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Hambone
Dan Hammond - Oct 26, 2012
My prime rib recipe is amazing and fool proof. And yes, we do enjoy dove when season rolls around. For years I have either marinated and grilled with bacon the dove breasts, or used them in a stroganoff dish. However, I once hunted dove in Alabama and the wife made a dove meal with brown gravey that was absolutely amazing...I asked for the recipe but she didn't have one/just cooked from scratch and never wrote it down. Would love to see your dove recipe for sure!
mrdick1950
Marsha Gardner - Oct 25, 2012
We have them living in our yard. Love to listen to them chatter. Do you eat dove as well? Love to share my recipes. When I can afford it I want to get a prime rib and cook it your way.
Hambone
Dan Hammond - Oct 25, 2012
wow! thanks! I pinched them both...and while the deep fried quail sounds good and I will definately try, the smothered quail has me hopped up. Thanks again Marsha...quail season comes in a few weeks and I just kicked up a covey last weekend walking through a dandy spot!
mrdick1950
Marsha Gardner - Oct 25, 2012
I posted it Dan Smothered Quail as well as Deep Fried Quail.
Hambone
Dan Hammond - Oct 25, 2012
Smothered quail...I'd love to see your recipe as I need another good one for quail... cheers!
mrdick1950
Marsha Gardner - Oct 25, 2012
We have them in the yard and I do love them. Don't have to go on Safari to get them either. Also have covey's of quail and there isn't a small bird that is tastier. I love smothered quail for breakfast. Got me hungry, can't wait to hear how the duck prosciutto turns out.
Hambone
Dan Hammond - Oct 25, 2012
Thanks Marsha...I'll try to post some more recipes for sure...I'm making another JAP member's duck prosciuto recip and am really excited to see how it comes out! By the way, Guinea fowl is much tastier than pheasant in my opnion (the meat is more fatty/more dark than pheasant)...I kind of think of them as a "wild chickens." Had lot's of guinea on safari in Africa...we would harvest them when ever they showed while hunting other big game and enjoy them in the pot at mid-day. Yum!
mrdick1950
Marsha Gardner - Oct 25, 2012
I love your recipes, you need to post some new ones. My husband is particularly interested in your pheasant dish. He can't hunt it here in Alabama, we don't have them, but we had it all the time when we lived in NY. I use Guinea hens now as they are the closest to pheasant and I believe it is was is served as pheasant in most restaurants. We have a huge fish fry and barbecue the day after Thanksgiving with a gang of friends and family and I plan on making your Spinach Maria for that.
Hambone
Dan Hammond - Oct 25, 2012
Thanks for including my Spinach Maria recipe Marcha! Very honoring! Hope you enjoy this side dish.
Kster2033
Kathy Sterling - Oct 24, 2012
Thanks for including my Oriental Cabbage recipe. I hope you like it as much as my family does. Great cookbook.