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Post by Broz on Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:25 pm

Well, I tore off the kitchen last sept. and still have yet to get a kitchen in. Been eating at resurants and from a box for months.... We hope to be hanging drywall in the next few weeks.... Very Happy
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Post by JB on Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:37 am

This is a great start to this topic area. Maybe we can share some favorite recipes as time goes on and we happen to think of them. Ed, that sounds like a great meal!!!! I wish I lived closer Very Happy

I'll dig up some good pheasant/grouse/woodcock/waterfowl recipes for you guys.

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Post by KingCobraTX on Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:21 am

Man I'm drooling just reading that...sounds like a fine meal Smile
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Dinner tonight

Post by BigHorn WBY on Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:13 am

Work has been a bit hectic for some reason and the weather has been typical Wyoming early spring, pretty crappy. Anyway we have been eating rather pedesterian lately and I was sure the clan was tired of it. Tonight I thawed some Alaskan Moose backstrap (courtesy of Chris Magnessen) and started a quick gravy/rue in a big fry pan. The ingredients consisted of olive oil, teriaki, minced garlic. Add the meat and braise fast. Cut heat and cover while cooking the rest. Some frozen mixed veggies and some french fries style baked potates and we where set.
Very quick to do on a crappy day and kept us all at the table long after the food was finished. Very nice.
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