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Old 08-07-12, 11:37 AM   #1
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Cooking bambi

I've been given a gigantic section of bambi loin, and it may be too big to cook it in the crockpot like I usually do. so now it's my turn to ask, "how would you cook it"?
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Take a short drive to visit Tom, he'll know what to do.
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smoke it if you have a smoker... Maybe a low temperature grill? Crock pot would be best though, all of the venison I've had has been very tough.
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cut in roast size marinate in verners put in oven pan add some water to pan like 1/5 inch or so and cook at 350 till its done i have no idea what temapture deer reqires .PS id realy get more advice im no expert on deer.This is just what id do if it was me
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Take a short drive to visit Tom, he'll know what to do.
That was my first thought!
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back loin? If so, that is tender meat. Venison in general, if not slow cooking should be cooked rare, otherwise it gets tough. Cut to Steak or roast size, season as you wish and grill it. I prefer Montreal steak seasoning throw some shrooms, onions, peppers in foil with butter and then pile that up on top after it's cooked.
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It went in the crock pot last night and the cats were clamoring for some when I got up. They knew something good for them was in there.
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Make sausage with it.
have it ground up and make chilli.
cut into cubes and make stew with it.
If it's the tenderloin, then roast it with mushrooms, onions, and merlot.
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Mix it with plenty of beef suet and make burger out of it. Use plenty of seasoning to kill the taste. Many dogs will eat it, also.
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