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Very nice! Most deer near me are what we call dog deer they are tiny<75. You have to go west of ft worth to get the bigger ones.
 

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Looking good BarG,
been slim season around here so far, just a doe and a 7 pt.
2 deer go a long way to filling a freezer though Indianjoe. Especially with all those catfish you add to it. I will go fishing in 2 weeks and may have some luck. My deer season is over but hog season last year round.
 

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Made some venision jerky today, My kid said It tastes like Glazed Donuts.
Sweet and Spicy. Then I had some. I be dammed it does. Spicy glazed donuts.
I used a bunch of honey in the concoction and let the venison marinate in it for two days.
I also heated the marinade to melt the brown sugar in then cooled it before adding meat.
Anyone every have this happen.
I bet it would get me out of a speeding ticket.
 

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You need to post your recipe BT, Some people like me still have a sweet tooth! I am ready to carve another deer roast for some sweet jerky.
 

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I found it on line and changed it a little bit.
It does around three + pounds of meat.
3/4 cup teriyaki sauce
3/4 cup whorcestershire sauce
1 1/4 cups Pineapple Juice, I used canned pineapple and stole the juice. The kids ate the pineapple.
1 1/2 cups soy sauce
2/3 cup balsamic Vinegar
1 1/2 cup brown suger
3/4 cup honey
3 tbs onion powder
1 1/2 tbs red pepper
1 1/2 tbs black pepper cracked
4 cloves garlic smashed
Put it all in sauce pan and heat until honey and brown sugar dissolve then cool.
Add meat and let set in frig for a day or two.
If using a dehydrator you will need to add smoke flavoring.
I know nothing about smoking meat, But learning slowy.
BarG is the man for that.
 

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I]m thawing a roast now and I am going to try this recipe . I will use jitterbugdude as my taste tester It sounds good , but do you think it would do alright without the teriaki and soy? I am not fond of that.
 
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