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Elk Stew

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by MountainPeak, Feb 7, 2003.

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  1. MountainPeak

    MountainPeak Member

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    Wish you could be here. Threw in some elk, taters, carrots, onions, corn, added a little cabbage, garlic salt, pepper and my secret seasoning, crock potted it since 7:00 this morning. WOW, I'm a great cook! Gonna have to freeze most of it, looks like enough for 12-14 servings and I'm a big eater!:D I forgot, in keeping with the forum rules, the elk was killed with a firearm.:)
     
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  2. Schuey2002

    Schuey2002 Member

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    Don't forget to save a little for your friends..:D :neener:
     
  3. illuminatus99

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    mmmmmmm, elk.
     
  4. Braz

    Braz Member

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    Yummy!

    And we flatlanders eating hambuger!
     
  5. Kahr carrier

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    Im Hungry Now.;) :neener:
     
  6. Sisco

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    You know, if you froze it and packed it in dry ice and sent it overnight UPS it would probably still be good by the time it got to me. Need my address?
     
  7. Matt G

    Matt G Moderator Emeritus

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    Moving to Hunting forum, as it seems more appropriate there.

    -M.
     
  8. Mannlicher

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    sounds pretty darn tasty!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. JeepDriver

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    I just did the same thing with Venison. I cut up a roast into cubes threw in some potatoes, a bay leaf, and some Bisto gravy mix. No vegatables just meat and potatoes! cooked it in the over for 3 hours. That venison just melted in my mouth.


    To keep with thew forum rules:

    I shot the deer with a Mossberg 500 Trophy using Remington Copper Solids. With a Simmons 2x Shotgun scope.
     
  10. JohnDog

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    Grilled up some elk steak fajitas for the super bowl party. They went pretty fast!

    PS - Elk done in with a 165 gr Sierra SPBT GameKing (to keep with forum rules;) )
     
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