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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkeyRookie View Post
    You got it Terry! pickled eggs, deer and goose pepperettes, canned duck and deer
    You know how it's done........... Those goose peperettes of yours almost make me want to take up goose hunting again. We have one member who has chubeye venison sausages made from some guy in Sudbury that are so dang good they make ya want to slap yur momma.

    After the hunt I like to lay out a platter of good crusty bread, Proscuitto, Olives, Pickled Artichoke hearts, a wheel of Brie or Oka. The boys clean that up pretty good...LoL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkeyRookie View Post
    pickled eggs,
    GEEZ BY, the animals can smell you miles away............and hear you.

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    Years ago the boys would bring along a good quantity of premade frozen meals for the moose hunt. Everyone had to supply at least a meal that would satisfy the group. Everyone also had a special recipe to share. Two favorites that I would provide was Sausage Chowder and homemade Cabbage rolls with additional chunks of smoked Ribs or smoked Turkey cooked with the cabbage rolls.
    Near the end of the week my favorite meal was leftovers tossed together and heated up. Used to call it the Mish-Mash supper and it was good.

    During the day if you felt hungry there was a nice slab of smoked Salami hanging inside the kitchen tent where you just went and cut a chunk off to munch on. Always brought 2 of these as one was never enough.

    I often miss these times but such is the road of life.

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    Steamed broccoli and cauliflower, steamed red German cabbage (rote cole), sauerkraut, coleslaw cabbage salad, pickled green tomatoes, crockpot brown beans, Hoffbrau brats, cabbage rolls, fried onions. Now pack ten men into a 400 square foot shack and feed this in to them. No need for any evening entertainment. You'll have all you can handle about an hour after supper.

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    We go with a lion of pork or tenderloins , turkey , smoked ham. Several pkg large smoked sausage , smoked back bacon. Lots of potatoes , fresh carrots , turnips .We share the cooking . As far as desserts something we always make is a bunch of apples peeled and sliced in a deep pan stir in a half pound of raisons and a bit of brown sugar. Stir up a white cake mix and pour over everything . Bake till done. always a favorite. Not hard to make. Another apple dish is baked apples , take the core out , but don't go all the way through. fill the hole with brown sugar. Bake in the oven. At least one per person.Usually gain a few pounds. Old 243

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    curried everything
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    Stir fries of all types with rice, go over well. Pizza's at noon. We always do a fish & french fry in the deep fryer(outside) . Taco's or wraps with ground moose, roast turkey, roasted chicken quarters. Pork loins roasted in the oven. I did two bear roasts this year, they were awesome. Scalloped potatoes are fun to make, baked in mushroom soup . Homemade baked beans, boiled cabbage, rutabaga's . Fried onions , peppers, I also make french onion soup, delicious and warms you up after a day in th e woods.
    I start shopping in July for bargains. Fed 12 guys for under $700.00. Breakfast is the only challenge we have with creativity.

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    East what you shoot.. plenty of small game.. bring some rice etc.
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