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#1 oneshot

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Friends Bow Bear, this year...

 

One large pot dealy... lightly browned cubed bear roast in butter/olive oil, handfull of flour, salt/pepper/cumin,bay leaves, alittle consume/burgundy wine to cover, added cubed potato/baby carrots, alittle thin sliced/chopped onion. slow cooking on low heat,4-5hours, strong coffee added as needed to keep covered in liquid...

 

Cooled off over-night, to let flavours meld, for saturday dinner, served w/sweet corn bread and COLD beer...

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What time should me and my bottle of macallans single malt be there?

Internet forums are a great place to discuss your method of hunting, but not such a great place to criticize someone else's.  
 

 

 


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What time should me and my bottle of macallans single malt be there?


Now THAT is how you solicit an invitation.

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What time should me and my bottle of macallans single malt be there?


Now THAT is how you solicit an invitation.

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Internet forums are a great place to discuss your method of hunting, but not such a great place to criticize someone else's.  
 

 

 


#5 Roosevelt Mark

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That meat looks wonderful.



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