To all those that dared to ride the Devil’s Tricycle for one minute. Let there be a permanent online monument to commemorate those soles that were neither weak or timid.
Jack Beauregard 40
Steve E. 35
Mark Arnold 49
George Savard 48
Darcy Campbell 39 with a couple beers from Creemore Brewery in him.
New Record April 20th, 2014
I hunt. No apologies about this fact. Trying to get the highest quality meat that isn’t farm grown or raised in a commercial operation is important to me. The tenderloins are arguably the best cuts of meat from an animal and really do not need a lot of messing around to make them taste great. I’ve tried this recipe and it is quick simple and easy, and doesn’t overpower the flavour of the meat.
Quick-and-Easy Venison Marinade Ingredients:
¼ cup apple cider (or apple juice)
¼ cup Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp dried rosemary
2 tsp garlic powder, or 2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp sea salt
½ tsp ground black pepper
Put all the ingredients into a large zippy bag and mix well. Then, add the meat and refrigerate for between 2 and 24 hours. The longer you leave it, the more those flavors will infuse themselves into the meat, so don’t be afraid to leave it overnight. Just like that, you’ve got steaks ready for the grill. Enjoy!
6 sweet potatoes
1 Tbsp of rosemary
1 tsp of Cumin
2 Tbsp of paprika
2 pounds of decased sausage
2 small onions
2 yellow or red peppers
Cut sweet potatoes into small cubes and start frying in coconut oil or bacon grease. Cut up red peppers and onions and add to mix. Add all spices and mix together. Add green onions near the end before serving.
Take the skin off of the sausages and cook them in small chunks, you can add them to the sweet potatoes later.
Cool with lid on to help steam the sweet potatoes. Keep stirring frequently.
Cooking time is approximately 35 mins.
A favorite at the fire hall on Sunday mornings!
Cook up a couple eggs and crack them over the top. Awesome paleo primal friendly recipe. Cook it in larger batches to save for the week.
Check out the post on 6 Ways to make Pancakes a Healthier option!