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Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby terry08 » Sun Jan 11, 2015 7:26 pm

Made with ground neck meat. Jalapeños, onion, minced garlic, diced bacon, cheddar, pepper jack, & blue cheese. Served on toasted bun with the works, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce & banana peppers.
It's the "Jerry Rice Burger"
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby sidog » Sun Jan 11, 2015 7:36 pm

Looks and sounds amazing! :ylsuper:
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby jv » Sun Jan 11, 2015 7:43 pm

Sounds good but no pickles on mine please
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby terry08 » Sun Jan 11, 2015 8:14 pm

jv wrote:Sounds good but no pickles on mine please

Jv, this ain't Burger King. You can't have it your way. I serve it my way, if you want to take the pickles off after leaving the premises, that's up to you.
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby gtk » Sun Jan 11, 2015 8:16 pm

Looks delicious !


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Re: The Recipe

Postby terry08 » Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:13 am

Since so many have asked for it, I will post it for you.

Venison Welfare Burgers ;

2 lbs ground venison, neck meat is best, but any grind will do.

6 slices of bacon, diced in small pieces

One half medium onion diced

2 jalapeños, seeded & diced

1 Tbs minced garlic

1 can mushroom pieces, drained

2 Tbs Olive Oil

1 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese
1 large egg

2 Tbs Moore's Original Marinade
1 tsp liquid smoke
1 Tbs Cavenders Greek Season

Optional :
Pepper Jack Slices
Blue Cheese Crumbles
And your favorite toppings &
Trimmings.

How To Throw It Together :

Fry bacon until crisp. Pour into a heat proof bowl to cool, including the drippings.
Add the olive oil to the skillet, add the onion, garlic, peppers & mushrooms. Sauté until onions become translucent, about five minutes. Pour into bowl with the bacon, and let cool.
Once cool, add the venison, cheddar cheese,egg, Moore's, liquid smoke & Cavenders season . Mix well with your hands. Form into patties, cook in cast iron skillet, four minutes per side.
"Optional "Place a slice of pepper jack cheese on patties the last minute of frying, assemble & top with blue cheese.
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby jv » Mon Jan 12, 2015 10:13 pm

Thanks for sharing Terry.
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby glenn » Tue Jan 13, 2015 4:25 pm

With the name, I was expecting something like this:

2 lbs of your favorite road kill

whatever you can find in the neighbor's garbage cans such as-

molded cheese

shriveled up lettuce

onion skin

partial cans of corn or other vegetables

the paper towels they used to soaked up the morning bacon grease

and any other suitable fixin's

mix meat, vegetables, grease towels and form patties.

Place in coffee can over fire and cook until done.

Then place on molded bread along with cheese, shriveled lettuce and onion skins. ENJOY!

Then I remembered the lines at the grocery stores. The people buying with food stamps, or whatever they call the cards they issue them now, always have much better groceries than I do. Then they load them in their Cadillac and go home to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

Disclaimer: I have absolutely no issue with the people that truly have fallen on hard times, disabled, or elderly getting assistance.
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby terry08 » Tue Jan 13, 2015 4:34 pm

glenn wrote:With the name, I was expecting something like this:

2 lbs of your favorite road kill

whatever you can find in the neighbor's garbage cans such as-

molded cheese

shriveled up lettuce

onion skin

partial cans of corn or other vegetables

the paper towels they used to soaked up the morning bacon grease

and any other suitable fixin's

mix meat, vegetables, grease towels and form patties.

Place in coffee can over fire and cook until done.

Then place on molded bread along with cheese, shriveled lettuce and onion skins. ENJOY!

Then I remembered the lines at the grocery stores. The people buying with food stamps, or whatever they call the cards they issue them now, always have much better groceries than I do. Then they load them in their Cadillac and go home to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

Disclaimer: I have absolutely no issue with the people that truly have fallen on hard times, disabled, or elderly getting assistance.

Glenn, you are absolutely right.
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Re: Venison Welfare Burgers

Postby glenn » Tue Jan 13, 2015 6:02 pm

terry08 wrote:
glenn wrote:With the name, I was expecting something like this:

2 lbs of your favorite road kill

whatever you can find in the neighbor's garbage cans such as-

molded cheese

shriveled up lettuce

onion skin

partial cans of corn or other vegetables

the paper towels they used to soaked up the morning bacon grease

and any other suitable fixin's

mix meat, vegetables, grease towels and form patties.

Place in coffee can over fire and cook until done.

Then place on molded bread along with cheese, shriveled lettuce and onion skins. ENJOY!

Then I remembered the lines at the grocery stores. The people buying with food stamps, or whatever they call the cards they issue them now, always have much better groceries than I do. Then they load them in their Cadillac and go home to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

Disclaimer: I have absolutely no issue with the people that truly have fallen on hard times, disabled, or elderly getting assistance.

Glenn, you are absolutely right.


Sorry, I forgot to add, it looks delicious! I'll have to try out your recipe.
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