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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: upstateNY] #7143543
01/18/21 07:03 PM
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
Originally Posted by Leftlane
I don't see any horse radish! Fresh cut rare venison tenderloin is basically begging for a dab of horse radish.

Hear me now and thank me later

Horse radish goes on my Prime Rib also. smile


Oh heck yeah. It can basically go with anything but if someone says they only have Au Jus available I usually move on down the menu. If they don't have Worcestershire sauce I will walk out of a place! cool


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7144715
01/19/21 01:22 PM
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Having back strap for lunch myself

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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7144726
01/19/21 01:29 PM
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Where is Goober1 opps I mean Scuba1 when he needs to see the proper way to pull meat off the fire before it gets over cooked?


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Leftlane] #7144734
01/19/21 01:36 PM
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Made some for supper last night myself.

Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7144744
01/19/21 01:43 PM
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Singe & serve baby singe & serve!


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7144776
01/19/21 01:59 PM
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Funny how different people are in ways of thinking about food.
If I make someone a steak or prime rib and they want to put horseradish, steak
Sauce or worshteshire on it I want to tell them to leave lol



Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: NE Wildlife] #7144837
01/19/21 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by NE Wildlife
Funny how different people are in ways of thinking about food.
If I make someone a steak or prime rib and they want to put horseradish, steak
Sauce or worshteshire on it I want to tell them to leave lol

Horse radish was invented because of Prime Rib !! grin


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7144939
01/19/21 04:12 PM
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You're from NY, you should know better Upstate. What is that local roast beef sandwich that's popular in south-central NY? Beef and Barrel serves it.

Anyhow, roast beef sandwiches is why horse radish was invented. laugh


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145011
01/19/21 05:06 PM
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Had some the other night as well.

Hope you didn't waste the ribs!


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145015
01/19/21 05:10 PM
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They all look good.Yummy


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145032
01/19/21 05:30 PM
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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145039
01/19/21 05:34 PM
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Venison roast ( top round) from the pellet grill . Cant even describe how tender and good it is . Kids each chipped in and bought the grill for me as a Christmas present . coat in kosher salt , course ground black pepper , garlic and onion powder ( a favorite spice combination) . Set the grill to 200 . Cook until the roast hits 110 in the thickest part (about an hour and 20 minutes give or take ) . Seared in a version of clarified butter and olive oil to get that nice crust . Let it sit for about 20 minutes or so . Excellent even cold (the picture sliced is from today , the roast was cooked yesterday). You can not tell its venison from the taste ( which is not necessarily good because I like the taste of venison) but everybody who tries it thinks its excellent .

Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145053
01/19/21 05:55 PM
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You guys are making me hungry and I'm all out of tenderloin!


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145365
01/19/21 08:30 PM
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Ain’t even end of January and you’re out of T Loin?!

How far are ya from Eastern Shore MD, I can help you out. Crop damage permits to fill yet!

Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145373
01/19/21 08:36 PM
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Tenderloin, not to be mistaken for backstrap which I have plenty of. I eat the tenderloins within a few days of killing the deer, sometimes same day.

I've gotten three doe this season. I can still get a buck or doe with my flintlock tag and I have until Saturday to do it.

I used to do a lot of crop damage hunting.


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145384
01/19/21 08:40 PM
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How long does Maryland's crop damage season run? Ours runs long, or at least it used to, pretty much all year except for birthing and rearing times.

I'm about three hours from the eastern shore of Maryland.


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145397
01/19/21 08:45 PM
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I love it all. Venison, moose, and beef. But, if I want to dash it with Worcestershire , horseradish, or a steak sauce it’s on. Food shaming is dumb. Eat what you want however you want it. It all makes a turd, in the end.

Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145421
01/19/21 08:54 PM
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... good looking deer meat


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Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145424
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Crop damage is year round, turn them in in February and new permit is issued.

Re: Venison Tenderloin Fried Rare [Re: Lugnut] #7145785
01/20/21 05:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Lugnut
Tenderloin, not to be mistaken for backstrap which I have plenty of. I eat the tenderloins within a few days of killing the deer, sometimes same day.

I've gotten three doe this season. I can still get a buck or doe with my flintlock tag and I have until Saturday to do it.

I used to do a lot of crop damage hunting.

Here,we call the tenderloins " Trigger Steaks ",,cause the get eaten about an hour after you pull the trigger. smile


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