Saturday, September 26, 2009
Be sure to click on the small video link "Beware of deer when driving" to see the film.
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Friday, September 25, 2009
Venison Steak Marinade
Sliced venison steaks - Sliced ham steaks are good for this one!
1 bottle Progresso red wine vinegar with garlic (found on salad dressing isle)
1 chopped onion
1 garlic clove section crushed
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup water
pepper to taste
Marinade venison steaks in the above ingredients overnight and cook on the grill the next day. Poor the leftover marinade on the steaks when you first put them on the grill. (This recipe can be used for tenderloin kabobs as well if you cut them into 1-2 inch pieces and place them in a tin foil packet for grilling).
Found on the Internet and tested -- it's tried and true!
Thursday, September 24, 2009
|Season alligator cubes with garlic, salt and pepper to taste. Combine eggs, milk and mix well. Roll each piece of alligator in flour then dip in egg and milk batter. Shake off excess batter and deep fry at 325 degrees F until golden brown. |
Nutritional Value Per Serving
Calories 606, Calories From Fat 351, Total Fat 39g, Saturated Fat 6g, Cholesterol 73mg, Total Carbohydrate 30g, Protein 35g
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Easy Venison Roast
Venison roast (usually a boneless ham roast)
2-4 cans cream of mushroom soup (with or without garlic)
1 large onion sliced
1 package Lipton Onion Soup mix
1/2 head fresh chopped garlic (if desired - the taste is not strong)
salt and pepper and any other seasonings you like
Place the roast in a crockpot and add the above ingredients. Cook on low for 8 hours. The sauce makes a great gravy for mashed potatoes and the leftovers are wonderful! (This recipe is also great with cubesteak instead of a roast - just shorten the cooking time.)
From the kitchen of Michelle and Jeff DiMaio (daughter and son-in-law of Michael).
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
The SC Department of Natural Resources is advising hikers, hunters, fishermen, and golfers to take extra precautions and keep alert for alligators while in Middle Coastal, Southern Coastal and Midlands Alligator Management Units.
They advise people to wear noise-producing devices such as "little bells" on their clothing to alert, but not startle the alligators, unexpectedly.
They also advise the carrying of "pepper spray" in case of an encounter with an alligator. It's also a good idea to watch for fresh signs of alligator activity and be able to recognize the difference between young alligator and adult alligator droppings.
Young alligator droppings are small, contain fish bones and possibly bird feathers.
Adult alligators droppings have little bells in them and smell like pepper. ;)