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    Summer venison, cooked in coals. Reverse sear is the way to go....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick-D View Post
    Summer venison, cooked in coals. Reverse sear is the way to go....

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    What the hell is a reverse sear? sear it on ice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    What the hell is a reverse sear? sear it on ice?
    Haha Nah. Just sear at the end rather than the beginning.

    These get seasoned then go in to the smoker over indirect heat to bring them up to 50 odd deg(rare). Then if there is a decent amount of fat in/on the meat finish them on the coals.

    For venny I usually finish in butter in the pan so provide a bit of fat and some tasty sauce

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    This ^^

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    Fired the pizza oven up and cooked some sour dough loaves, then the back half of a goat, and some spuds. Boiled a few greens and there's tonight's dinner.

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    Very appetising.
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    PFG TBH (Toby speak)

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    Mrs is away, so i had full creative license for the kids dinner tonight.

    I took some meat from two nicely headshot rabbits on Saturday evening, so thought I'd introduced that to the kids.

    Cut into small chunks, egged and coated in panko breadcrumbs, and fast fried in a hot pan.

    Kids hovered it and gave it the thumb of approval.

    It was bloody tasty and the panko crumbs gave a nice krispy touch.

    May have slightly over-cooked it tho as it was a little chewy.

    I won't be wasting any rabbit meat again. Casserole rabbit next.

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    Chill for 3 or 4 days then soak it in a brine or milk for 24 hrs.
    Or better yet 2 heap table spoons of chicken stock powder in water per rabbit.

    I made KFC rabbit the other night. Was even better cold, the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Chill for 3 or 4 days then soak it in a brine or milk for 24 hrs.
    Or better yet 2 heap table spoons of chicken stock powder in water per rabbit.

    I made KFC rabbit the other night. Was even better cold, the next day.

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    Snapper (large thick fillets) Georgian style


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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    PFG TBH (Toby speak)

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    Trimmed the silver skin off the back steaks
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    Beautiful looking meat
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    Kids absolutely loved it, apparently I need to shoot more hares.
    I thought it would be nice but I was totally blown away by how tender and tasty it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
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    The Fish or the bbq?
    That bbq was/is immaculately clean however the inside will always be black as I use it as a smoker.
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    Another feed of BBQ hare
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