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Discussion in 'Recipes' started by sjemac, Dec 20, 2005.
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I made a merganzer today that was out of this world. all you need is merganzer. garlic cloves, onion, lemon, orange, bacon,an orange and red bell pepper, labatte Beer. First start by taking the bird ( mine is breasted out with the legs) and put it into a plastic container. take one cup of salt pour it in. take 1'2 of the onion and cut it up and put in. take three garlic cloves and smash them and spread them in. fill with water. put in fridge and let it sit for 3 - 4 days while poking the meat with a fork. then put all the meat ; cut the meat off of the legs and put into a pot. then pour in the beer. turn on high. WATCH OUT AS THE BEER BEGINGS TO BUBBLE, IT CAN OVER FLOW. WHEN IT HAS BEEN COOKED. TAKE A SMALL TYPE OF COOKING PAN. line it with alumminum foil. then cover the bottom with baconput the meat in. cut up the rest of the onion. smash in three cloves of garlic squeeze all the juice from the lemon and orange. i throw the orange and lemon in too. cut up the red and orange pepper. cover the rest with the left over bacon. then drench with bbq sauce. put in oven on 350 for about an hour and a half. believe me its good.
Sounds good but will the cup of salt effect my blood presure?
Hell you could follow that recipe with a piece of rotten dog meat and it would taste great!!
you need breasts of 1 merganser, 30 pk busch light, good ole milwaukee, or other brew.
1) drink until you cant taste the beer
2) flash fry the breast
3) alternate between bite and slosh of beer
add breasts of two sawbills to one big can of beef broth.
add one rock (aka BFR) about head sized or three or four to equal.
ads spices you like.
Add a bunch few veggies you like.
simmer for 5 hours a few more to tenderize if needed,
Throw out saw bills eat rock(s). The stones will taste better.
You can make 'em into sausage too. Just mix 1 to 1 with pork.
AS in the meat from one merg mixed with the meat from one hog...
Now that's funny!
roll in buttermilk, roll in corn meal & deep fry in peanut oil, drench in tarter sause serve with french fies & hushpuppies.(Note, cook fries & hushpuppies first)