What’s For Dinner?

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  1. wankerjake

    wankerjake Member

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    Pesto pasta with meatballs. Homemade venison Italian sausage, provided by my youngest daughter. Pesto is a mint walnut pesto recipe from Rinella’s cookbook. Dynamite:

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  2. 1976B.L.Johns.

    1976B.L.Johns. Member

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    Congratulations to your daughter! :thumbup: Looks like a good meal!

    For us it will be deer track stew. Didn't get a deer this year. Filled my pockets with deer tracks while hunting and threw them in the freezer when I got home.
    They don't take up much room. ;)

    Don't know when I will boil them as we prefer wiener soup. (Much tastier!)
    That is when one saves the water after boiling hot-dogs. :confused:
     
  3. Armored farmer

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    I'm having track soup with @1976B.L.Johns.

    Luckily my boys got some venison for the freezer....
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    I'm not done yet. I'm determined to get one with my xbow. I have until Jan 15th.
     
  4. EMC45

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    Well done to you and her! What caliber and gun?
     
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  5. wankerjake

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    It’s a CZ in 223, 64gr Nosler Bonded.
    Shot was around 50 yards
     
  6. Gooseman69

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    Elk back strap & tenderloins on the smoker for christmas , For tonight it was goose breast wrapped in bacon and marinated in italian dressing seared on the grill /w corn on cob
    And wild rice
     
  7. WisBorn

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    My Buddy in Central Wisconsin shared his venison sausage with me also. I did bring back back several pounds of cheese (it's gone :() and some Spotted Cow (it's gone too :notworthy:) from my trip to WI. Next year :D
     
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