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They all look so tasty. We always make sure there's at least two meals in a roast.
Yea Kev, they were yummy. I really don't know why folks eat out so much when its so easy and cheap to make good food at home for much less money.
you certainly got you moneys worth from that lovely piece of meat! Yum!
It is not that hard to do if you think about it Laurie. It is a way to make a dollar stretch. You control what goes in to what you eat and its good eats.
Nice going Mike, your meals made me so damn hungry, I'm going to defrost a Moose steak and eat in luxury.
Lucky you John. Its been a couple years since I had any Swamp Donkey as we call them here. A good neighbor shared one he got. Here in Maine they only issue about 1200 permits for Moose through a lottery system for over 10 K applicants. Wouldn't catch me dead in the woods that time of year anyhow. Way too many yahoos shooting at anything that moves. Every season they tag two or three of the two legged variety. I have on occasion had some Bamby through the town road kill program. Just a mater of putting your name on the list and wait till it gets to the top. Then you get the call at three in the morning to go pick it up by the side of the road.
Looks good, though I think I like mine a little bit more well done!
Hey Harry, I guess it must be the carnivore in me that likes rare meat. I found that if you cook it more it gets too tough and dried out at that point you need to keep going for a few more hours till it gets soft again.