923240 08/04/20 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by don k
I always knew you were a good cook. But if you can make Javelina taste good you are an excellent cook.


Since when does javelina taste bad?

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923276 08/04/20 12:47 PM
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what'd you season it with?/ preparation

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Originally Posted by TKandMike
what'd you season it with?/ preparation


Mississippi roast recipe.
Packet of au jus powder,packet of ranch dressing powder,sprinkled on a a boned out hindquarter.
Placed in crockpot.
Cut up a stick of butter and lay on top of roast.
Put some pepperoncini peppers on top.
A little black pepper and just a bit of chicken broth.
Cook on low several hours.
Turns out flavorful and tender.

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Had it once at a wild game dinner. Went back for seconds.


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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7923907 08/04/20 09:17 PM
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Looks good to me.

Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: Thisisbeer] #7924005 08/04/20 10:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Thisisbeer
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I always knew you were a good cook. But if you can make Javelina taste good you are an excellent cook.


Since when does javelina taste bad?



I never cared for it. But mbavo makes it look good.

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had it a few times when I friend brought some in to work ... couldn't tell the difference than feral pulled pork, was tasty


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Originally Posted by Roll-Tide
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I always knew you were a good cook. But if you can make Javelina taste good you are an excellent cook.


Since when does javelina taste bad?



I never cared for it. But mbavo makes it look good.


Fair enough. I've always thought it was one of those things that people assume isn't good, so they don't even try it. I've enjoyed it. To each his own.

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I've never shot one, but had a friend of my dad's that used to hunt them a lot ... told us that you have to remove the glands immediately to prevent a nasty taste. No experience for me.

side note, this friend had a house in a less than desirable part of San Antonio back in the '60s, lots of crime, but he put in a chain link fence around the yard and had a pet javelina that run loose as a guard animal. He said it worked like a charm! He also had a live rattlesnake that he kept in a large bread box on the kitchen counter in case anyone made it thru the yard and into the house.


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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7924698 08/05/20 02:39 PM
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We seem to have plenty of them on our place. I have sat some times when i see 20+ every sit for an entire weekend. You can only shoot 2 and you can shoot 2 and the others dont even run lol. I do my best to make use of what we shoot, so we have done a lot with javalina. We have made jerkey, sausage, carne guisada, and smoked whole muscle cuts.

Some eat better than others, seems like i notice a trend... the female of the species seems to have a milder smell and flavor to me. Made a batch of jerkey out of a big male and it was edible but not great and you could definitely taste/smell the javi funk on it. My wife and kids devoured the carne guisada, you would have thought it was made with domestic beef, tender and good. Several years ago i marinated one of the rounds out of the hind leg for a day then wrapped in bacon and smoked for a few hours, it was legitimately one of the best things i have ever cooked on a smoker including brisket pork butts ribs etc. the only problem was the finished product was the size of a grapefruit lol so everyone got a taste an that was it.


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(Not to bad) hammer Looks food to me! Will have to use that recipe up

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Re: Javelina roast over a biscuit [Re: mbavo] #7926358 08/06/20 10:49 PM
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Good way to ruin a biscuit.

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