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Mallard. Pellet grilled.
Side dish.
Yellow zucchini, onion, garlic, Anaheim pepper. Here's the brag. Not often I can say I shot/grew everything for dinner.

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Fantastic.

Something so satisfying about garden bounty.
Were at elk camp. Eggs from my daughter, apples from our orchard, zucchini and onions from the garden, and potatoes from the neighbors.
field.
Pickles I made and if I have the energy back at camp, grouse we arrowed a hour ago.

Sadly our honey crisp did bear fruit.
The plumb trees are loaded.
I don't know the variety but the one apple tree is too sweet.
 

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There's something pretty satisfying in a home grown meal .
 

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There's something pretty satisfying in a home grown meal .

My only regret. It's a real one. If I would of taken all those veggies and did them in a cast iron pan. You know, get some burnt edges. Crisp it up a little. Dang. Lessons learned.
 

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I rarely get to break the cast iron out anymore.
But most of my best meals have been in one !
 

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Man that duck looks good!

Ive never cooked a mallard or pintail where my "non duck eating friends"
Have not said Wow!!
It's crazy how much duck hunting becomes more fun once you've learned how to cook.
 

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