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GrahamG 01-27-2014 11:21 AM

Venison In Panchetta
 
To finish the WFO weekend off, I got some Venison fillet and coated it in Panchetta that had a coating of blueberry jam to add a little sweetness.

Put it a heated WFO at 250C for 40 minutes, turning it now and then.

We also did crashed potatoes, but forgot the veg! :eek::eek:

http://i1288.photobucket.com/albums/...pse9b39ff8.png

Tasted gorgeous, but I didn't mention Bambi until after we all had finished ;)

BOOMERS WFO 01-27-2014 05:51 PM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Looks great.

I would love to do Venison but the boss(SWMBO) has a thing about Bambi and Skippy (Kangaroo) which makes it difficult to do. Don't think I could sneak it past her.

The best I manage is my butcher does a fantastic Venison sausage that all of us have but SWMBO who has "other" sausages.

Still might try to sneak it in;)

Cheers

Craig

PS How were the "Crashed Potatoes" prepared?

wotavidone 01-27-2014 06:19 PM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by BOOMERS WFO (Post 168778)
Looks great.

I would love to do Venison but the boss(SWMBO) has a thing about Bambi and Skippy (Kangaroo) which makes it difficult to do. Don't think I could sneak it past her.

It's definitely an Aussie chick thing mate.
I went down the South East last June and managed to nail a fallow deer.
Tell an Aussie sheila you've got venison for dinner ansd it's all "How could you eat poor Bambi," etc.
Just don't tell 'em till after dinner.

On the other hand I stopped at Salt Creek for fuel and ice on the way home, and the German backpacker serving me asked if I'd been fishing. When I said I'd been deer shooting she said "Ooh, did you get one"
While I was icing down the meat she abandoned the counter and came out for a look.
Her only disappointment - "didn't you keep the head?"

Since venison and pancetta encompasses two of my favourite things, I might have to give this a try.

Gulf 01-27-2014 06:38 PM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Grahamg,
You have some great looking grub going on there, in several posts. How about combining them in one thread, that we can all bookmark and link back to easily :)

GrahamG 01-28-2014 08:07 AM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by BOOMERS WFO (Post 168778)
PS How were the "Crashed Potatoes" prepared?

Part boiled, then put on to a baking tray, squashed with a masher or fork then sprinkle Olive oil over them and season with salt and pepper, then grated Parmesan over, cook until browned.:D

GrahamG 01-28-2014 08:10 AM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Gulf (Post 168780)
Grahamg,
You have some great looking grub going on there, in several posts. How about combining them in one thread, that we can all bookmark and link back to easily :)

I never thought of that Gulf,

My collection is a mix, I don't think there is such a diverse collection from Spam pizza to Venison!

I will have a look how to combine them. :D

Graham

Gulf 01-28-2014 06:11 PM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
KB was right in his answer to you on another thread.

Quote:

Originally Posted by kbartman (Post 168818)
I believe what Gulf is talking about, is to started a thread like what I have done, in the category of what did you cook last night. "What's Bartman cooking". That way we can subscribe to your thread and see it when you post something new. If you start a new thread it would show up on new posts and then quickly be scrolled off the page and we would have to look for it.

Hope that helps.

Just start a cooking thread, say.......... Graham's Gormet Grub ;) Just kidding :D....... Name it what you want.

You can just copy the posts from each of your previous individual posts over to the new thread. From then on, just post your cooks and recipees to that thread :).

GrahamG 01-31-2014 10:00 AM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Gulf,

Yeah I found what KB put and I will do that later today, been crazy busy at work since last week end.

Will be trying some other stuff this weekend. I've seen chillies with soft cheese and wrapped in bacon but chilies are just too hot for my limey mouth...:D So I have some Romana peppers that I will half, fill with cream cheese and wrap in bacon.

May also try the chicken in the brick too. Then make stock from the carcass, in between taking our son to play soccer and then rugby on Saturday and Sunday.

wotavidone 01-31-2014 11:44 AM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Do you mean the terracotta thing you soak in water then put the chicken in it?
Schlemmertoffs or whatever they call them?
I've been looking at them and the instructions all say to start them of in a cold oven.
Anyone used them one in a hot WFO?

GrahamG 02-02-2014 07:30 AM

Re: Venison In Panchetta
 
Yes, you soak the brick in water, very similar to what you said.

Yah, but I found a recipe that says soak them, then start the oven and then build the oven whilst the "brick" is in there. That way the "brick" will not crack due to the high heat! Get it to around 220C and you just have to maintain it at that temp - I do that by just closing the WFO door. :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by wotavidone (Post 168961)
Do you mean the terracotta thing you soak in water then put the chicken in it?
Schlemmertoffs or whatever they call them?
I've been looking at them and the instructions all say to start them of in a cold oven.
Anyone used them one in a hot WFO?



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