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Old 07-26-2008, 10:44 AM
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Barbqued Venison

Well it is 2.5 months till deer season. Time to clean out the freezer and make room. So any of you all in my area wanna come help me eat this all up just let me know. You can pm me and I will give you the info.

Also bon fire will be at dark, kids and family welcome.
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Old 07-26-2008, 12:39 PM
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if only i lived by you. lol.
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if only i lived by you. lol.
You and about 37,000 other members right.
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Old 07-26-2008, 01:50 PM
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Ok just to make yalls mouth water.

Taters just went on the grill. They are seasoned with butter, onion, and garlic salt. Once they are done they go in the oven to stay warm.

Then the venison goes on the bbq. It will be seasoned with a secret blend of seasons and bbq sauce.

The bbq beans seasoned with brown sugar, honey and tad bit of bbq sauce are done and stay warm in the crock pot.

Macaroni salad and pasta salad are chillin in the fridge.

Man I am gonna be so fat when I am done eating I am gonna need a new F-650 to drive my fat butt around in.
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Not Fair!

Is there a category of 'Hate Speech' that covers this?! I'm so hungry
now I can't stand it!
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Scott I'd be po'd at you for this post but I had Axis sausage for supper and again for lunch today.

Wish I lived closer buddy, I'd be there helping out......well helping by keeping the beer population under control.
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sounds great. i love venison on the grill. all your dishes sound awesome. only thing that i add to a great bbq dinner is a loaf of garlic bread on the grill too.
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Sorry guys, as for the garlic bread I can always run up to the cornerstore. But my wife just made me make cornbread in the dutch oven on the grill.
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You and about 37,000 other members right.
I've been wanting to meet some of our members. Too bad I'm Jackosnville, NC. Maybe I could show you a thing or two about the duch oven. Cooking, trains are a couple of things that run thourgh my familys vains.

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