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Old 11-15-2013, 08:25 AM   #1
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Old 11-15-2013, 10:24 PM   #2
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Bambi burgers are the best. I have a question for you Mr. S&P. Hubby brought home his first steelhead of the season today. How do you fillet it? Hubby usually fillets it with the skin on. A lot of times it's very boney. I don't enjoy eating something that I have to pick through.
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Old 11-15-2013, 10:57 PM   #3
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What a beautiful and appetizing looking burger, Mr. Salt!
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Bambi burgers are the best. I have a question for you Mr. S&P. Hubby brought home his first steelhead of the season today. How do you fillet it? Hubby usually fillets it with the skin on. A lot of times it's very boney. I don't enjoy eating something that I have to pick through.
Bambi burgers are great. I used to go to a resto that served farmed deer, fawn, bison, and caribou burgers. Some of the wait staff would look shocked when I would ask for a bambi burger.
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Old 11-16-2013, 02:37 PM   #5
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Looks pretty good from where I sit.
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Bambi burgers are great. I used to go to a resto that served farmed deer, fawn, bison, and caribou burgers. Some of the wait staff would look shocked when I would ask for a bambi burger.
LOL, ah Disney stereotype. Bambi was a buck, why are there strippers named Bambi?
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LOL, ah Disney stereotype. Bambi was a buck, why are there strippers named Bambi?
I have no idea why there are strippers named Bambi.

We only asked for Bambi burgers when we wanted fawn.
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Beautiful... I love ground deer meat.
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Bambi burgers are the best. I have a question for you Mr. S&P. Hubby brought home his first steelhead of the season today. How do you fillet it? Hubby usually fillets it with the skin on. A lot of times it's very boney. I don't enjoy eating something that I have to pick through.
Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner (out hunting).
I always fillet with the skin on, then remove it after it is filleted, unless I'm going to smoke it. As far as bones go, I cut out the rib bones then using fish tweezers or needle nose pliers, I remove the pin bones. If you want to enjoy the fish without bones, eat the tail section from just behind the rib cage. There are no bones in the tail!
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LOL, ah Disney stereotype. Bambi was a buck, why are there strippers named Bambi?

Because it's a cute sounding name ending in "i". It doesn't have to be logical.
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Tonights Venison Dinner

VENISON with BROWN GRAVY and MIXED VEGGIES
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