The Wild Game Eats Thread...

go_deep

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Deer roast 5 hours in the crockpot with celery, mushrooms, and carrots, made brown gravy with the juice. Large slice of roast with celery and mushroom piled on with gravy on top, mash taters were to clean up the extra gravy. Good meal on a cold day!

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Johnbud

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That looks great. Is your recipe really that simple? I need simple recipes as I have no cooking skills. I'm planning to put an antelope roast in the slow cooker on Sunday to enjoy with football.
 
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That looks great. Is your recipe really that simple? I need simple recipes as I have no cooking skills. I'm planning to put an antelope roast in the slow cooker on Sunday to enjoy with football.

I put some salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder on the roast, 2 cups water, added vegetables with 3 hours left.
Gravy was 2 cups juice from the crockpot, 2 tablespoons butter, corn starch to thicken.
 
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That looks great. Is your recipe really that simple? I need simple recipes as I have no cooking skills. I'm planning to put an antelope roast in the slow cooker on Sunday to enjoy with football.
It's pretty hard to mess up a roast in a crock-pot. Just some salt and pepper and some sliced onions and a couple of cans of crm of mushroom soup with some extra mushrooms, canned or fresh makes no difference.
That's about as simple as it gets. You can experiment with any other ingredients you like as well.
 
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Made 20# pastrami, 10# hamed deer, 10# salami, 10# jalapeno salami, 10# smoked bologna, 5# each of original snack sticks, spicy snack sticks, sweet and spicy Italian, and pepperoni. Finally get to eat, drink, and reminisce about the previous hunting season!
Also made a spicey sweet fried goose with rice on Sunday, we'll be killing as dang many of them as we can in the future!!
 

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cacklercrazy

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Something stupid easy, but taste incredible is to cube your meat. This can be done with anything. Deer or elk rounds work good. Goose breast will also work. Just chicken fry them. I mix seasoning and flour together coat meat then dip in scrambled eggs then dip in Italian bread crumbs. Then brown. I place in oven to finish cooking on low heat. They will be super tender. Server with mash potatoes and gravy.