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Old 11-20-2019, 08:14 AM   #1
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Will try this very shortly, as rain and clouds have paid a visit to the northern Chihuahuan desert of southern New Mexico, reminding me so much of this season back home in Oregon.


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Old 11-20-2019, 11:06 AM   #2
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I could barely make it out through all the ads but it sounds very similar to the recipe I use for my pot roast. Just has different veggies. I take the liquid and thicken it with corn starch to make a light gravy.


I use Cabernet Sauvignon for my wine choice, just because it's one that I will drink the extra.

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Old 11-21-2019, 07:32 AM   #3
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A couple nice winter style recipes......

I have some venison that needs to get eaten up, think I'll try both................

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Old 11-21-2019, 07:55 AM   #4
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A trick I figured out to help offset a dry venison roast is to put pieces of butter and garlic in it. I take a stick of butter and cut it to make 1/4"x1/4"x 1" or so pieces. Then they are frozen. Before I sear the roast I'll cut little slots in it and stuff a frozen butter stick or garlic clove in.

Don't over cook it either. I know the recipe says something like 3-4 hours for older deer. I tried that, it was horrible. I cook mine for about an hour.

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I am also tempted to try to make homemade pasta. Maybe Santa will bring me a pasta roller ... if I am good. Fat chance!
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I am also tempted to try to make homemade pasta. Maybe Santa will bring me a pasta roller ... if I am good. Fat chance!
I don't count on Santa anymore. Apparently his idea of a good boy and my idea of a good boy are two different things. I've resorted to buying stuff throughout the year. It just makes life that much easier.

Pasta and tortillas are two food items on my list for this year to learn.

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