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erain
11-03-2009, 03:54 AM
this recipie i found in a wild game cookbook i had, can use any partridge type gamebird, grouse, pheasant, also says works with quartered duck or geese as well. if you dont have any a that i think chicken could be substituted.
fresh mushrooms coarse chopped, wild rice and sunflowwer seeds, 2 cans cream a celery soup, and the bird pieces
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to the pot add 3 cups chicken stock,both cans cream of celery,2 cups halved fresh mushrooms, 1.5 cups of rinsed wild rice, 1 cup diced red onion,.5 cup sunflower seeds, 4 Tbl. worcestershire sauce, 2 bay leaves, .5 tsp. CBP
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and the bird of your choice
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after about 3.5 hrs, use enuff coals to maintain around 325 degrees and cook till rice and meat are tender.
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the bird and the rice are at 12 oclock, will post the venison stew and the rolled roast separate
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thks for cking my pix!!!

BigAL
11-03-2009, 07:08 AM
Wow! Quite the meal. Special occasion? Looks fantastic.:drooling:

smokinok
11-03-2009, 07:42 AM
Looks very good. I am sure that the wild rice and fresh mushrooms would add to any wild game bird. :sign0092: for posting the recipe and :kewlpics:.

Fatback Joe
11-03-2009, 08:52 AM
Very nice!

SmokyOkie
11-03-2009, 04:40 PM
I just got my question from the other thread answered.:msn-wink:

Once again Eraine, great pix:kewlpics:

That sounds like a long time to cook a bird at that temp. How did it come out? I mean, the standard cooking time for baking chicken at 325 would be about an hour.

Also, I guess you cooked it in a Dutch oven. Can you give us any idea how many coals to use and how often to re fuel?

Thanx for the thread!:sign0092::thumbs up:

californiasmokin
11-03-2009, 04:41 PM
He is on a roll Ladies and Gentlemen!:thumbs up:

Joneser
11-03-2009, 04:44 PM
Looks good...never had partridge before.

SmokyOkie
11-03-2009, 04:44 PM
Paul, he stays on a roll!

Zeeker
11-03-2009, 04:46 PM
:wow: another great spread. Did you get any sleep man...:kewlpics::thumbs up:

SmokyOkie
11-03-2009, 10:39 PM
:wow: another great spread. Did you get any sleep man...:kewlpics::thumbs up:

Look at the time of his posts.

What do you take to stay up like that E man?

erain
11-04-2009, 01:29 PM
it was raining out and i guess i cheated... put it in the oven... truth be told tim the bird was a lil dry, not bad but now that you mention it... i have had these dutch ovens for a while and need to use more often. mainly take one hunting and just keep it set to the side of the stove with some kind of stew brewing and when someone gets back to tent there is something hot as long as the fire dont go out. the coal bed in the stove we pack in will last a pretty long time.other than once i made a cobbler in have not used coals, is something i need to learn to do.

SmokyOkie
11-04-2009, 03:11 PM
it was raining out and i guess i cheated... put it in the oven... truth be told tim the bird was a lil dry, not bad but now that you mention it... i have had these dutch ovens for a while and need to use more often. mainly take one hunting and just keep it set to the side of the stove with some kind of stew brewing and when someone gets back to tent there is something hot as long as the fire dont go out. the coal bed in the stove we pack in will last a pretty long time.other than once i made a cobbler in have not used coals, is something i need to learn to do.

I wouldn't call it cheating, just a different way of getting to the same end.:msn-wink:

If you want to learn about DO cooking, we have a couple or three certified experts here. Look 'em up.

Me personally, I messed around with them when I was a Boy Scout, and just long enough to know that I should have a good deal of respect for those that can use them well.:thumbs up: