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Posted by: Ripnem on 2010/03/16 01:51:47  

In Reply to: Pheasants recipe posted by ebrooker007 on 2010/03/15 21:47:50

She's right. Most dig the crap out of it.

I haven't ever measured any of what goes into it. It just continues to improve over time.

Pheasant Neuberg

A pile of egged Pheasant, shredded with forks (not cut up)
A bit of cooked and diced bacon (buckboard is the best)
Sliced mushrooms of your choice (jar type shrooms work fine)
Sliced Pepperacinis
Sliced Green olives
Franks Hot sauce
Heavy Whipping cream
Cream of Chicken soup
Cream of Mushroom soup
Feel free to add anything that sounds good to you

Combine it all in a Dutch Oven in your egg indirect at about 250-300 for 1 1/2-2 hrs.
I serve it over almost any starch. But the favorite is over eggs and hashbrowns.

Should look kinda like this.


Know fat, know flavor. No fat no flavor.

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