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Otto Matic

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Not a “need”, but a peppercorn sauce on a nice rare steak is pretty damned good.
IMHO, a good chunk of beef, properly prepared, (aged, cut, grilled on a mesquite fire) needs only salt and pepper and maybe a pat of butter is all that's necessary.

I personally think you could grill a pine board over a mesquite fire an have a tasty meal! 😀!
 

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Roasted fennel or anise & root veggies is pretty good with venison or wild pork roast. Good stuff in real Italian salami,fennel seed.
I love any kind of olives.
I sometimes make chile, with beans in them. Never corn tho.

Sometimes I have to use A1 when I eat at the neighbors.......but they use cloves in everything and eat pineapple too.
I keep my anti religion to myself an pick through the meal.
 

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but they use cloves in everything
I like clove flavor and I've had it in soups and stews and a very minor part but on everything...that would be a tough one!

Guys what about cinnamon on venison steaks? I saw it somewhere (possibly meateater) but never tried it for fear of either liking it or fear of ruining meat.
 

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I like clove flavor and I've had it in soups and stews and a very minor part but on everything...that would be a tough one!

Guys what about cinnamon on venison steaks? I saw it somewhere (possibly meateater) but never tried it for fear of either liking it or fear of ruining meat.
For some crazy reason I tried cinnamon in some fish batter once. That will never happen again.
 

hank4elk

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I like clove flavor and I've had it in soups and stews and a very minor part but on everything...that would be a tough one!

Guys what about cinnamon on venison steaks? I saw it somewhere (possibly meateater) but never tried it for fear of either liking it or fear of ruining meat.
I did a cinnamon clove deer roast w gravy for my folks once. I was the only dissenting vote on outcome. Overpowering spice,I could barely taste the meat. But mom & dad really liked it. Mom would cover a ham in cloves. LOL

I've blown a few tries at a Cumberland sauce with too much odd spices. Same with jam sauces.

Pork roast with apricot/chiopolte & a pinch of cinnamon is great. Even better on thick grilled chops.
 

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As my Mom got older....and older, the higher the percentage grew of food items she would combine that were just disgusting. White beans, ground turkey, water & chili powder was supposed to be chili. 1 pouch Rice noodles, 2 large cans pineapple, 2 jars sweet & sour sauce, and 3 diced chicken fingers was supposed to be some kinda Chinese dish. I can remember some things & evets all the way back to when I was 3 (65 now) and to this date I will Not put anything made with Mayo in my mouth. Substitute sour cream and I'm cool.
 

hank4elk

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As my Mom got older....and older, the higher the percentage grew of food items she would combine that were just disgusting. White beans, ground turkey, water & chili powder was supposed to be chili. 1 pouch Rice noodles, 2 large cans pineapple, 2 jars sweet & sour sauce, and 3 diced chicken fingers was supposed to be some kinda Chinese dish. I can remember some things & evets all the way back to when I was 3 (65 now) and to this date I will Not put anything made with Mayo in my mouth. Substitute sour cream and I'm cool.
I do still like my mayo on a few things.
But Mom was a buckeye and thinking back it was scary what could show up in my lunch sack. Like peanut butter & mayo.............or a dill pickle & PB. Chile could have anything in it but much real chili.
 

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I do still like my mayo on a few things.
But Mom was a buckeye and thinking back it was scary what could show up in my lunch sack. Like peanut butter & mayo.............or a dill pickle & PB. Chile could have anything in it but much real chili.
Peanut butter, mayo and dill pickle on white bread has always been a favorite of mine. I like your mom.
 
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