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venison recipe

Blue cheese burgers

1 pound ground venison 1/4cup chopped onion

1/4 crumbled blue cheese 1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce

1/4teaspoon salt 1/8 freshly ground black pepper

mix all ingredients thoroughly but gently and shape into 4 burgers . grill over hot coals i cook for about 4 min per side . serve on grilled hamburger buns with all the fixing

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Recipe

I'm getting hungry thinking about those after reading your recipe. Keep the good ones coming. All I need is a deer in the freezer but I'm going to try this with elk being that's all I have in the freezer and I'm thinking it's going to be just as good

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i hope you like it i do  superford

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I took a pound of elk burger

I took a pound of elk burger out of the freezer when I got home from work this morning. I'm looking forward to grilling em up later this afternoon. I'll keep you posted and have a good 4TH!

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Yummy

I'm going to try it with the Red Stag meat. I'll also keep you posted. smile

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Red stag, that sounds good. Is it pretty close tasting to elk?

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To be honest I have never

To be honest I have never tasted Elk before. But in comparison to whitetail it, tastes much better in my opinion. Once you get past the game you can tell a difference. If anyone has ever tasted Elk and Red Deer I would like to know if they are similar too. If I ever taste Elk i'll let you know though.

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Elk is by far my favorite.

Elk is by far my favorite. I'm not a big fan of deer and aside from some steaks out of the backstraps, a few roasts, I make the rest into hamburger. Where did you get your stag?

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I actually got him on Long Island, NY, free ranging. After I bagged him, the local butcher/taxidermist said a few years back a local farmer released them into the wild. He aparently didn't have a permit to raise them and instead of shooting them he let them go. I have trail cam pics I took back in 09 of the heard. I couldn't beleive it when the biologist told me that the stag and the deer on the trail cam were the same animal. Interesting right? I have the trail cam pics on my gallery.

http://www.biggamehunt.net/galleries/jpcomputers/trail-camera-red-deer

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Man that sounds good, I'm

Man that sounds good, I'm gonna try this one, I love bluecheese burgers

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Elk is my favorite meat, then

Elk is my favorite meat, then antelope, but whitetail is a close 2nd.  I prefer to not ruin the taste of the meat with alot of spices, except when it come to jerky.

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