Discussion in 'Introductions & Greets' started by WRudman, Apr 27, 2015.
Keep at it. Keep my steenbok and duiker safe! I am counting on you!
Will do, but never fear, there are enough duikers and steenbok running around!
Too those that read this post, I wish you a belated Merry Christmas and a successful Hunting New Year! I was tasked to shoot a Steenbok ram for its cape, and just to prove that nothing goes to waste, for Christmas lunch we had as a side dish, two steenbok back legs, deboned and marinated in Rhinoster hoek's special marinade, stuffed and wrapped in bacon and slow cooked in the oven for three hours. If I might say so myself, awesome! The two back fillets will be prepared as a hor dourves for New Years day
Excellent roast. I envy you.
I'd suffer through and est that!
Mouth is watering just looking at that picture.
Ohhhhh man. Sorry you had to endure that torture!
I absolutely LOVE me some Steenbok!!! Mine was delicious, and now I am craving it yet again!
How long were his horns? He is huge!
I did not measure him yet, Ahem..... He was the worst of the best.......
Damm have to wait to June to sample the cooking .......Ohh well just the whale steak for New Years Eve !
I would be perfectly happy to come down there and just shoot predators!!
What would you like to try when you get here, I'll get something stockpiled and ready!
Shall we make a meal of it?
Absolutely and I will do the dishes
Steenbok Part Two: They say that mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun, but there is no stopping a South African and his braai! Daytime temperatures have been hovering at the 110 mark. What would have been a hors dourves ended as a meal for two.
It looks tasty.
Looks Delicious! Hope your New Year is just as good.
Fresh memories.....from Warren's place.
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