I'm making deer hamburger today...

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  1. Lawdawg

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    Mouth watering! Do you season or spice it with anything? I usually find that venison takes somewhat different seasonings than I would use for beef.

    Also, hats off to the folks with the skill to hunt and harvest their own meat.
     
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    Dear Hamburger,

    Get into ma mouf!!!!

    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Whitetail?

    Tasty stuff!
     
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    We have lots of farms here. The deer are all beautifully fatty and marbled, but our "wild game" is all raised on Roundup ready GMO corn and soybeans.
     
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    During my high school years (early sixties) in Fairbanks, Alaska our main meals consisted mainly of Moose my dad an I got hunting. Roasts, steaks, with mooseburgers being my favorite. On occasion we would have caribou and bear. Since those days I have eaten other wild game but mostly during the time I was making a lot of trips to the European Union before retiring.
     
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    I have one pack left
     
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    Well, you're right near a bunch of wild hogs and deer where you are.
     
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    My plan is to first use up all the packs of "burger" meat then use the smaller pieces of "steak" I have bagged to make "steakburger" see if there's a lot of difference in taste between the two.

    In a few weeks I'll bag another fresh deer and compare the burger meat from that to the older meat.
     
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    True and on October 19th when I go to my picking buddy's house for jamming we will have some Feral Hog that his son bagged this past weekend;)
     
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    Had Sloppy Joes tonight made from Elk burger. Nothing better.....
     
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    Bowhunting is in season here in Maryland now. I don't bowhunt myself (just rifle and muzzleloader), but I helped a friend track and drag out a buck last weekend that he killed. It dressed out at 160 lbs!!! I will be getting a good chunk of that. It's at the butcher now, and we'll pick it up this weekend. Deer fajitas have been my favorite of late.
     
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    Tell us how you make them.
     
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    Happy hunting. Careful what you shoot. We here all about that here.
     
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    Marinate 1 to 2 pounds of butt steak several hours (e.g. overnight) in plastic bag filled with the following mixture:
    • 2 tbsp chopped cilantro
    • 1/4 cup fresh orange juice
    • 1/4 cup white vinegar
    • 1 tbsp season salt
    • 1 tsp cumin
    • 1 clove garlic
    • 1/8 tsp cayenne
    • 1/4 tsp black pepper
    Grill over charcoal and slice into fajita size strips. Serve with whatever you like with fajitas...tortillas, shredded cheese, pico, etc. I usually also grill some onion and bell pepper.
     
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    I'll spice up the meat when I start making sausage.

    I bought a sausage maker a few months ago. I didn't realize that I have all the stuff to make sausage with the grinder I already have.

    That's what I get for procrastinating...:rolleyes:
     
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    What you mean?
     
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    I'm going to have sloppy joes tonight at my niece's HS volleyball game.

    That is- she's my nephew's daughter but I still call her my niece. Is that the proper thing?

    Kinda cornfused about it...
     
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    I'm waiting for Impossible Elk.
     
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    I can't prove it, but I'm VERY conspiritorially-minded (dunno if that's actually a word either, chet again..... :D ), and I firmly believe the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife quit making deer and elk this year.......

    Except the ones that trampled and ate my buddy's garden a coupla weeks ago..... :rolleyes:

    Hopin' y'all can fill some tags!!!
     
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