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Old 11-13-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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I am a huge fan of food. What do you like to eat? Winter is right around the corner and it will be time for some chili! My favorite recipe would have to be 5 star chicken chili.

-48oz can of northern beans
-15oz can of pinto beans
-16oz can of medium old elpaso picante
-16oz can of chicken broth(or more to thin soup)
-4 cooked chicken breast
-1 TSP cumin
-1/2 cup of chopped celery
-1 small chopped onion
-1 chopped clove of garlic

Add all ingredients to large pot. turn heat to medium and bring to boil, stir occasionally.
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Put all ingredients into a large crock pot And cook on high and bring to a boil.
Soup has to cook a long enough only for onions and celery to soften.
It also works best if you shred your chicken breast.

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DEER-STEW in a Crock-Pot all-day.....A Shoulder Roast..or..A Neck Roast...Cooking all-day with all the fixings a Stew has....Deer=Hunting just started here in Missouri yesterday.....

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That sounds amazing. Now if I could just get a deer

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Rump-Roast is good also......No game-y taste with a roast in a Crock-Pot All-Day......

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Pheasant and cream of mushroom in the crock pot also makes for a great meal.

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DEER-STEW in a Crock-Pot all-day.....A Shoulder Roast..or..A Neck Roast...Cooking all-day with all the fixings a Stew has....Deer=Hunting just started here in Missouri yesterday.....
Neck roast, potatoes, onions, mushrooms, corn, garlic, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, salt, ground oregano, black pepper, chili powder, flour and a little red wine.

Been in the crockpot since 8 this morning.
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I've heard of people putting deer heart in soups and chilies...has anyone done this?

The only deer I have ever got was shot in the heart so I was unable to give it a go.

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Heart is my favorite part.

Rinse it well, removing clots, fat, and inspecting for worms.

I let it soak in a bowl of water overnight in the fridge.

Cut into 1/2-3/4" slices. Pan fry in butter and black pepper until brown.


Enjoy.



I think putting it in a recipe would ruin the experience.

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My favorite winter foods.........

chili

stews

pot roasts with veggies

home made chicken soup

home made chicken and dumplings

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Heart is my favorite part.

Rinse it well, removing clots, fat, and inspecting for worms.

I let it soak in a bowl of water overnight in the fridge.

Cut into 1/2-3/4" slices. Pan fry in butter and black pepper until brown.


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I think putting it in a recipe would ruin the experience.
I'm sorry but this about made me gag. Particularly the "inspecting for worms" part. What if you find worms? Do you clean them off and still eat it or does finding worms make it inedible?
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