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#762241 - 02/20/07 12:43 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
Bob Bradley Offline

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I wondered where that leg walked off to.

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#762242 - 02/20/07 12:45 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
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Na, Chris, I helped Greg carve that thing up, and Paul D ran to the table with it!! Usually Venison hind quarter is really dry.. This was moist, and awesome!!!

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#762243 - 02/20/07 12:56 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
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Originally posted by LargeFry:
Everything on my plate was great. But I have to say Crazy Ivans deep fried pollack & haddock was worth the price of admission alone!!! Wow that was great, now I gotta find out where to find some of those, I don't think they stock the local lake with them. :p
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#762244 - 02/20/07 01:02 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
Bob Bradley Offline

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It's a real secret recipe. To make it, you first buy a 3# roast beef and put it in your upstairs refrigerator. Keep the hindquarter in your downstairs fridge. Next send your daughter home with instructions to "put the roast beef in the oven on 325 for about 50 min". She will ignore the 3# roast in the upstairs fridge, go down in the cellar to retrieve the 12# hindquarter, and put that in the oven. Next come home from work, look in the oven, scream, and in a panic, pull it out and put it back in the downstairs fridge. Have leftovers for supper that night.

This seals in the juices real well.

Seriously, here's how I would normally do it:

Cut a dozen or so deep slits in the piece, and slide garlic cloves that have been cut in half deeply into each slit.

Generously salt, fresh ground pepper, garlic powder, and rosemary the outside of the roast.

Place a few pats of butter on the roast.

OPTIONAL:
Cut up several potatoes, carrots, and big chunks of onion and celery, and distribute them around the roast, along with a can of beef broth.

Place roast in the oven at high temp (450 - 475) for about 20 min. (This replaces having your daughter try to cook it the night before.)

Reduce the oven to about 225 and cook for another 3 - 4 hours, or until interior temp reaches about 140 on the thermometer. Remove from oven, cover with foil and a towel or two, and let sit for about 20 - 30 min.

If, as was the case Sat, the roast is done a bit too soon, reduce the oven to about 175 and leave the roast in for another hour to keep it warm.

This was actually the first time I cooked a whole hindquarter, so I may have just gotten lucky. We'll know for sure next year.
Bob

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#762245 - 02/20/07 10:19 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
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Registered: 04/15/02
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Hey, I never said all of the hind quater made it to the table :rolleyes: . Guess who made a sandwich out of the last few peices that were picked out from under the vegies that the vultures missed \:D \:D . Jon anounced the main courses and it looked like rabid hyenias on a freash kill \:D \:D . Did get to eat much as they cleaned everything out fast. Next year I nominate myself taste tester before before the serving line starts.
I vote for Chris's chowder too, but everything I tried was fantastic .

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#762246 - 02/21/07 01:35 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
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Rabid hyenias......I never saw 130 people line up so fast, Damn I wish I coulda tasted some of that stuff,...there was nothing left when I got there!, Except Ivans fish,,,mmmmmmmm

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#762247 - 02/27/07 03:01 PM Re: What was your favorite dish last night
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I'm glad I'm reading this post as I'm having lunch. It looks like everyone enjoys eating it as much as catching it.
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