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Old 04-21-2009, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default Saturday's Dinner (posted a little late)

This past Saturday I went to my brother's rod & gun club for one of their Game Dinners. All the dishes are prepared by members of the club using ingredients that they caught/killed/gathered themselves. These dinners are loads of fun and the food is great. Here's the menu:





My favorites were the Venison Ravioli (though I would consider them Pierogies) and the Pheasant Cannelloni.

I brought a growler of an E.F. clone and a growler of my Bourbon Oaked RIS to share with my table. All of it was gone by the fifth course.

Unfortunately I didn't win any of the raffle prizes.

This is what was served at another one of these dinners a couple years ago.

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wow, that sounds delicious. time to make supper i think....

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The concept of venison carpaccio scares me, but I know I'd still have to try it.

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The concept of venison carpaccio scares me, but I know I'd still have to try it.
It was seared though, not raw like traditional carpaccio.
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Yeah, I was alittle apprehensive about the carpaccio at first but it turned out to be more like extremely rare London Broil, very tasty.

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Even if it's seared, I'd be apprehensive of any wild game undercooked. It's not just e coli you have to worry about. I'd have still tried it though. Can't resist a gustatory adventure, even if I end up with worms.

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Even if it's seared, I'd be apprehensive of any wild game undercooked. It's not just e coli you have to worry about. I'd have still tried it though. Can't resist a gustatory adventure, even if I end up with worms.
Well, I ate it on Saturday and no problems so far... I'll start new thread on the dangers of eating under cooked game complete with pictures if I end up getting sick
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Well, I ate it on Saturday and no problems so far... I'll start new thread on the dangers of eating under cooked game complete with pictures if I end up getting sick
If you pass a 30' tapeworm and don't post pictures of it, I'll start a petition to have you removed from HBT.
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