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#3103726 - 12/31/12 11:30 PM NYE Backstrap
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Mud Dauber
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Backstrap with Green Peppercorn & Juniper Sauce + Roasted Beet salad and Mashed Potatoes.



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#3103763 - 01/01/13 12:23 AM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: Poser]
BamaProud
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You cook with Juniper a lot. Where do you get them? Store bought or wild?
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#3103779 - 01/01/13 12:43 AM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: BamaProud]
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Mud Dauber
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 Originally Posted By: BamaProud
You cook with Juniper a lot. Where do you get them? Store bought or wild?


I Buy them dried. High end type grocery stores like Fesh Market in the spice section. Penskey's in Memphis carries them in bulk. You can also get them from Amazon.
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#3103781 - 01/01/13 12:45 AM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: Poser]
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Mud Dauber
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Listenings:

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#3103935 - 01/01/13 08:35 AM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: Poser]
BigPete357
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good food and tunes. Happy new year!
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#3104887 - 01/01/13 06:40 PM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: BigPete357]
ROUGH COUNTRY HUNTER
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looks great
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#3104923 - 01/01/13 07:02 PM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: ROUGH COUNTRY HUNTER]
redblood
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you definitely know food poser no doubt.But i predict you are going to learn a bit about E. Coli in the near future
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#3104949 - 01/01/13 07:12 PM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: redblood]
TAFKAP
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Negative, Ghostrider.

E. Coli is a strain of bacteria present in the fecal matter of mammals. It is mainly a concern for commercially raised critters, slaughtered en masse, who live knee-deep in turd-filled muck. The more meat is handled, processed, and ground, the higher likelihood of encountering the bad strains of E. Coli. Whole cuts of meat (especially properly handled) are the least susceptible to E. Coli bacteria. And of those circumstances where you might be introduced to it, it will likely be a result of cross-contamination from other E. Coli sources, rather than the interior of the meat you're consuming.

This has been a public service announcement of TAFKAP and the Ad Council.

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#3105010 - 01/01/13 07:39 PM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: TAFKAP]
redblood
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 Originally Posted By: TAFKAP
Negative, Ghostrider.

E. Coli is a strain of bacteria present in the fecal matter of mammals. It is mainly a concern for commercially raised critters, slaughtered en masse, who live knee-deep in turd-filled muck. The more meat is handled, processed, and ground, the higher likelihood of encountering the bad strains of E. Coli. Whole cuts of meat (especially properly handled) are the least susceptible to E. Coli bacteria. And of those circumstances where you might be introduced to it, it will likely be a result of cross-contamination from other E. Coli sources, rather than the interior of the meat you're consuming.

This has been a public service announcement of TAFKAP and the Ad Council.




sorry my friend but while many things in your posts are based in fact, new eviudence proves that free ranging deer of all species can contain e.coli bacteria. I have taugt on this subjects in both animal science and wildlife management classes. i can post about 100 more links if you like. ghostrider out.


http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/736/description/Venison_can_contain_E_coli_bacteria
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#3105025 - 01/01/13 07:46 PM Re: NYE Backstrap [Re: redblood]
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Mud Dauber
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: TAFKAP
Negative, Ghostrider.

E. Coli is a strain of bacteria present in the fecal matter of mammals. It is mainly a concern for commercially raised critters, slaughtered en masse, who live knee-deep in turd-filled muck. The more meat is handled, processed, and ground, the higher likelihood of encountering the bad strains of E. Coli. Whole cuts of meat (especially properly handled) are the least susceptible to E. Coli bacteria. And of those circumstances where you might be introduced to it, it will likely be a result of cross-contamination from other E. Coli sources, rather than the interior of the meat you're consuming.

This has been a public service announcement of TAFKAP and the Ad Council.




sorry my friend but while many things in your posts are based in fact, new eviudence proves that free ranging deer of all species can contain e.coli bacteria. I have taugt on this subjects in both animal science and wildlife management classes. i can post about 100 more links if you like. ghostrider out.


http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/736/description/Venison_can_contain_E_coli_bacteria


Never gotten food poisoning from venison, never known of anyone who's gotten sick from venison. I've shared numerous medium rare meals with many folks and no one has ever gotten sick. This is properly handled, fresh venison. I would have no problem eating it raw.
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