Venison Stew recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

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Nothing better than an Open-Fire Stew whether it’s venison, beef, lamb, pork, rabbit, squirrel, or roadkill. The BBQ Pit Boys show how easy it is to do using some old-time techniques.

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  1. Dan Wolf
    Dan Wolf says:

    I pick up 2 or 3 roadkill deer a year in Michigan. There's enough you can always find one still warm. DON'T gut a roadkill! Slice the hide down the spine and peel it down. Slice off the backstrap/s and quarter/s that aren't bruised (1 sides usually bad) and then bone the meat out into your preferred cuts and wrap.

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  2. jen bar
    jen bar says:

    I’ve been watching for many years, still a fan and always will be. But I have to say I miss these rustic videos. Watching the same ones I’ve seen years ago. Much entertainment.

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  3. Paula Banáné
    Paula Banáné says:

    Nagyon szép ez a zene !!!!
    Tetszik, hogy milyen élvezettel készítik és fogyasztják el a kész ételt !!! Gratulálok szeretettel !!! Próbáltam jegyzetelni, de nem tudom mikorra lesz ebből fordítás !!! Köszönöm !!

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  4. Paula Banáné
    Paula Banáné says:

    A szarvashús igen különleges és finom eledel !!! Nagyon szeretem , én is készítettem már sütve és vadasan is !!! Vörösborral felöntve fantasztikus az íze … – Ez csak fantasztikus lehet !!! A zene is kedvemre való ! A kész étel gusztusos !!!

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  5. ayeee160113
    ayeee160113 says:

    Got my hands on some deer meat from my grandfather. Thought it was a roast so I had bought everything to smoke it low and slow. Turns out. It's just a bunch of strips and chunks. Guess I'm doing stew.

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  6. ZeroGHome24
    ZeroGHome24 says:

    Every Time I watch one of your videos I've always got to grab a bite to eat, all your recipes are amazing and cheap too. My family all love it when I cook your dishes. Respect from England.

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