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    This is something I have never tried and will plan for it this year.

    I used to cook/serve Cow tongue regularly when I had a neighbour would raised beef. He had his butcher keep them for me so I would get 4-6 a year for the freezer.

    Tongue is often considered a delicacy or acquired taste...which means it is only enjoyed by people who can get paste knowing what they are eating....LOL...

    This sounds good !!


    Whitetail Tongue Hash Ingredients

    • 2 cups of beef stock
    • 1 bunch of thyme
    • 1 carrot – large dice
    • ½ onion – large dice
    • 1 deer tongue
    • 2T vegetable oil
    • 1 potato – grated
    • 1/8 cup onion – diced small
    • 1/8 cup red pepper – diced small
    • 1/8 cup jalapeno pepper – diced small
    • Salt & pepper
    1. Place the tongue, stock, thyme, carrot, onion in a sauce pan and simmer for an hour and a half or until the tongue is tender enough to shred.
    2. Take tongue out of stock and peel the taste buds off. (the top layer of skin should peel away easily)
    3. Shred the tongue or chop into small pieces.
    4. Rinse all the starch off the potato
    5. Mix the potato, tongue, red pepper, jalapeno pepper, onion, and salt and pepper together
    6. Heat oil in a small sauté pan to medium high heat.
    7. Place ingredients into pan and turn pan to medium heat.
    8. Press mixture down with a spatula.
    9. When the edges of the potatoes start to turn brown turn the mixture over and brown the other side.
    10. Serve immediately.

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    If you know how to cook it, tongue is great. I've had beef many times growing up, never tried Deer but have kept and cooked Moose tongue which I think it very similar to beef and huge lol.

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    I love beef tongue
    Have always wanted to try deer but just never got around to taking them out of the deer.

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    I did a moose tongue a couple years ago. I struggled with the texture but the guys at the camp loved it.
    For the next one I’ll try something like this.

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    I watch Life Below Zero and when the Hailstones harvest Caribou or the like by far the most cherished piece of meat they keep as a treat is the tongue.
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    That sounds great. I remember my Dad would cook beef tongue was I was a kid. When Ma was away, it was either chicken gizzards, liver or tongue. I remember loving the tongue, and not knowing what is was until after I ate it. I may try this this fall with my game. Thx.
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    I ate too much of it when I was younger.
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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    I pickled venison heart and tongue last fall. It was quite good. I will consider the above recipe next time round.

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