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Old 02-08-2007, 08:59 AM   #11
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Thanks boufa and uncle bob. Both of those sound great. I would be able to do the chinese style one with pork or beef tenderloin as well, right?

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Old 02-09-2007, 12:10 AM   #12
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Yes Clutch, you can do the same with pork and beef tenderloin. For beef, you can add slices of green pepper (capsicum) too.

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Old 02-28-2007, 02:53 PM   #13
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Here's a great venison recipe
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Old 03-01-2007, 08:45 AM   #14
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Here is a fabulous dish from a chef friend of mine - it's just delicious!!

* Exported from MasterCook *

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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1 Venison neck, bones in
3-4 T. oil
6 poblano chilis, seeded and rough chopped
4 + 2 jalapenos, seeded and chopped
2 + 1 large onions, chopped
1 lg can low sodium beef or chicken broth
1 + 1 bunch cilantro
2 tsps cumin powder
4 + 3 limes
seasoned flour, salt & pepper

Start with a Dutch oven on the stove top and heat the oil till hot. Season the neck liberally with salt, pepper and cumin. Dust it in the flour & sear on as many sides as you can get to sit flat. Take the neck out and reserve on a plate. Add in all the poblanos, 4 of the jalapenos and 2 of the onions & saute till it all starts to wilt and get soft. Add the neck back in (on top of the vegetables) and add the broth.There should be liquid at least 1/4 way up the roast in the beginning.

Bring to a simmer (if you boil it, it'll never ever get tender) and put the lid on. Simmer very slowly for about 3-5 hours. You may need to add more broth or water to keep the moisture in as it evaporates. You'll know when it's done when the neck joints can be pulled out with a pair of tongs with no resistance.

Remove all the bones (just pick them out of the pot with a pair of tongs.) and remove meat with a slotted spoon or spatula to a bowl. In the bowl add the raw chopped onion, the other jalapeno, 4 of the limes and cilantro. Sprinkle a little salt if it needs it and shred it up with a fork.
Put whatever's left in the pot into the blender and add the remaining limes and blend it for a sauce. Serve with warm tortillas.

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Old 03-06-2007, 08:07 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Uncle Bob
Venison (deer) is a game animal here and the sale of it's meat is strictly forbidden!! Big fines + jail time in some cases...I suppose one can order the product...I dunno.
Is that just the sale of venison taken in the state of MS, or does that mean that you can't go to Whole Foods and buy prepackaged venison loin either?

Most venison sold in stores in the United States is Australian in origin.
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Old 03-08-2007, 04:56 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by BrazenAmatuer
Is that just the sale of venison taken in the state of MS, or does that mean that you can't go to Whole Foods and buy prepackaged venison loin either?

Most venison sold in stores in the United States is Australian in origin.

Farm raised "game" animals can be sold in the US. Wild game meat cannot.

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