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    Chiili time!

    A little early yet but with another cold front pushing in bringing rain and snow with it, and being how I have some fresh moose meat I made some chilli! Deer(whitetail and mulie) elk and moose.Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks good! I like my chili with a chunk of cornbread or sourdough bread.
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    Not chili without good corn bread

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    That looks tasty. I used up the last of my deer burger in a big pot a couple weeks ago. I'm ready for some more!

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    I made a batch a few days ago. I'm down to 5 packages of steaks, and 5 pounds of meat for jerky, and then I'm out of deer. Just in time to go shoot another one!
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    I have to butcher my kids antelope this weekend and plan on making some myself. Yours looks very tasty
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    I made a big batch last weekend, ground elk and duck breast chunks. The intent was to freeze it all for my upcoming trip, but my daughter loves my chili so less went into the freezer than I was hoping.

 

 

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