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I bet you had the runs the next day....

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Originally Posted by Stanton Hillis
Knock yourself out (so to speak wink ).

Does this mean Fox has an O'ficial invite ?

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As for gamebirds tasting like liver, author Stephen Bodio has this to say:
“Also notice the color of the cut flesh. Like all good Woodcock (and snipe) cooks, he sort of passes them through a very hot oven. I get tired of hearing how dark- fleshed birds “taste like liver”- good LIVER doesn’t taste like liver when it is cooked rare, turned over quickly in hot bacon fat and butter. My disgusted French- born gourmand friend Guy de la Valdene, after he read an American recipe for woodcock that involved two cans of cream of mushroom soup and an hour and a half in the oven, wrote (in Making Game in 1990): “As this recipe negates the whole reason for killing the birds in the first place, why not take it a step further and poach the Woodcock overnight in equal parts of catsup, pabulum, and Pepto- Bismol.” Gil

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Thanks for bringing back the countdown Stan.

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Originally Posted by GLS
... cream of mushroom soup...“As this recipe negates the whole reason for killing the birds in the first place..."

Absolutely correct. We have a weekly long running outdoors show here and the 'wild game cooking segment' used to feature a woman named Kathy who dumped canned mushroom slime on everything, no matter what it was, every week. Enough to gag a maggot.

I've had grilled marinated dove bacon wrapped with a slice of jalapeno. It's delicious.

I see no reason why they couldn't be pan fried in fresh corn oil after being dredged in Drake's Crispy Fry Mix and served with a dipping sauce of your choice. That's my favorite way to cook pheasants.


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Originally Posted by GLS
…cream of mushroom soup…

Aboot all it’s good for…



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Thanks for bringing back the countdown Stan.

Got the hockey counter going too, craigd. Or not a fan?

Anyone see that dove fly into the girls face in New Jersey?


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Pretty sure that was a seagull.
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Originally Posted by Stanton Hillis
Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
For a dove to be good to eat you have to like liver....or drinking beer.

Neither, for me. I hate liver but love doves. They taste nothing alike, IMO. I once ate 17 doves at one sitting, with nothing to drink but water.

Reminds me of Paul Newman's boast in the classic movie "Cool Hand Luke": I can eat fifty eggs....Geo

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Originally Posted by John Roberts
Pretty sure that was a seagull.
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I have to figure out what to shoot now.

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