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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
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    OK...
    Looks like white bait fritter, squid rings and a sausage roll. Nothing wrong with that I guess.
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    Garlic bread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Garlic bread!

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    Ok. That makes all the difference. Food of champions.
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    Bloody hell @screamO I thought you had a cat on your plate
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    I had a piece of backsteak vacuum packed in the fridge asking to be eaten. After all it had been hung for 4 days and was 15 days since shot.
    Hatched a cunning plan. Sautéed red onion and garlic in Rice Bran oil. Oiled backsteak then salt and ground pepper before frying both sides for 30sec then into the oven for 20min at 180deg and the wrapped in foil and rested
    Was a little over done but very tender

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    Home made Peking duck. Didn't cut it up according to the Chinese 'rules', but tasted rather nice -

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    And due to doing in a oven, now have some great duck fat for roast spuds......
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Very nice"
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    My little effort today from a young stag and also a hind shot on tuesday. 5kg ven fore and offcuts. Mrs caseroled it in the slow cooker and I made the pies with it.
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    While on the subject of minced venison, Saturday nights dinner was

    Venison Lasagna

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    The sight of all those peas made my stomach turn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post
    While on the subject of minced venison, Saturday nights dinner was

    Venison Lasagna

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    Am going to buy a mincer today. Have salamis and sausages from Nick at Kaimai venison and they are beautiful but wouldnt mind making my own, plus mince etc.

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    Shes always a gamble going rare at a hotel, fingers crossed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Shes always a gamble going rare at a hotel, fingers crossed
    Just be careful you don't end up with one of them Kamo Bush Pigs hanging off ya arm mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Just be careful you don't end up with one of them Kamo Bush Pigs hanging off ya arm mate

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    Oh come on Pete, there's nothing wrong with a Waka blonde.
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    Lamb Shanks slow cooked in chopped tomatoes and other stuff.

    Num num num

    There may even be one left over for lunch tomorrow too.
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    Cheers
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