|The Elk Hunter's Cookbook|
|by From the Members of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation|
From simple fare for backpacking to fantastic full-course dinners, you'll find it all here-in hundreds of recipes for appetizers, soups, breads, s...
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Trim meat and cut into 6 pieces. Coat with flour, salt and pepper. Pound meat. Heat oil over medium heat and brown meat. Put celery, mushrooms and ...
Put the vinegar and salt on beef and poke the ... degrees for 45 minutes or until tender. Use it as a sandwich meat or eat it alone with any kind of sauce.
Trim and discard fat from meat. Cut into 4 to 6 serving-size pieces. Combine flour, salt and pepper. With a mallet, pound seasoned flour into meat. ...
Trim and discard fat from meat. Cut into 4 to 6 serving size pieces. Combine flour, salt, and pepper. With a mallet, pound seasoned flour into meat. ...
Soften cream cheese ... portion also. Dice beef very fine too. ... bowl. Form into a ball. Roll in the remaining corn beef. Refrigerate. This is really good!
Partially freezing the beef makes slicing it ... market. Makes 4 servings. Per serving 352 calories, 25g pro., 11g car., 23g fat, 77mg chol., 507 mg sod.
Cut the meat into bite-size pieces and brown in suet then add the salt and pepper, cover with water and cook until done. In the meantime, prepare the ...
Fry salt pork until golden but not crisp in an 8 quart kettle. Add onion and leeks. Stir fry 3 minutes. Stir in flour. Add mushrooms with liquid and ...
Saute bacon; set aside. Add kielbasa sausage to brown; set aside. Leave 1/4 cup fat in pan and save additional 2 tablespoons. Add onions and ...
Cook bacon until crisp. Remove. Brown beef in drippings. Add ... minutes. Add cabbage and bacon, broken into pieces. Simmer 10 minutes or until cabbage is done.
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