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Old 12-20-2015, 11:52 AM   #1
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Default Venison Stew is in the Crockpot

This is my family pleasing venison stew.
Due to having lots of family in the house for the holidays I had to make two crockpots full.

Venison stew meat
Potatoes
Carrots
Onions
Celery

Salt & Pepper
Bay leaves
Thyme
Rosemary
Garlic herb mix
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Chop/cube all the vegetables for your needs, place in crockpot and season with two bay leaves (remove after cooking), thyme, rosemary and whatever you like. Sometimes I substitute frozen mixed vegetables and just chop the potato.
Season meat with salt/pepper, dredge in flour and brown in a skillet, add to the crockpot.
OK, this is where I deviate from the norm, dump on can each of the French Onion & Golden Mushroom soup atop the meat.
Add water to just cover, mix well.
Cook on Med for 6-7hrs, the venison will come out falling apart in your mouth.

















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What time is dinner? Looks great!
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About 6pm, bring two loaves of good Sourdough bread.
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My wife made some stew out of my roadkill deer a couple of days ago. Boy was it good!
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Having so many to feed tonight I had to stretch it, so I added three cups of frozen mixed vegetables.


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Man that looks good! Nice bro. I like the pics before and after. Hungry now ��
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Wow, all I know what I need to cook... Im always trying to figure new things to cook up.. This will be one, now IM awaiting chase to reply to the Nacho thread.
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Oh Yeah!!!!!!!!! Goooooood Eats!!!!!!!!!!
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About 6pm, bring two loaves of good Sourdough bread.
i was thinking home made cornbread, but sourdough works too. looks good, thinking i'll start one also.
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