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Post  Maddox on 2010-04-28, 22:13

There is probably only one other thing I love to do as much as I love to hunt……that's EAT. I live by the rule that if I shoot it I am going to eat it (that rule has been put in place in my more recent years as I am sure you all have shot things you weren’t suppose to as a kid and I am pretty sure you wouldn’t be eating those creatures. Nothing like a hot crow stew or tweety bird skewers). Below is a recipe for Venison sliders that has gotten some pretty good reviews for those that have been fortunate enough to have them. Please share with me any recipes you all have as I am sure there are some good ones out there. .

1 lb Ground Venison
½ Onion (red or white)
½ Bell Pepper (Can be substituted with a whole chopped jalapeno if you like it spicy like I do)
2 cloves of garlic
Couple dash’s of Worcestershire Sauce
Package of Slider Rolls (Dinner Rolls work great)

Directions; Mix all that crap together, season with your favorite seasonings (I roll with Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder and Crushed Red Pepper) and let sit for a couple hours in the fridge. Fire up the grill then have a beer. Once grill is 475-500 cook sliders to your preference of doneness (unless you want crumbly venison cakes I suggest medium to medium rare). About 2 min before the sliders are done throw on the rolls to crisp them up. By now if you haven’t had another beer I am not sure what you are doing. Sit down at the table crack your next one and enjoy these tasty treats.

Stay tuned for Philly Duck Steaks and BBQ Venison Meatballs. Can’t wait to see what you guys have for me to try!

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