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  1. #1
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    Default Venison Fajitas with mesquite

    I grilled the venison but threw on a few chips of mesquite to add a bit of smoke.

    These are some venison trimmings I had from the hind roast and backstrap of the doe I got this fall...



    The marinade was a mixture of..
    2/3 c red wine vinegar
    1 c oil
    1/2 tsp of oregano
    1 tsp kosher salt
    1 tsp cracked black pepper
    3 cloves of garlic cut up
    a couple pinches of cumin
    a squeeze of lime juice
    and sliced onions...

    I poured the marinade over the venison and let it marinade overnight..



    Onto the grill with a tiny bit of mesquite...



    Added the tortillas...



    Ready to eat..



    I built one with the sliced venison, onions/pepper mix, cheese, pico de gallo and lettuce...




    Served some salsa, lime and sour cream on the side...



    The venison came out pretty tasty..

    Thanks for checking out my supper.
    jeanie

    7' horizontal wood burner
    vertical brinkman-charcoal
    underground pit
    cinderblock pit
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    Sterling Forge 4 burner gas grill w rotis burner, side burner and smoke box
    4 calf fry/turkey/fish/crawdad cookers
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    AND 1 smokehouse
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    That looks like some good eats to me!!!
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

    TQJ Plankowner

    "Life's tough.....It's even tougher if you're stupid."
    - John Wayne

  3. #3
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    Thanks Mike!
    jeanie

    7' horizontal wood burner
    vertical brinkman-charcoal
    underground pit
    cinderblock pit
    UDS
    Memphis Pro
    tractor rim fire ring cooker
    Sterling Forge 4 burner gas grill w rotis burner, side burner and smoke box
    4 calf fry/turkey/fish/crawdad cookers
    EZQue camping rotis
    2 charcoal grills
    AND 1 smokehouse
    http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/

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    Fantastic That had to be some great eating.
    Jim

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    oh yeah that looks good dang you all sure do make it hard to think of what to make for chow i think i change my mind 10 to 20 times every time i see a post
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    Looks great, Jeanie! I could go for a couple of those....
    ~Brian~
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  7. #7
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    Love dem back straps cowgirl, very nice lookin vittles!!!
    MEMBER: BERGIE BBQ team 2011, 2012.




  8. #8
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    Nice to see fajita meat that is still nice and rare!

    Real pretty stuff Jeannie, but you forgot the guacamole.

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    Looks great Cowgirl!

    Eat up now, cause ya gotta day comming on Friday. Be careful.

    Mistakes - It could be that the purpose of your life is only to serve as a warning to others.

  10. #10
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    Thanks everbody! It was pretty tasty deer meat.

    Big AL, I think I'm ready for the storm...hauled a few round bales closer to the cows...have plenty of beer. lol
    I'm all set.
    Hope you keep safe too!!
    jeanie

    7' horizontal wood burner
    vertical brinkman-charcoal
    underground pit
    cinderblock pit
    UDS
    Memphis Pro
    tractor rim fire ring cooker
    Sterling Forge 4 burner gas grill w rotis burner, side burner and smoke box
    4 calf fry/turkey/fish/crawdad cookers
    EZQue camping rotis
    2 charcoal grills
    AND 1 smokehouse
    http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/

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