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    Wild Game

    We've got a wild game butcher around here that has everything from african lion to black bear. He also makes jerkey out of everything imaginable. what have you guys tried on the grill. I was thinking about getting some antelope ribs. I grilled some bear and ostrich burgers today. In my opinion bear is by far better than beef. This guy even has beaver meat

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    I like Beaver meat if my wife is in the mood. :-)
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    I must say that I like Bison better than beef as a steak goes.
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    Try Antelope, it's just goat in my opinion. I shot 2 last year, and we suffered through um. Not real good. Get a nice greasy bear steak. MMMMmmmmmmmm
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    Put me down as a bear meat fan also. Wild rabbit made into hassenpheffer is pretty yummy too. http://www.fabulousfoods.com/main-co...cle/134/27929#

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    I would buy the beaver over antelope. Very greasy, very rich. We used to cook um with pigs underground. Awesome.
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    I'm a big bear fan now. I think i'm gonna try some beaver and try that rabbit recipe

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    Dude, get some ground Elk and make some nice big Med rare burgers. Hooo eeeee it's good!
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    Boiled opossum innards with their feet and eyeballs, carrots, onions, celery, cabbage, a cup of lard. Now that's some good eat'n.

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    If antelope ribs are anything like deer ribs don't bother, the fat on the ribs of a deer is disgusting. Take the back straps and marinate them for 24 hours or more and cook them whole on the grill,till pink on the inside like prime rib.

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    I eat Moose and Venison all the time - prefer moose. l Like rabbit as well. Two weeks ago I ate beaver and bear for the first time....both were good. I had elk once (farmed elk ) and really liked it. But I must say Moose is the best, unless you include fish - I love walleye.

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    My wife

    says Jack has the best mountain oysters
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfemployed View Post
    says Jack has the best mountain oysters
    Had to google that - hmmm - I'd give it a lash.

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