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    The Wild Game Eats Thread...

    Based on recent topics and discussion, it?s pretty obvious that we have some accomplished Wild game cooks. This thread will be for posting all of your Wild game food pics!
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    Some duck breast sliced up before finishing in oven. BBQ sandwiches...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
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    Me too, it should be fun!
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    Some duck breast sliced up before finishing in oven. BBQ sandwiches...
    With appetizing images such as this, I can say I'm excited as well.

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    This one isn't overly elaborate, but it's a favorite at our house. I make any 40 pounds of breakfast sausage a year with scraps from everything, I do add about 20% pork fat to it so it'll pan fry without burning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by go_deep View Post
    This one isn't overly elaborate, but it's a favorite at our house. I make any 40 pounds of breakfast sausage a year with scraps from everything, I do add about 20% pork fat to it so it'll pan fry without burning.
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    Last year for the first time, I tried bacon ends & pieces ground into the sausage mix instead of pork fat. It was outstanding. (20%)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Last year for the first time, I tried bacon ends & pieces ground into the sausage mix instead of pork fat. It was outstanding. (20%)
    Brandon taught me to use Bacon for burgers. It works really well and the fat holds the meat together really well when I smoke it.
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    I ground my wild turkey this year with bacon ends and pieces and it was the best thing I made over the last year.

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    Hands down, my absolute favorite recipe for any wild game, is my "Springfield style" Cashew Turkey. Fantastic! Nearly all our turkeys go to some sort of Chinese type recipe... Cashew turkey, sweet and sour, general tso, and kung pao. Venison w/broccoli is a pretty solid one too.

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