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wow now going on 3 yrs


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It has been almost a year and still no one posting in here. id you all lose interest?


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where is everybody?


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welcome to the new members


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Sounds delicious!



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made elk stew left out the potatoes and put in dumplings instead!! LOVED IT!

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Happy new year!

Elk steak fajitas for dinner tonight!!

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Merry Christmas to All!


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How funny my hubby never notices anything.


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This is so naughty but I couldnt resist. I have a 4 1/2 ft tall wooden reindeer christmas card holder. The cards go in the antlers. So I have it out already but I put a small target on the chest of the reindeer .... waiting for my hubby to notice!! So far it has gone 1 day! Santa will probably put me on the bad list for this one!

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11/27/12 12:35 P

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They are the best invention ever. When I was working I used mine all the time so dinner was ready when I got home.


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11/27/12 10:59 A

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i love using the crockpot. Throw it in walk away and do chores, run around and have fun, workout.... come home and tada! It's done.

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11/25/12 9:38 A

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I would say 5-6 hours but all crockpots are different



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11/25/12 9:34 A

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Sounds delicious! How long would you recommend crock potting it for? I want it to be tender, but I want the process to stop before it turns into shreds. (I find that pork shoulder roast does well at five hours on low; and am tempted to try the same for venison neck. -- One can always cook it longer, after all.)




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11/21/12 7:17 A

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Crock pot is good- likes to cook slowly and crockpot does this and makes it so tender.



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The elk or antelope roast sounds delicious. I've had elk once, very much like venison only different (as it were). Sounds like a great Thanksgiving coming your way! (I'll be doing stuffed chicken... oh well...)

At any rate, I do have some venison neck meat that I should be turning into a stew within a couple of weeks. I'm debating whether to do this in the crock pot or stove top. Thoughts?




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11/16/12 11:47 A

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A roast would be good


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With such diverse schedules (Husband is a railroader) and frail parents.... we are thinking of having a roast for Thanksgiving.... elk or antelope. Easier to throw in the crock pot.... Then have a pie and call it good.

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Black Bear I believe.
Wow never had Elk Jerky before- would love to have some...lol


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My hubby and buddy went on yet another hunt - one elk shot by hubby. He split the elk with his buddy so now have another 1/2 elk. He started making jerky yesterday, I made another batch this morning.

Hoping the bear hunt goes well. What kind of bear is he hunting?

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woohoo- that is great news!
My hubby is going bear hunting the week of Thanksgiving so I hope he gets one. He's gone a couple of times before but has never gotten one.


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Hubby got an elk! So now we have antelope and elk meat. Life is good

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Sounds good!


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Last night I sliced up one antelope heart, dipped it pork coating mix, fried in olive oil with a small pat of butter. Fried about 3 minutes only.... then stirred in a splash of lime juice and served it. It turned out so well - surprised myself!!

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I love organ meats also- I like to pickle my hearts. If you need antelope recipes let me know and I can send some to your email for you- but will have to PM me your email so I can scan them and send them.


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We had a successful antelope hunt in Wyoming - now looking up recipes!! Going to try a couple for heart this year.

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My upstairs is almost done! I can't wait. They finish painting in the next couple of days and put the banister and handrail up. Then I have to do the floors and get everything moved back. Then I just need to finish painting a little bit of trim downstairs and they are going to drywall my ceilings in the dining room and bedroom in the next few weeks and then my house will look almost brand new.


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Off to a wild game feed- everyone have a good day!


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How's everyone today?
I am doing good- watching what I eat and tracking it all and so far it is paying off.
Have lots of woodwork to still paint and my floors and steps are being replaced over the next 2 weeks I believe and then the walls and ceilings upstairs just need to be dry walled and my house will finally be finished for my guest arriving from Australia in August. I can't wait!


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Okay- got my Spark Page changed for the New Year and New Start and all my goals and trackers reset. Off now to get the dog's nails cut and then home to put the rest of Christmas away.


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11/12/10 6:41 A

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Squirrel Stew

3-4# squirrel
1 large onion, cut up
1/2 large green pepper, cut up
1 or 2 stalks celery,sliced
2 cloves garlic, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 teaspoon oregano
1 tablespoon dry parsley (or several fresh sprigs)
3 tablespoons ketchup or tomato sauce
cayenne pepper to taste
1 cup of liquid (cider,tomato sauce or water)

Soak fresh or frozen meat overnight in marinade. Cut up meat and brown with vegetables in hot skillet 5-10 mins. Place all meat and other ingredients in crock pot, cover and cook on low 8-10 hours.

To marinade just mix 1/2c.vinegar, 2 TB.salt, 2 cloves garlic,minced and cold water to cover game.


I also just brown my squirrel with the above vegetables and throw it all in the crock pot with a can of diced tomatoes and just cook it that way too.
Either way is good.


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I'll likely crock pot the squirrel this coming weekend. Anyone have a good crock pot squirrel recipe? No breading or dredging in flour, please. (I'm doing the low carb thing, plus squirrel tastes so good that hiding it in breading seems like a shame.)


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11/5/10 6:29 A

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Nice! The small one was tender last night; I simply baked it with ponzu sauce and teriyaki sauce, and a little garlic and pepper.

I think I'll crock pot the other one next week or so (it's in the freezer now).


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11/4/10 6:11 P

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I personally like to do my squirrel stew in the crockpot. It falls off the bones and is so yummy!


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I just joined. A co-worker bagged some squirrels yesterday and he gave me two today. I am freezing the larger one for a future stew but plan to eat the smaller one tonight. Perhaps baked, since it is likely more tender. (Still surfing recipes on the net...)

I had squirrel most recently a couple years ago: it's a great taste treat!

Edited by: CEDARBARK1 at: 11/4/2010 (17:22)

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10/23/10 6:49 P

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I think the trash can turkey is the best way I have ever made it and care free. I believe it is on the recipes thread on here.


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WE HAD FRESH SALMON FROM THE SACROMENTO RIVER. HERE A RECIPE I USED

SALMON FILLET
LEMON PEPPER
GARLIC MINCED
MINCED ONION
ITALIAN DRESSING
BAKE ON 350 DEGRESS INTIL SALMON IS DONE. I ALSO FLIP IT ONCE
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Hello, I just found this team. I'm from Arkansas and my husband hunts deer and turkey. We love it fried, but need healthier recipes.

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Well, it is time to get a new start..as I am at my highest weight in my entire life :(

I am resetting all my goals and all my stats and starting over once again...I need to do something and the meds are sabotaging my weight.


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This is a good reminder my sister,a personal trainer, sent me:

Course, you always need plenty of water; enough that it always looks clear and not cloudy or thick when you “go.” Hopefully you are getting plenty especially during these hot months. Here are some important times to drink it:


2 glasses of water after waking up helps activate internal organs.

1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal - helps digestion and makes you feel fuller faster.

1 glass before and every 15 minutes during exercise (more or less depending on the intensity and temperature) delays fatigue.

1 glass of water before taking a bath - helps lower blood pressure.

1 glass of water before going to bed - avoids stroke or heart attack.


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I tried making wild turkey that had been skinned, wrapped in bacon to keep it moist. It was delicious! Wild turkey doesn't take as long to cook as a regular turkey, perhaps because of the lack of fat, so the trick is to keep it moist and covered. I wrapped the breast in strips of bacon, then covered well with foil, baked at 450 for about 15 minutes to brown flour in the pan, added water to pan, then turned down to 300 and went fishing for a couple of hours. When back from fishing, I took the foil off and let the bacon firm up and brown a bit, then took the turkey out of the oven and recovered with the foil while I finished up the gravy and veggies. The bacon was discarded before slicing.

After removing most of the usable meat and saving or freezing, I boiled the carcass for most of yesterday and will make some soup today.

Anyone else have any wild turkey recipes?

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Last nights dinner was moose "helper". I took a pound of ground moose meat and used a package of lasagna flavored hamburger helper. Moose is a good choice for hamburger helper as it has no fat in the meat. I am one for real flavor in my food, so I always ad a bit of this and that to give it an extra kick. Last night I added a sprinkle of onion soup mix and about 1/2 teaspoon of Mrs. Dash. When the time was almost up (simmering for 10 minutes), I added about 1 l/2 cups of frozen mixed vegetables to round out the meal. This was served with raw carrot and celery sticks and a whole grain bun.

Because our butcher wrapped up all the moose burger in two pound packages, I now have to figure out what to do with the other pound. I usually just add onion soup mix, egg, breadcrumbs and a bit of corn syrup to make up a hamburger mix and have mooseburgers!

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3/12/10 8:30 A

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I would love to see some new recipes for wild game. The "hunting" lifestyle I have never found to be particularly healthy. Lots of fried food, lots of meat, pickled eggs, cheese, chocolate bars, cookies; not a lot of raw veggies floating around moose camp. While my husband and myself do drink, we don't drink to the extent that a lot of people at deer and moose camp seem to.

I am away for the weekend so won't be posting again until Monday. I will post a recipe or two next week for low fat wild game meals, but I would love to see a few posted here when I get back :) emoticon

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So what do you do with all that fish? If you fish for Pike, you know that a good portion of the fish is normally thrown away or into the composter. The Y bones are tiny and plentiful in a Pike and impossible to pick out when you eat the cooked fish, so someone skilled at cleaning a Pike will cut out the whole area containing the Y bones.

We figured out a use for them. We "can" them like tuna to use in sandwiches and when cooked this way, they taste pretty close to tuna in a tuna salad sandwich. To "can" Pike, you take pieces of the raw Y bone meat, cut into 1" chunks, packed into a small mason jar, add a pinch of salt and about a 1/2 teaspoon of vinegar. Fill jars with boiling water to about 1/4 to 1/2 inch from the top for airspace. Put the sealers and lids on the jar hand tight and immerse in water in a large pot. Process (boil) for about 1 hour and remove from heat. When safe to do so, remove jars from water and let cool. Tighten lids, checking to make sure that they are sealed (the top of the sealer is indented) and store until ready for use. These can be stored in the cupboard, the same way you would store a can of tuna, but keep them in a dark cupboard.

The vinegar softens the bones so you don't realize they are there, similar to a can of salmon.

When ready for use, drain the Pike, add onion, celery, Mrs. Dash, salt and pepper and some low fat mayo, and use to make sandwiches or to eat with crackers. You could also use it in any recipe where you would normally use tuna.

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My husband was fortunate enough to catch a 5 pound Lake Trout on the weekend. I had to work unfortunately, so wasn't out there fishing with him. I must say that ice fishing is my least favorite of the ways to harvest our own food, but with a portable ice hut with a heater, it is as comfortable as it can be considering you are out on the ice in the cold.

I cooked the Lake Trout by stuffing it with fake crab meat, onions and celery (which I sauteed in a bit of olive oil for a few minutes, then mixed with the fake crab meat). My husband has recently developed an allergy to shellfish, hence the fake crab, otherwise I would have probably used shrimp. The trout, which was whole but gutted, was then coated with a bit of butter, spread on the skin with my fingers, and salt and pepper, wrapped in foil, then baked in the oven at 400 for about 45 minutes. It was tender, moist and delicious and the stuffing certainly ads to the flavor of the fish. I did flip it over about half way through, then unwrapped one side of the foil at the end of that time and put the grill on, to brown up and crisp the skin which is mostly for looks.

It was a large fish, and much too much food for us to eat in one meal. I hate wasting any kind of food, especially harvested food, so what do you do with leftover baked Lake Trout? Make sandwiches! The next day I added chopped onion and celery, a bit of Mrs. Dash, lemon, salt and pepper and low-fat mayo, and served it on a whole grain bun. My husband said it was just like salmon salad and delicious. He's on day two of eating his Troutwiches.

I have made him fish sandwiches before, using Pike. That is a subject for tomorrow....how not to waste the Y bone area of Pike, which is usually thrown away.

Bon Appetite! emoticon

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Hello Everyone:
My name is Tracey and I live just outside Gananoque, Ontario, Canada. This is the beautiful 1000 Islands Region, full of lakes and rivers; a rural haven for wildlife. I have been hunting for about 10 years now (and is how I met my husband) and fishing since I was a kid.

I spent almost 20 years as a single Mom, mostly working from home, and during that time wild game was our meat of choice as well as necessity.

I found this Team and I see that it is quite inactive, so I applied to be Team Leader and I would like to revive it. Wild game meat, freshly caught fish and freshly shot game birds are not only nutritious and delicious, but are generally very low in fat. Knowing how to cook them into delicious recipes can make the difference between loving wild game and thinking it has a "wild" taste that many find objectionable. Wild game meat and birds, because of the lack of fat, need to be cooked correctly in order not to be tough.

I would love to hear from others on this Team but will start out with a few ideas to get us started.

Let's go Team!

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Good Morning All!

Well I was up to a whopping 200.4 and today I am down to 197.6 so I am happy- I close the month out at a gain though of .6.

Okay tomorrow is May 1st and a new start and a new month and hopefully it will now warm up for good.


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WooHoo got 1 turkey so far- I am ready for a trash can turkey dinner!


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4/18/09 7:36 P

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Sure hope DH gets me a turkey Monday. But if not he has a month to do so. I love cooking them outside under the trashcan they are so good and so easy and no mess.


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3/15/09 9:28 P

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I made my venison meatloaf today with lots of onions and peppers in it. Yummmmmy



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3/14/09 8:02 P

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Where is everyone? Can't wait till April so I can get a wild turkey...yummmo


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3/1/09 6:47 P

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I made some pheasants today in white port wine- ummm those are so good- I love my game birds!


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