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Speaking of Venison, A local Chinese food place was shut down since they were caught dragging a deer(It was road kill) through the front doors. A man saw it and called the health department. They were shut down, and just re-opened. I wonder if anyone has gone in there since, because everyone knows what happened there. The story made it on Jay Leno.
BTW, I havent really had Beef Jerky. Anyone suggest a brand and flavor that is good that can be found at a drug store.
Anyone suggest a brand and flavor that is good that can be found at a drug store.
They are all about the same. Oberto and Jack's are all right. If you like it tough to chew, go with original, if you want it to be easier on the jaw, Teriyaki, or whatever it is, is fine. If you can ever get the real stuff, not the store bought type, it makes that store stuff seem bland.
I haven't had really good jerky in a long time. There used to be this stand around here that had the best honey flavored jerky I've ever tasted, it was just amazingly delicious. Sadly, it is no more, and I'm reduced mainly to store jerky. sigh.
Chicken Paprika. Get a large pot. Thin layer of vegatable oil on the bottom of the pot. Get a nice sizzle going with some chicken legs or breasts or thighs. Add Diced onion and paprika from Hungary. Brown a tad bit. Add water. Add long hots. Let it boil for as long as you would like just make sure the chicken is boiled. When the chicken is boiled, take it off the bone, plop back into the soup. Grab a ladel and serve it over elbow macaroni. Ive seen it made with green peppers, stewed tomatos, and other veggies for a heartier meal but if you got with the original stye youre good. If its too spicy add a ssmall dab of sour cream to it. I cant find a google picture of it.