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#1 oneshot

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Modified Pate', with a jewish touch...

Cut large veins away from liver, super finely chop white onions/celery/carrots with salt/black pepper/thyme and saute till onions go translucent. gently simmer liver in beef broth till just pink in the middle,save the broth to thin-out the final mixture, cut liver into small pieces and add to veggies and saute till carrots are soft, run through a blender/food processor till fully ground-up...

use reserved broth to  thin/smooth-out mix...

Add a hard-boiled egg and finely chopped Ital. parsley...

Better the next day, over salt-crackers or made into sammich's...

Takes about 30-40mins total time, has NO liver taste, very mild flavour...

Enjoy...

 

Did'nt take a photo, cause well... it does kinda look like what a child would leave in their diapers...hahaha


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Awsome man love this dish, used to make mine with fresh sage and rosemary but very similar.
I made some of dads elk liver with onions fried and it was not too good !!!
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#3 Roosevelt Mark

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That's ground food..I leave it on the ground.

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No one makes a gun big enough to force me to put liver in my mouth. No  matter who prepares it, it tastes gawd-awful!

 

I feel the same way about doves. They taste like liver, too.

 

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People who take wild meat and sauce it, mix it and screw it up so that it tastes not like wild game should go hunt in the grocery store.  You just wasted, ruined perfectly good meat.



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Haha you really wouldn't like my squirl dish then.
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People who take wild meat and sauce it, mix it and screw it up so that it tastes not like wild game should go hunt in the grocery store.  You just wasted, ruined perfectly good meat.

???

The only thing added ito this pate' is salt/pepper/onion/celery/carrots, chopped hard-boiled egg...

The 'traditional" pate' has bacon fat added, which over-whelms this simple dish...


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People who take wild meat and sauce it, mix it and screw it up so that it tastes not like wild game should go hunt in the grocery store.  You just wasted, ruined perfectly good meat.


Lol, What?

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youre always making the weirdest stuff. 



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I feel the same way about doves. They taste like liver, too.

 

Bill Quimby

 

That's because they were over cooked.


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Never have liver left over after frying with onions the night of the kill. As for doves, I make a cajun roux and cook in cast iron skillet, served with dirty rice.


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I tried to read but cannot! I just can't eat it or smell it!!! You can have all that I harvest



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