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I would love to hear what some of you use it to cook. I have had bambi burgers several times and cook a great spaghetti with it but I'm getting burned out on both and still have plenty of meat left.
 

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Venicon?

Wasn't that dude neocon's cousin? :shrug:

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ummm.....
 

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Makes a great chili --

Friend of mine made some great mexican food out of it

And I have also had it as shephards pie
 
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Makes a great chili --

Friend of mine made some great mexican food out of it

And I have also had it as shephards pie


Your right it does make a great chili but I have done that as well. I didn't think about the Mexican, that would work great. Thanks.
 

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Chili is my favorite, especially if I can get some made into sausage. It's good taco meat as well. Not much fat so it crumbles up fine.
 

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Chili is my favorite, especially if I can get some made into sausage. It's good taco meat as well. Not much fat so it crumbles up fine.

You can make chili into sausages?
 

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I don't know about venicon, but if you get some backstrap, I usually cut into fairly small pieces (pretty thin .25", by about 3" by 3" maybe smaller or larger, no science), then I pound the with a mallet until very thin, then put in eggs and milk, batter w/ italian bread crumbs, and fry. Once out the pan, sprinkle parmesian cheese. Melt in your mouth.
 
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am i spoiled? thats all i ate when i grew up... venison green onion sausage, italian sausage, ground meat, backstrap, all of it!
 

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