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Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
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MA-PAdeerslayer 07-Oct-22
70lbDraw 07-Oct-22
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Scoot 07-Oct-22
Brotsky 07-Oct-22
Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
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Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
Nick Muche 07-Oct-22
Treeline 07-Oct-22
scentman 07-Oct-22
RT 07-Oct-22
HUNT MAN 07-Oct-22
Supernaut 07-Oct-22
Kodiak 07-Oct-22
Scoot 07-Oct-22
fuzzy 07-Oct-22
t-roy 07-Oct-22
WV Mountaineer 07-Oct-22
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Cazador 07-Oct-22
Poppy 07-Oct-22
Lewis 08-Oct-22
midwest 08-Oct-22
SBH 08-Oct-22
From: Nick Muche
07-Oct-22

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All this talk about what to do with bear meat got me a little excited. Here is a step by step process to one of our favorite meals to make with bear meat.

Step 1, go bear hunting, it’s fun.

From: Nick Muche
07-Oct-22

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Keep all the meat, it’s very good when taken care of properly. As with most game, the backstraps are damn good.

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07-Oct-22

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Trim them up to your liking and grab some salt, pepper, cumin, oregano and olive oil.

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07-Oct-22

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Season them up well.

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07-Oct-22

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Next you’ll need a few oranges, a white onion, some garlic and a couple Jalapeños.

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07-Oct-22

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Chop em up.

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07-Oct-22

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Grab your favorite, well seasoned cast iron skillet and get it smoking hot with some oil in it.

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07-Oct-22

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Sear your bear meat.

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07-Oct-22

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Throw it all in a slow cooker with a few cups of beef broth. 7 hours on high.

More to come this eve once we are finished.

07-Oct-22
That looks damn good nick. I got a few near me this year, if one gives me a shot I think I’m gonna have to take it..

From: 70lbDraw
07-Oct-22
What time do we eat?!!

From: midwest
07-Oct-22
oh yeah

From: Scoot
07-Oct-22
Nick, I need an address and a time to be there!

From: Brotsky
07-Oct-22
I'll bring the chips, salsa, and spotted cow. Looks good Nick!

From: Nick Muche
07-Oct-22

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Well, the meat shredded like butter…

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07-Oct-22

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Grab the essentials.. red onion, crem fresh, cilantro, cabbage, radish and some tortillas.

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07-Oct-22

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Fire up that skillet again and get some meat crisped.

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07-Oct-22

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Fire up that skillet again and get some meat crisped.

From: Nick Muche
07-Oct-22
Dinner time!

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07-Oct-22

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From: Treeline
07-Oct-22
Looks like it will be yummy!

From: scentman
07-Oct-22
Love It! Need more threads like this one... Elk, Deer, Squirrel, it doesn't matter... I remember Serb would contribute Serbian dishes on boar and other species... good stuff!

From: RT
07-Oct-22
Hallelujah

From: HUNT MAN
07-Oct-22
Yummy

From: Supernaut
07-Oct-22
That looks really tasty!

From: Kodiak
07-Oct-22
Impressive.

From: Scoot
07-Oct-22
Hot damn that looks good!

From: fuzzy
07-Oct-22
Yum!

From: t-roy
07-Oct-22
Nick’s on a first name basis with Boone & Crocket AND Betty Crocker!

Looks great!

07-Oct-22
My kind of people. My kind of eating. I love it.

07-Oct-22
Damn that looks good

From: Cazador
07-Oct-22
Looks good, real good but I gotta say that rice brought me back to what was coming out the ass of the bear I shot this fall.

From: Poppy
07-Oct-22
Looks good! But if I ever used my cast iron on a glass top my wife would kill me!

From: Lewis
08-Oct-22
Great thread thanks for taking us along looks yummy Good luck Lewis

From: midwest
08-Oct-22
"Nick’s on a first name basis with Boone & Crocket AND Betty Crocker!"

That's "Spoon and Crockpot", Troy.

From: SBH
08-Oct-22
Thanks Nick. Looks great!

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