Smoked Venison lions

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by zzrguy, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    OK well I was graced this year with deer in hunting camp. I had the deer processed in to food stuffs the kid would eat or not notice it was what it was. I have 4 nice size deer tenderloins that are smoked{ some one said they are hard smoked no clue what that means}.

    What can I do with these?
     
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2014
  2. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    I'm assuming it is fully cook already.

    I have no clue how to serve it.
     
  3. sb59

    sb59 Smoking Fanatic


    1. hard smoked

      Web definitions

      1. This is a term used to reference products that have been heavily salted and smoked. There is very little moisture left in the fish, and it often does not require refrigeration like other smoked seafood. This smoked fish will resemble jerky.
        http://www.ducktrap.com/terminology.html
     
  4. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    Thank this meat is tasty appears to be cooked threw not hard like jerky
     
  5. Bet it would be great in a pot of dry beans.


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  6. Funny, I saw your header and got all excited, thinking that you were smoking venison and LIONS! (I have only had grilled lion chop and not smoked you see, and so I got curious and very enthused).

    BUT, I love venison too! I'm excited to see what you come up with!

    Cheers!!!!! - Leah
     
  7. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    Not sure what you mean. You mean chilli, or soup.


    Dam spell check it makes me dumber then I is.
     
  8. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    Anybody
     
  9. Hi! I totally understand the typo as I am the queen of typos!!! But I DID think it was lion! Smiles. (And I find lion to be "OK," - not my favorite food but not my worst either.

    Anyway, I am excited about your venison loins!!!!!!!

    Cheers! - Leah
     
  10. zzrguy

    zzrguy Smoke Blower

    Help a brother out what do I eat with these thing.
     
  11. lightly batter them and fry them with eggs
     
  12. If they are already cooked, then I would just slice it up and eat over salad, or in sandwiches or however you like. I bet it's delicious! Cheers! - Leah
     

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