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Deer liver and onions #8129914 01/15/21 03:27 AM
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Pretty good stuff

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Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: mbavo] #8129933 01/15/21 03:46 AM
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OMG. I'd chip a tooth on that plate trying to scarf that down, looks fantastic!! Well done Sir once again.

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What a waste of a good sweet onion. At least you didn’t spoil any bacon too!!! 😂

Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: Blank] #8129942 01/15/21 03:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Blank
What a waste of a good sweet onion. At least you didn’t spoil any bacon too!!! 😂


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Fried in bacon grease

Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: mbavo] #8129944 01/15/21 03:55 AM
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One of the few meals my dad could cook. He would make liver an onions when we were deer hunting down on the Pecos, we would have it with eggs and toast for breakfast. Pop didn't like onions and neither did I back then but we both liked liver and onions.


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Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: mbavo] #8129979 01/15/21 04:40 AM
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Looks amazing!

Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: mbavo] #8130088 01/15/21 12:26 PM
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Haven't had it in a long time but what I remember it had a pretty rank smell when cooking but tasted good. food


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Absolutely!


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Just missing the fried taters.
I'd eat that.

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Awesome! food

Re: Deer liver and onions [Re: mbavo] #8150157 01/31/21 05:44 PM
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Now for some rice and gravy to go w/ that.............
Try some liver battered in just corn meal.


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