RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#26 by nickhammond121 , Thu Feb 12, 2015 4:29 pm



Dinner a few weeks back. Pan fried Pheasant breast, "murdered" by me. I have a freezer full of very free range meat products, ranging from rabbit to venison


 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#27 by AD , Thu Feb 12, 2015 4:47 pm

Thats making my mouth water yum yum. Tonight i will be having venison burgers with chips. My favorite pie is goose and rabbit with thick gravy yummy.


 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#28 by bart , Thu Feb 12, 2015 5:13 pm

I had a squabbit pie a few weeks back

I also have a freezer full of free range meat


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#29 by Steve W , Thu Feb 12, 2015 6:08 pm

Quote: Tam wrote in post #10
Quote: 123hotchef wrote in post #7
u got a smoker Tam


Hot smoker - the guys from Gods country have tried smoked Venison, Pheasant & Goose ;)



Never tried goose. Whats it like. Still have a couple of brace in the shed need to cook up this weekend before they go over.

I cant wait till next shooting season


 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#30 by Jon Grimsby , Thu Feb 12, 2015 6:12 pm

Quote: bart wrote in post #28
I had a squabbit pie a few weeks back

I also have a freezer full of free range meat


Each to there own with whatever they want to eat but I do get a bit narked when people say its murder to shoot animals and then they go and buy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,dead animals to eat, pot and kettle



 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#31 by Jon Grimsby , Thu Feb 12, 2015 6:16 pm

Quote: Steve W wrote in post #29
Quote: Tam wrote in post #10
Quote: 123hotchef wrote in post #7
u got a smoker Tam


Hot smoker - the guys from Gods country have tried smoked Venison, Pheasant & Goose ;)



Never tried goose. Whats it like. Still have a couple of brace in the shed need to cook up this weekend before they go over.

I cant wait till next shooting season


Don't bother with Canada, Pinkfoot is better, I cant believe the season is over already, and just when I was getting my eye in Ah well, plenty of rabbits, squirrels and pigeons to keep me busy, not to mention the Foxes and Muntjac that need sorting out



 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#32 by chris07 ( deleted ) , Thu Feb 12, 2015 8:51 pm

Quote: AD wrote in post #24
Quote: chris07 wrote in post #11
av never been in to murdering animals just not my thing . its a shame though as i get invited out quite often and turn it down i do enjoy the clay's though that's a good day out


I bet you eat murdered animals though.



yes i do i dont have a problem with it i;m just glad it isn't me doing the killing i fell bad enough running over bunny rabbits with out shooting Bambi


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#33 by bart , Fri Feb 13, 2015 9:23 am

Murder, bunny and bambi

I take it you are anti shooting then chris ?

but not anti eating lol


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#34 by chris07 ( deleted ) , Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:11 am

no @bart i'm all for shooting something needs to kill and eat the deer. and sine we have wiped out all the bares and wolf's that kept the numbers down its up to us now

i'm not anty its just not my thing but each to there own


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#35 by 123hotchef , Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:13 am

how about road kill?


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#36 by chris07 ( deleted ) , Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:16 am

Quote: 123hotchef wrote in post #35
how about road kill?



i have a mate that's into road kill deer . he reckons if its got eyes its good to eat lol


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#37 by Jon Grimsby , Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:26 am

Quote: chris07 wrote in post #36
Quote: 123hotchef wrote in post #35
how about road kill?



i have a mate that's into road kill deer . he reckons if its got eyes its good to eat lol


I hope your mate can tell if a deer or any other road kill has a decease.



 
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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#38 by 123hotchef , Fri Feb 13, 2015 11:06 am

Disease killed off when cooked


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#39 by chris07 ( deleted ) , Fri Feb 13, 2015 12:02 pm

Quote: Jon Grimsby wrote in post #37
Quote: chris07 wrote in post #36
Quote: 123hotchef wrote in post #35
how about road kill?



i have a mate that's into road kill deer . he reckons if its got eyes its good to eat lol


I hope your mate can tell if a deer or any other road kill has a decease.

av know idea he i still living though


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#40 by bart , Fri Feb 13, 2015 12:26 pm

Quote: chris07 wrote in post #34
no @bart i'm all for shooting something needs to kill and eat the deer. and sine we have wiped out all the bares and wolf's that kept the numbers down its up to us now

i'm not anty its just not my thing but each to there own


What bits you after chris ?


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#41 by chris07 ( deleted ) , Fri Feb 13, 2015 12:39 pm

front passenger wheel arch liner and wheel arch


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RE: Pheasants - Central Scotland

#42 by bart , Fri Feb 13, 2015 1:01 pm

Ok let u know what I am doing after the weekend


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