Good eats

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  1. J.Bennett

    J.Bennett Elite Refuge Member

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    Things that I hunt for that I enjoy eating:

    Dove, quail, chukar, Hungarian partridge (marinated and grilled);

    Pheasant or cottontail (cacciatore served over polenta);

    Speck breast (lightly seasoned and grilled hot and fast like a steak);


    Things that I fish for that I enjoy eating:

    Halibut or white seabass (either grilled with a little salt, lemon pepper, and garlic, or battered and fried with homemade tartar sauce, or ceviche);

    Any tuna (either sashimi or rolled in sesame seeds and cooked for 20 seconds/side in a smoking hot frying pan then sliced thin and served a soy/wasabi/lime dip or served on a salad with dressing made from oil, rice wine vinegar and wasabi);

    Rockcod/Lingcod (battered and fried served either as a sandwich on sourdough with homemade tartar sauce, or as tacos)


    Things that I don't hunt or fish for that I enjoy:

    Lamb chops (grilled rare to med-rare)
     
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  2. callinfowl

    callinfowl MEGA.

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    Grandma's homemade veal Ravioli's smothered in her home made gravy / paste sauce. Just to spend one more time with my Grandma / Noni, hell I'd eat liver and onions just to see her one more time.:yes:yes:yes

    Mom's Veal Braciole and gravy / pasta sauce over homemade pasta or polenta.:yes:bow:bow:bow
     
  3. chessydogs

    chessydogs Refuge Member

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    Either a fresh caught fried softcrab sandwich topped with garden tomatoes or steamed hardcrabs. Both washed down with ice cold beer on a warm summer day.
     
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  4. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Just not sure about eating their guts, poop and everything else in there...
     
  5. kahunna

    kahunna Elite Refuge Member

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    Probably better that you live in CO and not on the east coast spaightlabs.:)
     
  6. bang you'r dead

    bang you'r dead Canada Forum Mod. Eh! Moderator

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    Manitoba surf and turf....aka walleye and moose steaks
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  7. callinfowl

    callinfowl MEGA.

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    Noni's homemade Conoli's , there was no recipe she took them with her to the grave.:(
     
  8. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Everyone I know from Maryland and other spots east loves them like no other. I can't get past eating a crab full of poop...

    Call me crazy, but I don't eat the 'vein' from shrimp either...o_O
     
  9. dawgman

    dawgman Elite Refuge Member

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    NOW We're talking!
     
  10. pentail

    pentail Administrator Moderator

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    Brisket

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