Saturday, October 24, 2009

More Game Day Snacking

Good Saturday morning everyone! I am super excited to share something with you....

I have a GUEST blogger today! Today's blog and recipes will be brought to you by none other than JASON! 8) Before I turn the blog over to him, I wanted to forewarn you that he does not use measurements...just know "until it tastes right"
Enjoy Jason's recipes (because we LOVE them here) and be sure to show him some love in the comments section! 8)

So with out further is Jason's recipes...oh and of course WAR EAGLE!

Bacon Wrapped Deer Tenderloin
Deer tenderloin, cubed
Bacon, cut in half
Brown sugar
Allegro Wild Game marinade

Marinate Deer Tenderloin in the wild game marinade. Wrap bacon around the tenderloin and secure with a toothpick. Sprinkle brown sugar on top of the wrapped tenderloin. (Or you can go ahead and caramelize the brown sugar and pour over the tenderloin…just do which ever you would prefer) Place tenderloins on a pan with holes or a fish basket so that the tenderloins will not fall through the grill. Place into a prepared smoker. Cook on medium heat. Do Not Over Cook!!! You will be able to tell when the tenderloins are done. Serve with Alabama football.

Low Country Boil
Fresh shrimp (usually 2-3 lbs depending on # served)
Smoked Sausage
New Potatoes
Corn on the Cob
2-3 bags of crab boil

You will need a large stock pot for making this recipe.
Cut smoked sausage. Cut new potatoes (do not peel) into quarters. Cut onions. Cut lemons in half.
Fill large stock pot with water and bring to a boil. Put crab boil in. Place sausage, new potatoes, onions, corn, and lemons in pot. Allow to cook until all ingredients are done. Turn off stove and place shrimp in the pot at the last minute. Do Not Overcook Shrimp! Serve with Cole slaw and cornbread.

Picture of final results...if outside just throw down some newspaper on a table and serve it right there.



Jenifer said...

I'm on my way to your house! =) Now I'm craving some shrimp! Great recipes Jason! I've got to stop reading Jessica's blog on Saturdays! I gain weight just from reading!

The Allen Family said...

what a chef jason!! everything looks delicious... the only thing i'm missing on this post is the closing... :) ha! WAR EAGLE!!!

Nancy said...

Josh will want to try the first recipe out :)
He's in the woods right now, so maybe he'll bring one home tonight!

Khordaddy said...

Wow, great recipes! Need more guy (guest) bloggers! The deer tenderloin looks great! That boil looks deadly ;) THink I might have to try that one.

I don't measure either, I always 'eyeball' it, or do everything 'to taste'. True chefs!

Crystal said...

I'll have to share the deer recipe with my dad! The guys in my family love some deer meat!

How about that Rocky Block?? Roll Tide Roll!

Cara said...

We make a similar sausage and shrimp boil. I love stuff like that! So yummy! Maybe I need to make it again soon. Yours looks delicious.

Kelly Wright Photography said...

Oh my gosh! I haven't had the bacon wrapped deer meat in years! I remember thinking those things were the best EVER!!!