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    Posted: 12 February 2017 at 12:32
OK I'm out of baggage hunting and fishing.

Got 14 pheasants. how to cook.

Just finished an great dinner.

little spices of marinades; so I used what I had: lemon
juice, lime juice, salt/pepper, some Olde Bay (don't
leave without it). But i also had lots of cinnamon, and
I use d lot in a madiade.

Delicious, got to remember cinnamon when back home. The
apple cider vinegar is a secret also, I use it often
gives a nice apple flavor. But the cinnamon--wow great
stuff.

Followed a double vodka martini made with polish potato
vodka, with 3 garlic stuffed Queen olives.

Great dinner.
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One of my favorite Pheasant recipes is to put Italian
dressing in a skillet on the stove and put in a few
boneless breasts and cook them in the dressing.

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A honey mustard glaze adding some tarragon the last 5-8 minutes.



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both sound good. Never 'sauted' in salad dressing sounds
interesting.


Honey mustard is good on most anything. I almost used a
horseradish mustard glaze, but wife hates horseradish.
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I haven't hunted pheasants in years, but smoked was my preferred method, rest just don't compare. Kind of like Salmon, smoked and any other way, that should've been smoked instead.
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No smoker in the condo. Baking works OK.

will be hunting boar this week, if successful, I'll borrow
a smoker to do 4 hams. I need to find some curing powder'
but will wait time the bacon is on the ground (should have
brought some from the homestead!

Notice i said IF successful...not when successful.
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