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KSCATTRAPR
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I tried this tonight with some tenderloins. Instead of mushrooms I put in some fresh garlic and selantro along with the blue cheese. It was honestly one of the best tenderloins I have cooked. Next time I think I will put in some jalopeno slices to spice it up. I'm out of tenderloins so until deer season starts I will be trying this with some leg steaks. Great recipe, thanks for posting.
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Bryan pinick
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Back strap thawing now....sounds great!
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My girlfriend wanted backstrap on the grill, and doesn't like blue cheese, so I used my last piece of backstrap for that.

I tried your recipe with half a wild turkey breast, and it was awesome. [thumbsup]

Bob

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HOLY cow... Venison backstrap, blue cheese, mushrooms and bacon...

That's like a beautiful pin up. Nothing better.

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RAU,

Thank you for sharing this recipe. I tried it this past weekend and was blown away. Without a doubt, it was the best venison I have ever had! I will absolutely make this again. Even my wife liked it and she does not eat venison. Kids liked it, too.

Tom

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