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    Whats for dinner?

    Baked deer back strap. In onions garlic and brown gravy. Sweet potatoes in the oven! And pickled beets. Click image for larger version. 

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    Dang shaner, that looks GOOD! Now I guess I gotta break out some venison from the freezer, and make some for supper.
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    Looking good .. for Dinner last night deer cube steaks in brown gravy, mash potatoes, green beans
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    Not dinner, but lunch, trimmed tenderloin into small pieces, sauteed some onion until caramelized, add the meat, and sprinkled with a spice mix, which contains salt, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, sugar, msg, sage, chili powder, oregano, white pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika and cumin. Cooked to a medium or medium rare and served with a couple eggs.
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    Homemade thin crust pepperoni pizza with mushrooms, onions, green peppers, green olives(first three raw). Dough was a thin cracker style crust made from flour, salt, water, yeast, little olive oil. Keep adding flour until you can't knead any more into it. Want the dough to be semi dry to the touch. Let sit at least 6 hours on the counter but 24 hours is better to let it ferment and get flavor. This doesn't raise much being such a stiff dough. Roll out with a rolling pin to 1/16" thick trying to keep an even thickness, dock with a fork and par bake then top. I used Contadina store bought pizza sauce, to much of a headache to make it from fresh.

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    All sounds good

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    Did pulled pork sandwiches using the Instant Pot I picked up last weekend. That little gadget works great!

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    Had a couple pounds of moose breakfast sausage sitting in the fridge to thaw... The lovely Mrs. AK4570 combined them with some white beans and BBQ sauce for a right tasty dinner. A side of broccoli slaw brought everything together swimmingly!

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    Looks deeeeelicious shaner!!! We also ate some of our recent harvest yesterday in the form of venison cornbread meatloaf with mashed potatoes and biscuits. Been a favorite of my daughters since they were little.

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    leftover pizza... put on some parchment paper and slid it onto a preheated 500 degree pizza stone. 5 minutes had it heated through and crisped back up nicely!

    If you don't have a good pizza/bread stone these guys make one that holds up well https://bakingstone.com/shop/home_oven/ I have the 18x24 because my oven is over sized. Mine is pushing 15 years old with no signs of cracking. I run it through the oven self clean cycle now and then to clean it. Brush the ash off and good to go again! More you use it the better it cooks as it develops seasoning like cast iron. Mine sees a lot of bread baking in winter! and stays in the oven constantly, helps even out temp spikes as it cycles on and off.

    No it is not cheap! Good kitchen equipment never is! At 3/4 inch thick it holds temps well when you drop a pizza or loaf of bread n it.

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    The only kind of gumbo to make!! Chicken and sausage! Eat it with crackers or over rice, your choice! ( yeah, it’s a southern thing). Not hard to make at all! Boy, you should have seen the looks I got from the people in Ohio when I asked if they had any roux mix on the shelf? Hahaha! “ uhhhh, whuts that stuff?” If I opened a true Cajun restaurant in middle Ohio, I could be a millionaire in about two years or less, i bet! Merry Christmas you guys!
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    Tenderized deer steak with crushed French fried onions and flour baked. Green bean
    casserole.
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    Bacon, Cheddar, mushroom, onion, green pepper 2 egg omelet... simple and filling 1 pan meal.

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    Mary, RE your pizza; black olives on pizza. Green olives in vodka-tinis (shaken, not stirred).
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    Problem with black olives is they are hard to find in a jar... and I always have green olives for salads and munching. So used what I have!

    Quote Originally Posted by smokeywolf View Post
    Mary, RE your pizza; black olives on pizza. Green olives in vodka-tinis (shaken, not stirred).

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    I slummed it last night. Venison burgers with fried onion and kraft mac and cheese. back was to sore to be a chef yesterday.
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    Sounds great

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    SWMBO was gone shopping in the Big City yesterday, so I shared a Can of Jalapeno Spam & some left over Jasmine Rice with the Dawg. I had cooked the rice in our Instant Pot a day or so before, dang that gadget sure works good. I'm making Chili in it today, using 2 lb's of Taco Grind & Seasoned Beef from Vallarta Market ( a Local Carcieneria Chain ). Skillet Cornbread will compliment it really well.
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    Salad, T-bone steak(grass fed organic, steak cost less than $3!), garlic toast to soak up the steak juices! I hit it perfect, seared outside/crispy fat and body temp in the center!

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    Looks great ... how long did you bake them and what temperature so that they weren't over done? I still have some Elk steaks left in the freezer and should do something similar with them ...
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