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First take some deer steaks and trim them to a thin layer ½ inches or so. Then take and let them marinate in dale stake sauce for a few hours.

 

Then take a grill the stake for a short time. If you grill them to long it will get dry and that’s not a good thing.

 Take and cut up or open a few cans of mushrooms and place in a skillet. and sauté until sautéed.
 

 

 

Place swiss chess on steak and let it melt.

 
 
Once melted place on bread add mushrooms and enjoy.
 

 
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UUUmmmm.  When will supper be ready?
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http://www.opticstalk.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=15468&KW=bacon&PID=173769#173769
This is going on the grill tonight if the rain holds off. If it rains i'll get out the electric grill from the 80's and cook away.
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Oh man!  That looks great.  Excellent  I never think of cooking things this good.
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I have a few good things to cook with elk, deer, fish but I never think to take pictuers and do a post on it untill it's all ate and to late. I'll try to make some more post of stuff I cook so maybe yawl can try it. I do simple stuff so it is easy to do in less than 45minutes.
 
 
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Didn't I see a post by Chris that he was going to add new Cooking Thread under Everything Else Forum?  I would be greatly interested in that!
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bd i gotta ask, how come you used canned mushrooms instead of fresh ones??

im on board with the rest of it though, sounds yummy.
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Looks great BD.  I might customise it with some fried onions.
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Originally posted by Dogger Dogger wrote:

Looks great BD.  I might customise it with some fried onions.

good call craig!
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+1 fried sweet Vidalias!
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 YUP! Needs onions.
 Looks good otherwise.
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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:


 Take and cut up or open a few cans of mushrooms and place in a skillet. and sauté until sautéed.

 


Good tip there, Brandon!  I never thought of saute-ing something until completely saute-ed!


Good looking sandwich there, buddy!  I'll have to give that a try.

One question, though...  Was the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire sauce shown next to the pan used in the recipe, or did it just happen to be sitting on the counter when you snapped the pic?  Or was "Dale steak sauce" just easier to spell, so you went with it instead?Wink
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That is a VERY Goot Question! YA!
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Add a light coat of Marmite to the meat and it's perfect.
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:


 Take and cut up or open a few cans of mushrooms and place in a skillet. and sauté until sautéed.

 


Good tip there, Brandon!  I never thought of saute-ing something until completely saute-ed!


Good looking sandwich there, buddy!  I'll have to give that a try.

One question, though...  Was the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire sauce shown next to the pan used in the recipe, or did it just happen to be sitting on the counter when you snapped the pic?  Or was "Dale steak sauce" just easier to spell, so you went with it instead?Wink
 
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Nawwww, not finding fault; just making a helpful observation!Wink
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

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One question, though...  Was the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire sauce shown next to the pan used in the recipe, or did it just happen to be sitting on the counter when you snapped the pic?  Or was "Dale steak sauce" just easier to spell, so you went with it instead?Wink
 
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Originally posted by SD Dog SD Dog wrote:

Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

[QUOTE=Bigdaddy0381]
One question, though...  Was the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire sauce shown next to the pan used in the recipe, or did it just happen to be sitting on the counter when you snapped the pic?  Or was "Dale steak sauce" just easier to spell, so you went with it instead?Wink
 
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Dang!!!! tuff crowd. No I was going to use the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire but there was not enought so I went with dale's and didn't move the bottle.As for the onions nah tend to give me heart burn so bad my arms go knumb so I try to stay away from them as much as I can. The caned shrooms was all I had at the time and didn't feel like driving to the store.
 
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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

Dang!!!! tuff crowd. No I was going to use the Lea & Perrins Worchestershire but there was not enought so I went with dale's and didn't move the bottle.As for the onions nah tend to give me heart burn so bad my arms go knumb so I try to stay away from them as much as I can. The caned shrooms was all I had at the time and didn't feel like driving to the store.
 
You just know that part was Cut & Paste! Wink
 
I have a terrible time with raw onions and heartburn.  No problem at all if they are cookied!
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You are right it was cut and paste.

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ANybody heard anymore from Chris aboutr starting a recipes thread?   it is a great idea!
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