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GregManning

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My sister lives in Orford, NH; ~1/4 mile off the Appalachian Mountain Trail.
A nearby church in Bradford, VT has sponsored a Game Supper annually for more than 65 years.
Deer, moose, beaver, boar, bear, water buffalo, rabbit, pheasant, duck, etc, etc
I think the last plate cost I heard was $35 ! ! !
 

TREEXPERTSCT

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My sister lives in Orford, NH; ~1/4 mile off the Appalachian Mountain Trail.
A nearby church in Bradford, VT has sponsored a Game Supper annually for more than 65 years.
Deer, moose, beaver, boar, bear, water buffalo, rabbit, pheasant, duck, etc, etc
I think the last plate cost I heard was $35 ! ! !
This dinner we host is just for me and like 5 of my buddies, there are game dinners around here but they are usually between $60-$80 per plate, that is insane for just $35
 

RopeShield

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What I just had cept with poutin. more cheese than bun more burger than any human should eat in one sitting. pullin trees out of the river and wreckin hedges. makin tracks in slush and ice deservin, lager of course
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GregManning

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Stir-Fry Beef & Veg
Rev: 190314 1200

Ribeye beef - cut into sticks
Red Onion - half-rings
Napa cabbage
Ramen noodles

Olive oil
Beef bone broth
Tamari
Sriracha
Fish sauce (for Umami) - Red Boat brand (the best !)190314 Stir-Fry Beef + Veg - Prep - IMG_0277.jpg190314 Stir-Fry Beef + Veg - Done - IMG_0278 (2).jpg
 

GregManning

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Needs some crunchy peppers and whatnot but Hell yeah that sounds great!
Yes, this was kind of minimal ................. just what I had.
What kind of peppers; and what kind of "whatnot" ?
(Bell Peppers ?: Red, yellow, orange are very good; but I don't like green bell peppers !)

JD3000 don't be bashful with culinary comments .............

sometimes I've used: mushrooms (I really like re-hydrated shitakes, they stay chewy), bean sprouts, carrot sticks, etc ......... ; but I did not have them today.
 
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JD3000

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Boomers, not green bells, sprouts, water crests, pea pods, broccoli....onion.... that's enough I guess.
 

RopeShield

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Her 1st recipe is what I did pretty much cept we used ground italian sausage instead of ground meatballs(brilliant), red and orange bell peppers, red onion and lotsa lotsa mushrooms and dry cooked pepperoni and ricotta cheese blend. Buon appetito!
 
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GregManning

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Canned Chili - Surprisingly Good & Spicy !
Rev: 190315 1545

Hormel, Mary's Chili Verde (mild green chili w/ beans)
Hormel, Eric's Guajiro Chili (Cuban inspired chili w/ beans)

While these are both made by Hormel, they are only sold at Walmart.

Combine 1 can of Mary's and 1 can of Eric's.
The combination is much better than either by itself ! (1+1=3)

The result is surprisingly spicy (hot).
Mellow the chili with some cheddar cheese, if desired.
190315 Canned Chili - IMG_0279 (2).jpg
 
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GregManning

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I got it.

I was asking: What is the favorite dog ?

I was also suggesting a 2nd dish; like Cincy Skyline Chili ................ spaghetti w/ Chili.
 
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