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RTR

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Hey Rusty
EASY
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venison jerky for that buck you got.Cut strips,soak in this > https://www.target.com/p/colgin-all...4029a2c73b6417e7d743c358b0f9335b&gclsrc=3p.ds
In frig overnight.Dry in oven (as low as it goes) a couple hours and done.It comes out pretty good :)
 

bill from lachine

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Baked in the oven?
The mrs said she was doing a Sheppards Pie again for me.:tongue3::hello2:
Jim, Yep we bake it in the oven with foil over it and then brown the cheese on the top under the broiler at the end. Our version has grated cheese on top instead of breadcrumbs. We'll have it with a side salad.
 

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Jim, Yep we bake it in the oven with foil over it and then brown the cheese on the top under the broiler at the end. Our version has grated cheese on top instead of breadcrumbs. We'll have it with a side salad.
Sounds like a true Canadian version with the grated cheese.
Bread crumbs-say what-that's sacrilegious
Maybe a dabble of ketchup
 

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