Never tried the pepper under the bacon. Fresh or pickled peppers?
About the crock pot…very little bbq sauce and no liquid. Also works well as a buried pot recipe like baked beans.
The Chocolate Eruption is very good.
Wow that sounds delicious
I wish I could give you some advice on the dove thing but the ones in my neighborhood fly like a rocket. I have seen guys on a boat use a case of shells without getting a bird.
I think they stock up on my bird feeder for energy[:D]
Paul E. Smith
As someone who can easily bag a daily limit of 15 birds any time that I have two whole cases of shells handy, I do doves two ways, mainly. Wrapped in pepper bacon, with jalapeno slices under the bacon, and grilled, and I like to do them with carmelized onions, doing the onions first and then adding the breasts to saute until they’re just a bit browned. I’ve been known to do a smothered dove and to pan roast them, but I’m just not big on doing whole birds.
And here I was hoping for chocolate…
bacon wrapped, sometimes with a slice or two of jalapeno pepper, and grilled is the only way to go with me and my buddies. I’ll have to try the barbecue sauce sometime. Good idea.
We have three standard recipes. Bacon wrapped and grilled, crock pot w/ bbq sauce and simply broiled…any other ideas?
BTW, Saturday was a disaster for dove hunting. Eighteen rounds, four hours and a single dove downed. Ten of those rounds should have never been fired but boredom and heat generate stupidity.
Doves and quail are very different. Doves have a breast that is almost purple while quail are basically white meat.
I have a question….is there much of a differnece between dove and quail? Taste? Size? I ate quail when I was very young, don’t remember too much about. Never have had dove.They’re all around in the fields here.
Obviously, after they left you they came here to visit.
Somewhere there is an old dove sitting in a tree telling the young ones "See the man thing w/ a black stick that spiits fire w/ wood on the botttom…do the fancy flying thing or end up as dinner".
Today was a box of shells and only ten doves. The moves they did today should have been in the circus.
Plum sauce, plum sauce…as I look from my window at a plum tree heavy w/ fruit…wonderful concept.
The best dove I’ve had was grilled and served with a plum sauce and sesame seeds.
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