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Let’s talk about deer hearts… #8479723 12/18/21 09:52 PM
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I know how I like them cooked, but I’m curious as to how other folks prepare & cook theirs. Maybe learn something new….

Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8479739 12/18/21 10:20 PM
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Jesse Griffith cookbook Afield has a great recipe, butterflied, with olive oil, balsamic and other great ingredients)in the blind and can’t remember everything). Seared and eaten rare.

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Originally Posted by ETexas Hunter
Jesse Griffith cookbook Afield has a great recipe, butterflied, with olive oil, balsamic and other great ingredients)in the blind and can’t remember everything). Seared and eaten rare.



Thanks, I'll check that out. up

Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480157 12/19/21 01:13 PM
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I've been wanting to make tacos out of some heart. I flat out forgot to keep the heart in the last 2 I killed.

Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480286 12/19/21 03:04 PM
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Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480478 12/19/21 06:19 PM
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Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480479 12/19/21 06:19 PM
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Here you go

Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480480 12/19/21 06:22 PM
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I've always left mine in the gut pile, and I'm starting to regret that. Post some updates on what you do with those, please!

I was going to keep the one from my doe this year, but it had a giant hole in it grin

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Jessie was also on an episode of Meat Eater where he made a heart ceviche recipe I want to try….


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Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480500 12/19/21 06:51 PM
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I’ve made the one above several times and it’s very good

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Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8480754 12/19/21 10:42 PM
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Sorry, but to me "Guts is guts!" My wife doesn't do game at all, but my hunting partner loves them all tho, so I save every one that's not shot up for her. smile

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Cut out the all the veins, connective tissue and white. Marinate in some garlic salt, minced garlic and lime juice. Render some onions, bell peppers a bit and then stir fry it. Serve on some fresh homemade "type" tortillas with some homemade chile sauce.

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Buzzards gotta eat to, no way I’m eating that unless I’m starving to death.

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Originally Posted by SouthWestIron
Cut out the all the veins, connective tissue and white. Marinate in some garlic salt, minced garlic and lime juice. Render some onions, bell peppers a bit and then stir fry it. Serve on some fresh homemade "type" tortillas with some homemade chile sauce.


Sounds good up


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Originally Posted by Ol Thumper
Buzzards gotta eat to, no way I’m eating that unless I’m starving to death.



roflmao

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Originally Posted by Ol Thumper
Buzzards gotta eat to, no way I’m eating that unless I’m starving to death.


Hmmm . . . ., hmmm . . . . . ? A friend would like to know if anyone has ever seen an ol' buzzard on top of a caterpillar.

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Re: Let’s talk about deer hearts… [Re: skinnerback] #8481985 12/20/21 11:02 PM
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Cooked some on the grill - smoked with mesquite - wrapped in cull fat. The very middle inside was the tenderest and most delicious. Outer area was cooked more and therefor more tough and rubbery.


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Heart is great. Made fajitas from beef heart once and never told wife what it was until after. She liked it then got mad when I told her what it was. Most would be the same. If your open minded you will like it. Those who won’t try it with open mind won’t like it just bc they made their minds up it’s not good. Reality is that it’s a great piece of meat when handled properly.

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Originally Posted by Birddogger
Heart is great. Made fajitas from beef heart once and never told wife what it was until after. She liked it then got mad when I told her what it was. Most would be the same. If your open minded you will like it. Those who won’t try it with open mind won’t like it just bc they made their minds up it’s not good. Reality is that it’s a great piece of meat when handled properly.


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