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    My favorite winter meal Old School, Venison, Farm House Casserole.we had tonight put on at 10am at smoko after l cleared out & restacked the house fire wood pile & had at 6 for tea .

    Used up a bit of the last Fallow stag l had hanging & some Red deer l was trying out new Salami/beer stick/jerky recipes on .

    Nice & simple to do in the slow cooker ,set & forget for 8 hrs or so in the slow cooker & good to go .Works out to around 8+ hearty meals for me & the missus ,l normally have another go for lunch the following day & freeze the rest in 2 meal portions & serve those on a bed of noodles,for a quick & easy meals.

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    Damn slow cookers are bloody great! Meal looks epic @bunji. Would have to leave out the peas for the missus here though.
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    Tonight I did some boneless wild pork loin cutlets. Marinated all day in a mix of honey, dijon mustard, soy sauce, garlic, rosemary & thyme. Then pan fried on a medium heat til cooked through. Served with homemade chips done in the air fryer (my brother brought one with him when he moved in with us in Jan- shit that thing was a revelation) & garlic fried red cabbage!
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    Happy 9th b day, daughter.
    Second year in a row in lock down.
    She's handling it well.
    Theres going to be a big party out the end of this one.

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    With a non dad made cake, and friends.... Not just parents and bro....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Happy 9th b day, daughter.
    Second year in a row in lock down.
    She's handling it well.
    Theres going to be a big party out the end of this one.

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    With a non dad made cake, and friends.... Not just parents and bro....
    With a fun day out on Rushy’s range. Happy birthday little one.
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    Everybody cooks veni ribs for their dog right?

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    Fussy Bitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Everybody cooks veni ribs for their dog right?

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    Fussy Bitch.
    You're weird.
    Salt and chilli on those and they a prem human food!

    But I guess, if you really like your dog, all OK.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    You're weird.
    Salt and chilli on those and they a prem human food!

    But I guess, if you really like your dog, all OK.....
    If they didn't have that hole in them they would have been slow smoked and glazed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    If they didn't have that hole in them they would have been slow smoked and glazed.
    I didn't see that��
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Skinned flounder fillets.

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    Just for a change really but I think I prefer them skin on.
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    I don’t think I’m gonna even bother with vegetables. Ruapehu red hind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyblown View Post
    I don’t think I’m gonna even bother with vegetables. Ruapehu red hind.

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    I like it rare but thats pushing it even for me.....could you at least wave a hairdryer over it?
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    Hot smoked a couple of trevally fillets last night. Then shredded em up and made into a hot smoked fish pasta bake. Delicious & hearty and a great way to make a couple fillets go a long way. No photos of the end product as it got demolished pretty quick.
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    Homekill lamb neck chops tonight. Slow cooked in olive oil with salt and then reverse seared in a sizzling hot pan. Almost as good as rib chops. This is rapidly becoming my favourite way of cooking less than premium cuts of meat.
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