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OT What's your fave food?

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  1. bigdogtx

    bigdogtx Well-Known Member

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    Pheasant Poppers
    Original recipe by David Sandlin, revised somewhat by Bob & Shan


    10 (Approx.) Breast and thigh pieces of fresh pheasant
    ½-3/4 cup Soy Sauce (can use reduced salt kind)
    1 ½ TBSP McCormicks “Roasted Garlic” Chicken Seasoning
    2 TBSP Lemon juice
    ¼ cup Olive oil
    1+ tsp. Tony Chachere’s “more spice” Seasoning**
    ½ tsp. Lemon pepper
    1 lb. Peppered bacon, cut in half
    8+ fresh jalepanos, thin sliced lengthwise (with or without veins)
    ¼+ onion, sliced lengths
    1 box toothpicks


    Cut breast and thigh meat into thin sliced pieces approximately 2” X 4”. Combine soy sauce, seasonings, lemon juice and olive oil in large marinating pan. (adjust amounts of marinate to amount of meat) Add sliced fresh pheasant meat. Marinate at least 2 hours, longer if possible. After marinating, take a sliced piece of meat, add a piece of jalepano & or onion, roll up in ½ slice of peppered bacon and pin with toothpick. We sometimes add a piece of onion to the same roll.

    Cook over medium hot coals or BBQ grill fire for approximately 3-5 minutes, turning constantly to cook evenly. Be careful not to burn and watch for fire flare ups with bacon grease. Poppers are done when meat turns white.

    **You can use any other seasoning with spicy flavor that you have on hand.

    The preparation of these poppers takes time but they are delicious! We serve them with wild rice. ENJOY!
     
  2. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

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    Well...I BBQ'd a couple of marinated round roasts for my birthday party last Saturday and it was pretty good eatin'!!....and so were the cabbage rolls my wife made to go with them...
     
  3. Dave P

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    ljutic73:Would you mind sharing the full and exact recipe with us please. Thanks
     
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    thought you wanted to know OUR fave food....Pizza by a long shot
     
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    Fave food is Mexican food - almost any of it. Fajitas are good for the pit. Marinate your fajitas in worchestershire sauce, garlic & oil and slap 'um on the pit. Homemade flour tortillas would be nice too.

    Another one would be redfish on the half shell. When you fillet your redfish just leave the scales and skin on. Then put your fillet, skin side down, on the pit or grill and mop on some melted butter, lemon juice and a little lemon pepper. Now that's good eats!

    Of course, a big pile of boiled shrimp, chilled, are hard to beat on a hot day.

    Got to go! I'm gettin' hungry.

    The Bayrat - Erol Tucker, POC, TX
     
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    Chicken or veal paprikash is one of my favorites . I don`t cook !!!!
     
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    sugarfatsalt
     
  8. Hauxfan

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    Nothing beats nibbling on a woman........

    Hauxfan!
     
  9. Bisi

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    Well he said no veggies, so I guess I shouldn't post my favorite summer dinner.

    Ah hell I'll do it anyway. Slice an onion and saute it in some olive oil about 5 minutes. Toast a good multi grain bread, and spread no fat Philly cheese on it. Put onion on toast with a couple of slices of tomato out of the garden, add lettuce, Italian dressing and salt and pepper to taste! Great summer sandwhich. For a side serving I add green beans, and red potatoes from the garden.
     
  10. birdtracker

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    tater tots!!!! A good hamburger with everything and well done tater tots. Now I am getting hungry!
     
  11. 682b

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    What day is it? Oh it's Saturday evening then it would be Beer, Pizza, Beer. Would that be two food groups or just one?
     
  12. grnberetcj

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    grilled catfish filets....cornbread battered...ice cold watermelon.

    Curt
     
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    Peanutbutter and strawberry jam on fresh whole wheat bread and a glass of cold milk. Maybe a couple of oatmeal raisin cookies also.
     
  14. pendennis

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    Bacon and tomato, Miracle Whip, on toast.
    Watermelon. Red, chilled, and a little salt.
    Hamburgers on the grill, baked beans.
    Tuna salad and tomatoes.
    Iced tea, with lemon (house wine of the south).

    After all, man does not live by bacon and tomato alone.

    Best,
    DEnnis
     
  15. RunGunIPSC

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    I am torn between a really good pizza & lobster tail drowned in butter.
     
  16. bigdogtx

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    "bigdogtx, Another dumb question but do you know if pheasant is sold in stores or on the internet? I ate my last one in December. Thanks. 2str8"

    You may be able to find some especially gourmet places. I have just a few that i took in March. You can use any meat, chicken, beef, duck etc. Dove season is just around the corner.
     
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    Green beans out of the garden, snapped, strung, boiled, and cooked in the pressure cooker for 1/2 hour with a big hunk of salt pork and some cut-up potatoes.


    And a big jar of sun tea to wash it down with.
     
  18. BIGDON

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    Liberal, slow roasted over the fires of hell and then served with a case of reality. If hard to swallow then throw the crap out.
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    Don
     
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    Venison backstrip, slowly baked in a baking bag, served with a dash of Heinz 57. Add a small French Baguette, a slice of Robusto cheese, and a side of Asparagus. A glass of cold water, please.

    Yum, Yum.
     
  20. Charlie Becknell

    Charlie Becknell Well-Known Member

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    Cuban Sandwich, Google on internet. Also, I try to eat the five essential "C's", coke,candy, chips, cookies, and ice Cream.
    Charlie
     
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