cooking buffies

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  1. goodole'boy

    goodole'boy Senior Refuge Member

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    whats the best way to cook up buffies as well as other divers? i shot one yesterday and dont know how to prepare it.
    many thanks,
    trey:)
     
  2. lwingwatcher

    lwingwatcher Elite Refuge Member

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    Some Wisconsin boys did some grilledbuffie kabobs over at the MLB Long Point hunt that you would not believe.

    I think they marinaded them for about 1/2 hour in Adolph's meat marinade (in the packet). Those kabobs were to die for...

    1/2 slice bacon around buffie strips, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, whatever else ya put on your kabobs--grill to the bacon is done and you won't believe a buffie could taste that good!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    BRETT McCUTCHEON Elite Refuge Member

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    I agree with Lwing. I marinated mine in Adolph's mesquite. I even did Goldeneye, with the bacon too. It was excellent. The longer you marinade, the better they are too.;)
     
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    Goldy Elite Refuge Member

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    Yep, Adolph's is the way to go!
     
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    Doctari Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    That is by far the best way to eat them. If you think that was good, try it with a Goose breast. Cut the breast in 1/8" strips the length of the breast and lay it on the 1/2 slice of bacon before rolling.

    If you guys are looking for other good recipe's go to the Wisconsin page and at the top we have a sticky with wild game recipes. There are alot of winners there.

    WI. Recipes .
     
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    egadwall Elite Refuge Member

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    chunked and cooked in chili is good, too ...
     
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    Yes, Chesapeake. We had some leftovers once and tried making a pot of chili with the diver leftovers instead of the beef. IT'S GREAT! Since then, I dice up all the goose leg meat and goldeneye/buffies/shoveler-when-my-son-shoots-one-by-mistake and save it for chili.

    Like all good chili, it even tastes better after the leftovers have been warmed up a bit.
     
  9. goodole'boy

    goodole'boy Senior Refuge Member

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    where can i find some of that Adolfs marinade? what stores carry it?:confused:
    many thanks,
    trey
     
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    Goldy Elite Refuge Member

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    Most food stores carry it (around here anyway)

    It's called Adolph's 15 minute meat marinade. Comes in a packet you mix with water. You might want to check in the meat section of your store.
     

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