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If you hunt doves, you have to make this
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Contributors to this thread:
Stekewood 16-Sep-22
Stekewood 16-Sep-22
JL 16-Sep-22
Lucas 16-Sep-22
Thornton 16-Sep-22
'Ike' (Phone) 17-Sep-22
MA-PAdeerslayer 17-Sep-22
Bou'bound 17-Sep-22
Zbone 17-Sep-22
Candor 17-Sep-22
PoudreCanyon 17-Sep-22
Stekewood 17-Sep-22
fdp 18-Sep-22
From: Stekewood
16-Sep-22

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Jesse Griffiths Hot Fried Doves. One of the best wild game recipes you’ll ever eat. Don’t think I’ll ever make another popper again…..

From: Stekewood
16-Sep-22

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From: JL
16-Sep-22
Looks great! Those jaloponoes will scare mama away though.

From: Lucas
16-Sep-22
Looks awesome!

From: Thornton
16-Sep-22

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Looks good. I haven't shot any snipe yet this year. I just grilled teal and doves and finished them on the smoker though. Delicious.

17-Sep-22
I like it…

17-Sep-22
Thornton that garlic butter is some amazing stuff

From: Bou'bound
17-Sep-22
Awesome looking.

From: Zbone
17-Sep-22
Looks good... Where you guys find that garlic butter at, hadn't heard of it before, but sounds great...

From: Candor
17-Sep-22
Steke - did you split your breast like the recipe says or did you use the entire breast ?

My grandfather used to make me pluck doves. I don't think I have plucked on since he passed in 1994. Later in the season when things were slow I would sit in the field and pluck them while waiting for my next bird.

That recipe looks good.

From: PoudreCanyon
17-Sep-22

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I’m not above trying something new, but I’m pretty partial to the kebabs I always make. 2 Dove breasts marinated in Italian dressing with a peppercini sandwiched between and then wrapped in bacon. Soooooo delicious.

From: Stekewood
17-Sep-22
Candor, I plucked them then took the breastbone out and split them up the middle of the backbone with shears. I’ve found that if you get them into the fridge quickly after shooting them, and leave them in overnight, they are so much easier to pluck.

From: fdp
18-Sep-22

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