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Thread: More winter hunting, birds & rifle

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    More winter hunting, birds & rifle

    Just something different. Short film as the cold killed off the batteries pretty quick


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    Nice shooting considering the conditions. What's the best way to cook the birds, roasting or casserole or any other way you may do them?

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    Good shooting... -18 Celsius, bloody cold!

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    Meh, the real cold starts at -22 to -25 and it turns brutal below -30 (can't breathe too deep, uncomfortable).

    I don't know the "best" way, but you definitively need to keep them rare. I give them a quick fry in oil with spices and put them in the oven whilst making the vegetables. It should be almost raw in the center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norway View Post
    Meh, the real cold starts at -22 to -25 and it turns brutal below -30 (can't breathe too deep, uncomfortable).

    I don't know the "best" way, but you definitively need to keep them rare. I give them a quick fry in oil with spices and put them in the oven whilst making the vegetables. It should be almost raw in the center.
    After they have been browned / coloured in the pan, have you tried putting them in an oven bag rather than just on a dish ?
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    No I haven't. But now that you have mentioned it, I will try it tomorrow. Makes sense!
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    Tried it, was excellent.

    Marinate in salt, pepper and oil.
    Quick fry (less than 1 minute) high heat.
    Into oven bag and another 7-8 minutes there.

    Result was incredibly juicy and soft. Like eating a meat-peach.
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    Awesome cheers for posting Norway

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    I wondered what you were shooting at till you went and picked up the first one.....I was thinking where is the deer?
    Sure are well camoed in the snow.
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