Youth Firearm Deer Hunt – Remington 700 .243 Win

It’s the youth weekend in Michigan and Quinn takes his son Gavin out to try connect with his first deer.

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  1. Crockett Outdoor’s BBQ Venison SteakMakes 1-2 poundsPrep time: 24 hoursCook time: appx. 15 MinutesYou will need:1-2 Lbs veonsin back straps cut into 3/4 inch chops (let them thaw out if frozen)MARINADE INGREDIENTS:1/3 cup soy sauce of your choice1/2 teaspoon mesquite liquid smoke1 teaspoon louisiana hot sauce1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg1 tablespoon sugar1/2 teaspoon ground garlic powder1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper1/2 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper1 tablespoon fresh squeezed lime juiceMIX ALL INGREDIENCE TOGETHER TO CREATE MARINADE[IF WANTING A QUICKER MARINADE USE 1 package of Mccormick Grill Mates Mesquite Flavored Marinade & 1 cup Honey BBQ sauce]FOR LATER USE:1 cup Honey BBQ sauceMilk (enough to submerge chops for soaking)Preperation:Take 1-2 pounds of chops (after being thawed out) rinse them with water and squeeze – repeat until blood is almost completely out of the meatNext put chops in a container and cover with milk – refridgerate for 4 hours then drain (the milk works as a tenderizer) Rinse and squeeze chops again to remove any remaining blood (this should remove any game taste)Place chops back into a clean container and pour marinade over the top (if chops are not fully submerged you may add extra honey BBQ sauce to the mixture)Let the chops marinade over night. In the morning flip and tenderize (I don’t have a tenderizer so I stabb with a fork).At noon flip and tenderize again then stir in the 1 cup Honey BBQ Sauce to the marinadeCooking Instructions:Pre-heat grill to 300 or 350 (I usually cook at 300 for a nice slow cook)Place meat on grill and let cook 5-7 minutes on each sidePour the remaining marinade on the meat and let cook for 1-2 minutes each side – or until chop looks done…This recipe has been a favorite of ours and have recieved many compliments on how tender the meat is. If you know someone who doesn’t like the gamey taste of meat let them try this recipe because it should have very little game taste (if any). The prep time is a little longer than normal but you won’t be let down.

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