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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by chet again, Oct 9, 2019.
the answer is in the last six words.
I also like to make deer tacos. I just use the McCormick taco seasoning package with ground deer meat.
I don’t add any fat to my deer when grinding it. I figure I get plenty of fat in my diet as it is.
Pics or it didn't happen.
That makes her your great-niece.
Yeah . We all know about it Downunder.
My hands are too messy when I'm grinding the meat.
Making sausage out of Fred, I'll give you sausage.
The lovers had a spat?
The meat and grinder.
send some over to Toto's Dad yesterday he was so desparate he ate a cow pucky with cheese,
I used to fish at a pond for LMB in Ft. Monmouth, NJ. A young buck used to bed in some trees near the bank. He used to come for a drink now and again and didn't like me being there. He'd make noises and stamp his hooves. He got so used to me that when the rut started one year he walked right by me on the way back to his bed like I wasn't there.
Nice job on the burger. I’ve ground my own deer in the past, but I always turned most (or all) of it into hot sausage. We use it in chili and lasagna and spaghetti sauce and manicotti... it’s all good.
I bought casings to stuff sausages one year; those things stink something awful - you really have to rinse the heck out of them. But, the best sausage “links” I ever made were done with the sausage stuffing attachment but no casings at all. Used the skinniest attachment I had, so they were skinny little skinless sausages. Perfect for breakfast.
Another cool tool I bought was a jerky gun. Just stuff it full of your seasoned ground meat, and it shoots out ribbons of meat ready for the dehydrator.
I haven’t hunted in years, but threads like this make me want to get back into it.
Made two burgers out of the regular burger meat today. Tasted pretty good. I cooked them on the outdoor grill but I think I'd like 'em better pan fried. I'll try out the steak burgers next.