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redneck
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Outdoor Board Cookbook


We need to have one so lets do this. It can be any kind of fish or animal you have shot, trapped, or caught. Post the recipe(including what to marinate it in) and a pic if you happen to have one. When the thread starts to die down I will put them all into a document that can be sent to anyone who wants it! I will start it out with something simple that a fellow poster got me hooked on a few years ago.

Name: Duck Bombs
Type of Meat- Duck
Other Necessary items: Italian Dressing, Tony's, Soy Sauce, worcestershire sauce, Bacon,Cream Cheese, Jalepenos, and toothpicks

Marinate:
Marinate the duck in Italian dressing, tony's, soy sauce, and worcestshire for about an hour before you plan on cooking.

Pre Cooking:
Soak the tooth picks in water to avoid burning on the grill and cut the cream cheese into small pieces(can do larger if you are not grilling much duck)

Directions:
Cut the duck into pieces that are about 4 inches wide. Place the duck in the middle of a piece of bacon(can cut the bacon in half if needed), place a piece of cream cheese and a jalapeno on top of the duck and wrap it up with the bacon using a tooth pick to keep it together. The amount of time you leave the duck on the grill depends on how rare or done you would like it to be. However, duck does not take long so pay attention and flip when needed.

Before it went on the grill last night:








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hehatedrew
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You really brought out an original for the first recipe in this book





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redneck
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thats why i said something simple





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hehatedrew
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chickman1313
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ill add a couple good ones this weekend, gotta get some pictures





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Bama and Beer
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This thread is gonna be full of awesome.





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hehatedrew
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Yeah, I'm gonna have to wait until I cook something with some pics. I hate recipes that don't have pics to make me hungry as hell





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redneck
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quote:

This thread is gonna be full of awesome

yeah it's gunna be awesome when finished. I got the idea last night thinking I would love to try different shite that other people do






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Bama and Beer
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I've got some elk in the freezer so when I get home from the camp I'm gonna cook it and post it here.





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hehatedrew
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Hard to beat cooking some wild game, no matter what kind. We need to get this stickied as well.





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redneck
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nice! i also requested a sticky(hint for yall to do the same ) so hopefully we can always have it at the top for people to add stuff





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LSURoss
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Ill start taking pics and trying to keep up with my ladys cooking. She doesn't really measure anything though, but damn she can cook





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hehatedrew
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Some of the best cooking is done without measuring





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LSURoss
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are we gonna keep this separate from the food board?





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hehatedrew
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quote:

are we gonna keep this separate from the food board?

I actually think that it should be. For instance, that first recipe would be murdered over there, when in fact, everybody knows it's good. I would hope that this one could stay here and only have wild game in it...






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LSURoss
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Cool I was thinking the same thing





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hehatedrew
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I have nothing against the f&d board, in fact, it's one of my favorites. I just know how some of the people act over there and it can be a joke. Simple things are sometimes the best, and I would think that these recipes would be served best over here...





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LSURoss
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I think I'm going to get some trout outta tue freezer tonight





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hehatedrew
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Damn, lucky man. Take some pics! Let us know how it turns out! I really think that this thread could be a huge success




Boom. Sticky...



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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Awesome idea. I'll keep track of what's going on next time I cook something and put it on here, but for now I'll post what I'm cooking tonight

Meal:Delicious frothy awesomeness

Ingredients: (1) Case of bud light (or your beer of choice), (1) Thirsty individual

Directions:Drink all of the beer






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