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Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

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  • Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

    I have been given a roast ... of moose.

    The last time I ate moose was many years ago so I have forgotten if it's even any good but I've got to cook it and where else but in my WFO?

    Not sure when (sometime soonish), not sure how (except I do know slow is good), but I will report back when I do ... which makes me wonder about Dave and his goose ... we were supposed to hear the end result of that one ... Dave??
    Last edited by sarah h; 09-19-2008, 03:19 AM. Reason: had left out a word

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    Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

    Sarah,

    We have recently moved from Alaska after 14 years in the frozen far north. I really loved the place, and part of the attraction was access to great natural food! Caribou, Moose, Salmon... all great.

    If you moose roast was well cared for in the field, you can plan on an excellent meal!

    Waiting patiently for the report....

    JED

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    • #3
      Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

      Couldn't resist this:
      http://donstuff.files.wordpress.com/...sassinated.jpg
      Un amico degli amici.

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        Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

        Originally posted by sarah h View Post
        I have been given a roast ... of moose.

        The last time I ate moose was many years ago so I have forgotten if it's even any good but I've got to cook it and where else but in my WFO?

        Not sure when (sometime soonish), not sure how (except I do know slow is good), but I will report back when I do ... which makes me wonder about Dave and his goose ... we were supposed to hear the end result of that one ... Dave??
        The goose is still dead and frozen in the old freezer...

        Thanksgiving maybe?
        My thread:
        http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/d...ress-2476.html
        My costs:
        http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?k...Xr0fvgxuh4s7Hw
        My pics:
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        • #5
          Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

          Alfredo, that was priceless!!

          Dave, glad to hear that goose is still dead.

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          • #6
            Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

            Sarah,

            You're lucky she wasn't hunting for this - moose has got to be better tasting.

            http://www.weeklyworldnews.com/wp-co...llsbigfoot.jpg
            Check out my pictures here:
            http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/les-build-4207.html

            If at first you don't succeed... Skydiving isn't for you.

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            • #7
              Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

              Alfredo,
              That was Priceless! I'm sending that to EVERYONE! I didn't know she was such an avid hunter.

              Sarah,
              I have never eaten moose...but I have seen one on TV. Kinda horse-looking to me. Slow sounds right.
              Please let us know how it is.

              dusty

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              • #8
                Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

                A friend of my father's used to hunt and cook what he hunted down, feeding his friends very well indeed.

                If there are any takers I can translate a couple of Polish game recipes from an old Polish cookbook I have here, but I would request an evaluation and assessment in return

                The "po myśliwsku" or "chasseur" if you prefer a French term one sounds good and resembles what our family friend used to cook.

                W.
                "Carpe diem." - Fish of the Day (The Uxbridge English Dictionary)

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                • #9
                  Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

                  Wow, I would love to see some of those recipes! Apart from my moose roast though, it's apt to be a long while before I come by any other wild game meats to cook. Perhaps they're adaptable for domestic meats or farmed game?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Hey Bullwinkle, you're in real trouble now!

                    Moose is a delight when properly cared for.... A delicacy amongst the Cree indians is roasting the moose nose.
                    I haven't cooked one in the forno but suggest your favorite marinade and then using a digital meat thermometer. Moose, like most game, has much less fat. I have cooked bison roasts in the forno. Soaked overnight in a soy-red wine marinade, rubbed with coarsely ground pepper and cooked to medium rare. Mixed up the drippings with blueberries, black pepper, a little red wine, and a little something else (just can't remember) cooked it down and used it as a sauce on the side.... mmmmm. It would go well with moose too. Don't over cook, medium to medium rare is best, and don't forget some hot horseradish on the side as well.

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