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Since we are getting ready to leave for our annual Colorado Deer/elk I thought maybe we could share recipes...For a quick lunch I like to take strips of elk or deer and throw it in a pan with a little oil, season with garlic salt, pepper, salt, season salt, whatever... Then I take hoagie bread, spread some butter on it, sprinkle garlic salt on it, put it face down in another pan and toast it... Spread the meat over it and theres lunch. No need for mayo or anything :signgreatreport3kg: Its also a good fast dinner if your tired :)

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Here's a quickie:Grill a couple chicken breasts & cut them into strips/cubes/whatever (or use a package or two of the precooked breast strips). Cook a few cups of white rice (or use 2 of the microwaveable pouches) and when it's done throw in two cans of cream of chicken & mushroom soup along with a can of milk & your chicken pieces. Cook it just long enough to heat everything up real good. Add a little pepper if you wish and your done. Good, hot meal that is very filling and if you use the precooked chicken and microwaveable rice you only dirty up one pot and one spoon so there's no big mess to clean up.

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if you've eaten all of last year's vension...does a big 'ol can of Dinty Moore stew count?!? LMAO :signlol2iu: ...my brother is the worse camp cook; this is his staple food in the woods...it's why I took over...for breakfast I usually (btw, breakfast is after the morning hunt) I cook up some beef chorizo, add eggs scrambled, cook it up, heat tortillas served up with a couple strips of bacon, cheddar cheese - breakfast burrito and a lil tapatio....SPICEY!

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Mac your breakfast sounds like one of mine... I use a Pita Pocket, scrambled eggs, either sausage or ham, a bit of cheese, and I pour some country gravy over it. (The gravy is just a packet of gravy but man its gooooood....)

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Mac your breakfast sounds like one of mine... I use a Pita Pocket, scrambled eggs, either sausage or ham, a bit of cheese, and I pour some country gravy over it. (The gravy is just a packet of gravy but man its gooooood....)
nice warm b'fast after a chilly morning hunt is the best...oh did I mention a shot of Irish Whiskey to get the initial frost off?

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...oh did I mention a shot of Irish Whiskey to get the initial frost off?
...and did I mention that a shot of Jack Daniels in your hot chocolate is actually pretty good? Don't ask me how I know... :roflmao3[1]:

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...and did I mention that a shot of Jack Daniels in your hot chocolate is actually pretty good? Don't ask me how I know... :roflmao3[1]:
Coffee Brandy

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Since we are getting ready to leave for our annual Colorado Deer/elk I thought maybe we could share recipes...For a quick lunch I like to take strips of elk or deer and throw it in a pan with a little oil, season with garlic salt, pepper, salt, season salt, whatever... Then I take hoagie bread, spread some butter on it, sprinkle garlic salt on it, put it face down in another pan and toast it... Spread the meat over it and theres lunch. No need for mayo or anything ;) Its also a good fast dinner if your tired ;)
Californians don't know hoagies. Don't you guys call them "subs" out here? Hoagie is a Philly thing.

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Good luck in Colorado! I was raised there and honestly Colorado is one of the most hunter friendly states. Especially central colorado. If ya need any good hints on spots don't be afraid to ask. Turkey, Elk, and Deer. One area in mind, but it's MILES of BLM and its gorgeous with all terrain types. 2 deer every year, and 90% of the time opening week lol. Anyways good luck!

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Good luck in Colorado! I was raised there and honestly Colorado is one of the most hunter friendly states. Especially central colorado. If ya need any good hints on spots don't be afraid to ask. Turkey, Elk, and Deer. One area in mind, but it's MILES of BLM and its gorgeous with all terrain types. 2 deer every year, and 90% of the time opening week lol. Anyways good luck!
LOL this post was drug up from 2 years ago.. BUT Colorado is coming again soon.. WEve been hunting there for our whole marriage and hubby has been going back there isnce he was old enough to hunt ;) This year I finally drew my trophy tag ;) Cant wait to go

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Oh come on Ch that's not camping I saw that big trailer you pull that is just a home away from home.Camp chow is when you wake up from a night freezing your butt off in a tent and you cook a can of beans over a fire to warm up LOL.good luck on your trip you going to use the 25-06 on elk?

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Bacon ExplosionOk I have not tried this. But it sure sounds like it would make a great camp/hunting breakfast. I think i will try to cook this Saturday. Robert http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/bacon-12.jpg

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We just went shopping yesterday for our Wyoming Deer hunt.Looks like oatmeal for breakfast with peaches added.Cold cereal some daysPeanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch along with trail mix, jerky granola bars and those little things you pour in a bottle of water to flavor it.Dinner will be quick and easy and prepared ahead of time. No time to cook and wash dishes after a long day of hunting. We will need to sleep!We will make things ahead and freeze them in gallon freezer zip loc bags. Stuff like Spaghetti, Stew, BBQ Chicken Breasts and Ribeye Steaks. Cook em freeze em in bags then just heat it up in boiling water. No dishes to wash because we will use paper plates.Good luck to everyone on their hunts!

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Oh come on Ch that's not camping I saw that big trailer you pull that is just a home away from home.Camp chow is when you wake up from a night freezing your butt off in a tent and you cook a can of beans over a fire to warm up LOL.good luck on your trip you going to use the 25-06 on elk?
ROFLMAO Hubby tells people - we dont "camp" anymore.. WE HUNT :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow: Ya the trailer can sure be comfortable.. But trust me we did our time in the outfitters tent and while it was sure nice back then... I wouldnt want to give up my toy hauler. Though we did use the jumping jack in Wyoming.. Talk about WINDY... And Man get yourself some grub... BEANS?? NOT LOL.... if you must do a can get some Dinty Moore soup... YUMMY :) When you leaving Sum-rifle? Hubby leaves for Utah in 7 days... Hes doing the "run around like his head is on fire thing" trying to get everything ready. Just him and his buddy are going.. Trying to fill a buck tag from the Mule Deer Foundation dinner. WIth all the lists hes made youd think he was gonna be gone a month or something.. Al I say is he BETTER get a dang deer and not screw up the cape... Since Im stuck at home :( As for using the 25.06 on the elk.. Yes unless I find me a new rifle before then.. Im leaning towards a 270 but we shall see..

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OMG that does look so dang yummy!! I went to the linka nd read it all, the guy has a sense of humor, BUt MAN that does look scrumpious...

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geez, what is that thing?!? Candian Bacon, pork salt bacon, ham, cheeeezeeee...wow. yea that would surely freeze up an artery, but it would tast soo good going down!!! HAHA

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Cooked spam for breakfast cold spam sandwitch lunch and hot spam sandwitch for dinner. mmmmmm . Can of peaches with each meal also.

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