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Clampdaddys duck recipe

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Here's a recipe that I kind of made up today as I went along. It does a really good job of making to really gamey flavor of a duck.1 or 2 ducks, 1 large yellow onion, 3 cloves of garlic, 3 strips of fatty baconfor the blackberry sauce: 1/2 cup of red wine, 1/2 cup of seedless blackberry jam, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 tablespoons brown sugarfor marinade: tobasco sauce, red wine or apple cider vinegar, lemon pepper, water..............................................................................soak fillets in cold salty water for a few hours, Drain water Splash meat with tobasco sauce, sprinkle with lemon pepper, add redwine or apple cider vinegar plus a little water to take some of the bite off the vineger and tobasco, Let marinate overnight.cube meat into small chunks keep seperate. mince garlic cloves, chop onions into 1/8 wedges . Mix red wine, blackberry jam, brown suger and cinnamon in seperate containerOK here we go.Cook bacon until crispy then remove them from the pansaute onions and garlic in bacon fat until onions are softtoss in the duck cubes and just sear the outside for a couple secondsturn down the heat to simmer add the sauce and put the bacon back in let it simmer for ten or so minuits. That's it. I'm useually not a big fan of duck but I could eat this stuff all day! :signs1180lq:

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sounds great. I wonder how coyote would taste??

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That sounds good. Congratulations, you are now "Chef Feathercloud"! :smiley-funny-post-sign:

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That sounds great & I'm going to try it out Wednesday night. After I read this post, I took a Sprig out of the freezer.I normally just roast my ducks, but I am looking for new ways to mix it up.

soak fillets in cold salty water for a few hours, Drain water
You can also soak the fillets in salt water for 2-3 days, changing out the salt water 1 or 2x's a day. You would be suprised on how this process draws the blood from the meat & changes the end result.Thanks & I'll let you know how it comes out.

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Hey Chef, could you use some more blackberry jam? Wife picked a bunch of berries from the bushes on the property and made some really good blackberry jam a few months ago. We still have several jars in the freezer and I know she'll be making even more this summer. Also, do you want me to bring you some of these venison peppersticks?

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Heck yeah I want some homemade jam! Thanks for the offer of the pepper sticks but this year I had my whole deer minus the backstraps turned into pepper sticks.

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Not a problem Wes, you can just send them to me. I don't have any pepper sticks, and will put them to good use.

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Braz, if you want to meet me over in Williams sometime around 2 or 3pm on the 31st of this month, I'll be happy to bring some to you! :drinks:

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You know, I may just take you up on that. Be good to meet you.

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It would be good to meet you too! Just let me know so I can be sure to throw some extra peppersticks in the truck. Hopefully they make it there... :drinks::signlol2iu:

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dang, all this writing and reading of recipes is making me hungry...I think the CPC could start their own Wild Game cooking show on the Outdoor Channel...wait...we WOULD own the OutDoor Channel...from tips and techniques to hunting then the end prize...EATING!!

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