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Old 12-14-2010, 04:24 PM   #1
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Default Mixing MEATS (different animals)

I don't want to hear about TURDUCKENS. Bird on bird on bird is not crossing any taboo boundaries, and the whole practice is horsesh!t anyways, for the same reason "stuffing" doesn't work.

The internal temp of the inner most thing must be so high that the outermost thing is cooked to HELL.

Bacon also has become a seasoning, and is not taboo anywhere.(so BACON on a TURDUCKEN is just more white noise)

I cooked some shrimp in a skillet the other day while feeling LAZY. The skillet had previously warmed up some chicken soup which I dumped but did not rinse.

The chicken flavor on the shrimp was AWESOME! And yet I am a little squeamish about deliberately re-creating this. Silly, I know.

I like pork, lamb, deer, beef, mixed in chili.

What are some other good combinations af animals that are made mostly of MEAT?


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Old 12-14-2010, 04:32 PM   #2
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Veal and pork is hardly worth mentioning and not at all out of the ordinary... however, it is delicious.


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Old 12-14-2010, 05:22 PM   #3
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I make stuffed chicken legs "A La Regence". The legs are de-boned and stuffed with the chicken breast made into forcemeat wrapped around slices of beef tongue, then sewn up, seered and baked.
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Old 12-14-2010, 05:26 PM   #4
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To me, it's all about grinding up beef & lamb, mixing them together, and applying appropriate spices. Oh, gyro, how could I ever live without you?
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When making homemade pasta sauce, in addition to adding homemade meatballs, add a piece of pork.

I like to buy "country ribs"; I can usually find a small cheap package for about a buck and a half that contains half a dozen or so. When you get home, individually wrap & freeze them. Then, when you make sauce, brown one of these, then add it to the sauce & let it cook for a few hours on low.

This is so cheap to do & makes such a big difference. The combination of beef & pork works magic in pasta sauce...
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Veal and pork....got it, pork and pasta.....OK.....

Pork just makes everything better!
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I grew up on Meatloaf made from Beef, Pork, and Lamb and all others just pale in comparison.
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Mmmmm.... I made a lamb loaf last week that was to die for.
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Venison and Elk at a 50/50 mix makes for a fantastic sausage!
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Damn AZ! That is rare info to be sure.

Is Elk as gamey as venison? I like deer OK, but I like strong seasoning with the gaminess.


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