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Deer, deer, & more deer. #8116353 01/05/21 06:47 PM
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After polishing off a big skillet of fresh ground picadillo, it was time for some hot & spicy shredded neck roast tacos for breakfast. No need for salsa, they packed a punch.

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Then it was time to prep supper. I pinwheeled some backstraps, tenderized, then marinated in Allegro Tennessee Whiskey. After 2 hours I pulled them out and stuffed them with some spicy homemade boudin & shredded pepper jack cheese, then wrapped up in bacon. Hit it with some Magic Dust and off to the pit cooked with mesquite wood, glazed with strawberry preserves at the end. Sliced it up after resting and it was a BIG hit.

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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116368 01/05/21 06:55 PM
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I cubed up some more backstrap and marinated in Allegro Hot & Spicy, then built some kabob’s to go with the stuffed straps.

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After I don’t know how many beers, started piling everything up on a board and watched it dissapear.

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Thanks for looking.

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116380 01/05/21 06:59 PM
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I'd eat the snot out of any of those dishes.


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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116442 01/05/21 07:47 PM
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Gotta heat up some leftovers, hmnn.

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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116445 01/05/21 07:50 PM
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That looks amazing


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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116484 01/05/21 08:30 PM
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Looks good!!!

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Everything there looks sooooo good!!!

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116528 01/05/21 08:57 PM
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It all looks good. I'm interested in how you cooked the shredded roast- is that something done in an InstaPot or crockpot?

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: Gringo Bling] #8116554 01/05/21 09:16 PM
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Thanks guys, it was all good. Every bit of meat was tender & juicy. My youngest Son went around cleaning eveyone’s plates up once they got stuffed LOL.

Gringo, yes I like to cook the necks in a Crock Pot. I use 1 buck neck, or 2 doe necks at a time. I season the bone-in necks with sea salt, black pepper, ground chili ancho, chili pasilla, chili guajllo, chili arbol, chipotle chili, cumin, paprika, then I chop up a can or two of chipotles in adobo sauce and rub that paste over the dry rubbed neck. Then I lay that down on a bed on red onions and fresh minced garlic. Add low sodium chicken (or beef) broth until the liquid touches the meat. Cover and cook on low for 10-12 hrs, then I like to keep it on “warm” until everything falls apart. Then I pick through it all discarding the bones/tendons/anything undesirable. Whatever’s left of the onions in the pot I chop up, keeping only enough juice to keep the meat moist. I shred the meat with 2 forks and add back to the pot. At that point I will taste for seasoning and typically add a little fajita seasoning and cumin to it, and more chili arbol if you want more heat. That’s it, it’s like a spicy venison barbacoa full of flavor. For less spice ease off of the ground chili arbol.

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116568 01/05/21 09:22 PM
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Damn Skinner! food


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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116642 01/05/21 10:23 PM
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Holy cheese and crackers Batman! Daayum!


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Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8116836 01/06/21 12:56 AM
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Keep coming back to this page lol


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Originally Posted by Bullfrog
Keep coming back to this page lol



Working on a big pot of deer chili with beans now (yankee chili). grin

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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Keep coming back to this page lol



Working on a big pot of deer chili with beans now (yankee chili). grin


Why you’re one of very few who shall remain “hero status” cheers


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Lol. Far from a hero brother. Just another man that likes to hunt/fish, clean/process, and cook critters. cheers

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8117013 01/06/21 03:03 AM
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Half a pot of “lite” deer chili with beans has already been consumed tonight, lol.

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Daguum it man!


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Very very nice sir!!


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Skinner needs to open a restaurant...for real

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Originally Posted by majekman
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I hope you are doing well Sir.

Let's go fishing.

Re: Deer, deer, & more deer. [Re: skinnerback] #8117250 01/06/21 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Half a pot of “lite” deer chili with beans has already been consumed tonight, lol.

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Getting ready to make my second pot soon.


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Personally I wouldn't say no to those options.


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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Half a pot of “lite” deer chili with beans has already been consumed tonight, lol.

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That looks fantastic! Mind sharing your chili recipe skinnerback?


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