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    Default corning game meat

    man i love corned beef and cabbage with some fancy red potatoes. anyone out there care to share how they go about corning there game meat?

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    Yep. I'll look for my recipe tomorrow morning. Corned moose is sooo good!
    It's real easy, but it takes a while and the temperature is very important. If you have room in the fridge, that's perfect.

    Ken
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    Default corning recipe

    scroll down in this thread link for a good corning recipe...works great.

    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...ad.php?t=23452

    happy eating

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    Default Ak butchers supply in Anch.

    Ak butcher's supply has a mix for $7.50 that cures 25 lbs. It is very simple and delicious. Works VERY well on moose brisket.
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    There is a recipe at this site that is tremendous and it is very easy. I love it for sure. I like to corn relatively thin pieces of moose roast rather than a big chunk so that the corning brine gets all the way into the center of the meat.

    http://www.alaskaoutdoorjournal.com/...rnedmoose.html

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    I corned a 5 lb buffalo roast the other day with a mix of all the recipes in this post and let it marinated for 8 days turning every day then put it in the crock pot on low for 10 hours let it cool a few hours and then sliced it for Rubens , Man it was GREAT!!!
    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    Default Don't forget the corned moose hash

    I like to can a few pints everytime I corn a bunch up...you add it to pan fried potatoes and mash it up with your spatula...great with eggs and toast. Everyone I have served this too, raves about it.

    If the ruebens get old it's a great way to use up the rest of it or the pieces that don't slice up right....

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