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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 880228 times)

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Online Jrasmussen

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I am not a big turkey fan but all three of those looks great guys!!  :bow:

Offline Bobberineyes

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That looks dynamite coop!!

Offline Bobberineyes

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Not sure of this grilling under the lights at 5, but it's dinner fer 2. Chuckeyes,  spuds,  shrooms n and a side salad.  I see she is side tracked by wheel of fortune after dinner but I'm not buying it,.... :surrender:
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Hope your chastity remained untarnished boober. On the bright side, Mrs. Cheviot shares a similar affliction with Wheel of Boredom. Burgers under the lights last nite with a big ol' hunk of raw onion, smashed taters, cottage cheese, celery sticks & sunflower salad. Oh & the hammer of the gods...🍸
« Last Edit: December 12/04/23, 02:57:14 PM by Dotch »
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Man, what a combo.   :happy1:

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Knew this a.m. the wife was gonna be late so asked her what time she guesstimated her ETA would be. 8 p.m. she said so told her I'd get something to put on the grill. Got mushroom & Swiss, dill pickle & pineapple teriyaki brats then fired up the grill about 7:30. Coals were ready about the time she got home. Guess what? She brings home a Papa Murphys! Not a problem. Had a brat hot off the grill while I was waiting for the pizza to get done!  :doah:

« Last Edit: December 12/07/23, 09:20:31 PM by Dotch »
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Did you get enough of them on there Dotch?  LOL  They look great!

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Did you get enough of them on there Dotch?  LOL  They look great!
got to have left overs!!!   and then there is breakfast too!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Right Mike. Great leftovers.  Won't have to cook for a few days. 

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I'm thinking venison tenderloins.  :azn:
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I'm thinking venison tenderloins.  :azn:

Already grilled mine up the Tuesday after MN gun opener. There is nothing better!

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Do y'all run into folks that confuse venison tenderloins from backstrap? 

I think its because the venison backstrap is about the same size as a beef tenderloin.

Personally, I prefer the venison backstrap to the tenderloins.  Eating is good with a deer in the freezer.

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Do y'all run into folks that confuse venison tenderloins from backstrap? 

I think its because the venison backstrap is about the same size as a beef tenderloin.

Personally, I prefer the venison backstrap to the tenderloins.  Eating is good with a deer in the freezer.

yes I have!!!   and I enjoy both!!! 
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Do y'all run into folks that confuse venison tenderloins from backstrap? 

I think its because the venison backstrap is about the same size as a beef tenderloin.

Personally, I prefer the venison backstrap to the tenderloins.  Eating is good with a deer in the freezer.
i havent but i remember back in the day when we first started cutting up our own deer......we never new about the tenderloins!!!! :confused: :bonk: :bonk:

i plain like any venision!!!!
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My daughter showed the probable-future-son-in-law where the tenderloins were last year and I had him peel them out this year so he knew how to do it.  Before that, his crew was always throwing them away too.   :embarrassed:

Yep, I don't particularly go for recipes that try to cover up the flavor of game.  If you need to cover up the flavor, cook cow instead. :chef:

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I have run into some people that did not know about the tenderloins.  :bonk:
The backstraps or chops is the 2nd best cut from the animal my opinion.

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Did you get enough of them on there Dotch?  LOL  They look great!
They sure do lps, thinking papa Murphys was a disguise momma employed,  he might still be running his fence lines after that brat performance!  :bow:  The tailgater got the nod here ( I need charcoal) mushroom and high temp cheese burglars. Momma whipped me up a Colorado bulldog,  dang was that tasty!  Pretty sure she's just trying to slow me down,  might hafta fake stomach cramps cuz playing dead isn't working...

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My daughter showed the probable-future-son-in-law where the tenderloins were last year and I had him peel them out this year so he knew how to do it.  Before that, his crew was always throwing them away too.   :embarrassed:

:doah: :doah:  Tell her there's other guys out there honey!   :tut:   :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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Ribeye and sirlion tip steak from the new place.  I'm impressed.  :happy1: :hubba:glad I don't gotta worry about my wife attacking me! :pouty:
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2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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You so sure of that Glenn? Her fingernails look perty long... :bow:  Looks dynamite and I wish you well!!

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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Ribeye and sirlion tip steak from the new place.  I'm impressed.  :happy1: :hubba:glad I don't gotta worry about my wife attacking me! :pouty:
Does she ever ask "yeah the he11 do we have to take a picture of everything we eat?" 🤔  😅
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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Ribeye and sirlion tip steak from the new place.  I'm impressed.  :happy1: :hubba:glad I don't gotta worry about my wife attacking me! :pouty:
Does she ever ask "yeah the he11 do we have to take a picture of everything we eat?" 🤔  😅
other then her infamous  eye roll now and then ... NOPE
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You can see Shadow eying them up too.  :rotflmao:
Hey look your bobber is up!

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You can see Shadow eying them up too.  :rotflmao:
:happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: yea if there's food anywhere within a 3 block vicinity........he's on it!!!! :doah: :scratch: :rotflmao:
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Hopefully Mrs. boober didn't put any of those Bill Cosby drugs in yer drink boober. Wow! Yer right. Smurfette really has some claws! Hope you were able to swing wide & avoid them glenn. Nice to see you actually put food on the plates rather than just eating out of the pan too. Of course it could just be a photographic ruse to throw us off too... :scratch:
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Christmas eve supper just me and wife. Well it's both stove and grill. Yea I grilled in the rain! :happy1:
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Well I'll be right side up  :happy1:

I should  teach classes   :crazy: :rotflmao:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!