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    Roast hare

    We had roast hare lastnight in the crock pot very yummy, it was PT one he shot in September and had the roast spuds and veggies, that's the roast for the week.

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    now i get some in my samwadge
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    what's the gameyness of a hare like?
    I prefer my meat in its original packaging

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    Quite strong BH but very tastey
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    hmm...I reckon I'll continue letting the dogs have em and I'll just stick to rabbits
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    Quote Originally Posted by seandundee View Post
    now i get some in my samwadge
    I bet that tastes yummy Sean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    hmm...I reckon I'll continue letting the dogs have em and I'll just stick to rabbits
    Wimp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    hmm...I reckon I'll continue letting the dogs have em and I'll just stick to rabbits
    Don't be such a girls blouse Jack. Get it into you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    I bet that tastes yummy Sean.
    yea i finished it pretty fast too!

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    Still don't rate hare, especially after rabbit. Dog food for my boy but each to their own.

    Some plums soaked in whiskey go well with a rabbit roast, or hare if that's what you're into.


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    BH, some trick for ya to make "gamey" meat more palatable

    Hare - brine them for 12 hours in a simple salt , vinegar & water mix

    "Grassy" tasting deer - liberally rub with english mustard, then cook, mustard taste will disappear during cooking
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    Quote Originally Posted by jord View Post
    Some plums soaked in whiskey go well with a rabbit roast, or hare if that's what you're into.

    Sounds good, got a recipe for that one?
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    BH it's delicious , but yeah everyone to their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    Sounds good, got a recipe for that one?
    Jeez Jack how bloody complicated is Plums and Whiskey?
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    Hey mrs DD did it take from September for the head to fall off?
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

 

 

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