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    oh my my
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    Oh hell yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCWOODROW View Post
    ……that includes backstrap too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thawhacker View Post
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    Listen here goober don't be putting shit all over them.. no bacon, no dale's, no allegro.. just salt, pepper, garlic, some olive oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Listen here goober don't be putting shit all over them.. no bacon, no dale's, no allegro.. just salt, pepper, garlic, some olive oil
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    No. Even though 2th will be like "it's got oil, garlic, and spices and what not, what's wrong with it.. do yall not like flavor". The main problem is people eating game that's overcooked or something poured over trying to mask flavor that doesn't need to be masked. It's good meat. It's not a spoonbill

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    I'm more of a salt pepper garlic and olive oil or clarified butter in a hot pan for about 2 minutes per side. Most folks who mess up venison do so by over cooking it but at the same time they would eat a beef steak rare.

    Yours and Woodrows and many more I've seen on here are definitely not over cooked
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    You've got loins and tenderloins off of those animals, it's not much meat. Mustard fry or do whatever with the rest, but eat those things like a grown up and enjoy them for what they are...

    I like mustard fried cube steak so there. But for all that pure, I don't need one more person in my life telling me about f'n poppers and their special methods

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    Typing at the same time

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    Brisket and ribs.

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    I'm gonna try some pork belly burnt ends
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    It'll probably taste like tofu and shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    It'll probably taste like tofu and shame

    I laughed way too hard at that.

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    Soak my loins in salt water over night and then EVOO and meat church holy cow. Smoke at 225 until 125 internal then let them rest and crank the cooker wide open and open the sear grate to expose the direct fire. just charbroil the outside to your liking. The trick is letting them rest and stop cooking BEFORE you sear the outside. Same as above for beef except no salt water brine.

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    Oh yeh, I finish all red meat off the grill with Kerrygold butter

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    Not letting beef rest can downplay some of the best cooks
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