Deer Brains ?

 
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 7:42 pm

They served goat brains on an episode of 'Chopped' on the food network last night. Yummy

 
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Post by VigIIPeaBurner » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:00 pm

Had bovine brains once, with scrambled eggs :|

 
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Post by waldo lemieux » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:05 pm

I don't think Ive ever had ANY brains :o :doh: now Ive stepped in it...........

 
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:07 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:I don't think Ive ever had ANY brains :o :doh: now Ive stepped in it...........
Yeppers :poke:

 
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:07 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:I don't think Ive ever had ANY brains :o :doh: now Ive stepped in it...........
Yeppers :poke:

 
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:10 pm

I've never eaten brains myself, and probably never will. Nor will I eat at the New China House.

 
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Post by olpanrider » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:02 pm

My Grandparents loved hogs head cheese on crackers with buttermilk..

Me? Not so much

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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:10 pm

olpanrider wrote:My Grandparents loved hogs head cheese on crackers with buttermilk..

Me? Not so much
I like souse (head cheese). I like mine a little sweeter, I add sugar to the vinegar. It's the best way to use all the meat from a hog.

It's not made from brains though (at least I've never seen it made with the brains)

 
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Post by Logs » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:14 pm

Hog head cheese on crackers YUMMY :cry: :sick:

 
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Post by olpanrider » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:41 pm

SWPaDon wrote:
olpanrider wrote:My Grandparents loved hogs head cheese on crackers with buttermilk..

Me? Not so much
I like souse (head cheese). I like mine a little sweeter, I add sugar to the vinegar. It's the best way to use all the meat from a hog.

It's not made from brains though (at least I've never seen it made with the brains)
Just looked up head cheese on wiki.. what my Grandparents called hogs head cheese didnt look nothing like the pics on wiki.. so they may of not used the correct term.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_cheese#/search

It actually looked more like pig brains and eggs scrambled. been many many years since then so who know but them for sure : )

 
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:57 pm

What I made didn't look like any of those pictures either. I boiled the bones after butchering and got all the scraps of meat that were left on the bones to make mine.

 
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Post by jpete » Sat. Mar. 26, 2016 11:37 pm

I've never eaten brains, and I might try them if given the opportunity but around here at least, deer brains would not be the best choice due to "chronic wasting disease".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronic_wasting_disease

 
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Post by davidmcbeth3 » Sun. Mar. 27, 2016 12:46 am

It tastes like chicken ...but brainier ..

 
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Post by cabinover » Sun. Mar. 27, 2016 8:35 am

davidmcbeth3 wrote:It tastes like chicken ...but brainier ..
Oh, real smart David, real smart.

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