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Greenhorn
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The boys an i cooked a red deer roast about 8lbs at the fall shoot. we cooked it very slow on the open fire. it came out so good and tender.
 
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Booshway
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YOU DID???? how come i didn't get any i know you had some of my buffalo chili
 
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Booshway
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That qualifies as braggin' and cruel and unusual punishment for those of us that didn't get any. Frowner Wink
 
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Booshway
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I agree where's mine? Smiler


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Booshway
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ok lock n load boys I'm thunken its time ta go Bear hunten, er could be roast stealen hehehe I'm a droolen like a drunk ol fool LOL
 
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Pilgrim
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did you do it on a spit, or how did you do it? How long did you roast it for? Sounds heavenly.
 
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Greenhorn
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we cook it about 4 hours on low open fire
 
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Hivernant
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Did you baste it with anything?


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