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Old 12-03-2009, 11:12 PM   #1
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Default Venison tenderloins

Here is a picture of tonight's dinner. Fresh venison tenderloin medallions in a bourbon/mustard sauce served over fresh noodles. A bottle of homemade malbec rounded out the meal. Following coffee, an IPA (with simcoe hops from Hugh_Jass) will be served.
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Old 12-03-2009, 11:14 PM   #2
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dayum - looks awesome. Hook a sister up with that bourbon/mustard sauce recipe.

I always just marinade my venison tenderloin with balsamic vinegar and wine - bourbon sounds interesting.

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Old 12-03-2009, 11:19 PM   #3
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Oh man, that looks tasty.

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It was supereasy! I just mixed up some soysauce, honey, dijon mustard, and bourbon to taste and used that for the marinade for the tenderloins. Then, I used excess marinade (I made plenty) to boil down a bit and thickened with a bit of cornstarch. That was it. I browned the onions slightly and added the venison until it was medium rare, and then added the mushrooms and the sauce I had made. The venison was by that point a nice medium.

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Old 12-03-2009, 11:27 PM   #5
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Yum, are those soba noodles?

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Yum, are those soba noodles?
I don't want to speak for Yooper, but they look way too fat to be soba noodles. Probably udon from the looks of them.
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No- I didn't even think about soba, but that would have been great!

These are frozen egg noodles that Bob buys occasionally from the store, called Ream's. They taste like fresh homemade noodles. We only have them occasionally (trying to not eat white flour) but they are so good!

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Now, the end of the after dinner drink:

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sounds like a good sauce...I just bagged 2 deer here in WI last week deer hunting and made some backstraps last night...I made a roux with some blackberry brandy, chicken stock, season salt and some flour...and let it thicken and then poured it over the deer meet that had been sauteed in olive oil with mushrooms and onion.

I gotta give your sauce recipe a try..sounds good. Oh also, if you can get Mrs. Kluska's noodles..they are the frickin' cats meow with deer meet. YUM YUM!!

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Now you've piqued Bob's interest! Where do you get Mrs. Kluska's noodles?

I know that kluska is Polish for noodle- but I've never heard of Mrs. Kluska's!

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