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leonicvirgo
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Posted on Mon, Jul 07, 2008 17:51

Is there anyone there out there in blogland with a fantabulous Antelope recipt.They can be gamey,you know! If I don't hear from you in the next 10 minutes,I will exert my culinary expertise on these scrumptuous Abalone steaks. I will be gentle! 10 minutes are up


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Posted on Sat, Jul 12, 2008 23:46

Yes,rest your no pictureque quality brain,phuknut,the hills and mountains of Virginia and west virginia have a wide veriety of wildlife. Elk wander into Virginia from Tennessee(protected there). Like Antelope could not survive in America.hint(It's not on your grocery shelf at Kroger!


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Posted on Fri, Jul 11, 2008 15:00

You have got to be kidding! Antelope? Rediculous.


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Posted on Tue, Jul 08, 2008 18:52

K.So I started a base oil with Olive oil I presoaked the Antelope for 4 hours in Vit D milk.This rids the meat of gameyness.and establishes a butter base.2 teaspoons of garlic,and a couple of large Chardonnay splashes,double pat of butter,and...FANTABULOUS! Antelope love sage,so the taste was revealed in the meat,but very suttly .


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Posted on Tue, Jul 08, 2008 06:59

LOL The key to cooking wild game it to cut it off the bone as quick as possible.. It is the bone that gives it the gamely taste.. Second is not to just boil it.that too brings out the gamely flavor and smell.. Like any other meats it is an trial and error on if you want to marinate it, what seasonings you like to use and how you want to cook it.


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