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Side Dishes

Postby DRYLOK » Mon May 09, 2011 1:23 pm

I've gotten pretty handy with a grill and the meat itself but never experimented much with side dishes. What do you guys like to serve with your wild game. For simplicity let's just say side dishes for waterfowl. Also on a side note does anyone know how to make home made cole slaw? What is the creamy stuff in it? Gawd I love cole slaw
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Re: Side Dishes

Postby TomKat » Mon May 09, 2011 1:30 pm

Excuse me sir, are you lost? The 2nd amendment area is over there-

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Re: Side Dishes

Postby DRYLOK » Mon May 09, 2011 2:23 pm

lol Ya well the 2nd amendment issue in IL has been put on hold so we can re-group and try again. Not anything going on that I can talk about right now :no:
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Re: Side Dishes

Postby GroundSwatter » Tue May 10, 2011 12:57 pm

How exactly are you cooking your duck? If you're grilling already, why not go ahead and grill some corn or asparagus while you're at it?
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Re: Side Dishes

Postby DRYLOK » Thu May 12, 2011 7:44 am

I never thought of that I guess different sides would be better than others depending on how you're cooking the main course. I guess that's why I never thought about sides because we're always just wrapping them in bacon and flopping them on the grill and sit and eat them till we puke.
Once this spring I did chicken fry some glad rags and had a side of fried potatoes and green beans so I know that works. That's kind of what got me thinking about other side dishes.
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Re: Side Dishes

Postby GroundSwatter » Tue May 17, 2011 3:25 pm

DRYLOK wrote:I never thought of that I guess different sides would be better than others depending on how you're cooking the main course. I guess that's why I never thought about sides because we're always just wrapping them in bacon and flopping them on the grill and sit and eat them till we puke.
Once this spring I did chicken fry some glad rags and had a side of fried potatoes and green beans so I know that works. That's kind of what got me thinking about other side dishes.


It depends on what you're doing. If you're already at the grill, you might as well grill it all. Depending on the mood, and my gut, if I'm frying things, I may fry all my sides or I may opt to do something lighter to offset how heavy fried food can be. No written rules, but if you're already going to the trouble of firing up a grill or heating up oil for a fryer, you might as well take advantage of it.
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