Its what's for supper!!

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  1. Schultzy

    Schultzy Grizzled Veteran

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    Deer heart from my doe this morning!! I love eating heart. The heart is my favorite thing to eat out of any critter I shoot. My daughter even likes it.

    I coat it with fry magic and throw it in some grease and fry it up. I also put a sliced onion in it always too and fry that with the heart. So good!!


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  2. POWERHAWK_11

    POWERHAWK_11 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Never had heart before.


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  3. Lung Buster

    Lung Buster Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I have never eaten heart but I will take your word for it!!
     
  4. trial153

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  5. Tony

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    Yummy!!!
     
  6. tlrfshr

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    Heart would be something new to try for sure. What is it comparable to?
     
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    Like and over sized gizzard.... that sucker beats a 100 times a minute. Nice and tender. lol
     
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    May be good but dont have the heart to try it yet!
     
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    Looks yummy Steve!
     
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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's delicious!

    Always look forward to fried heart and eggs for breakfast.
     
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    I'm trying it with my next deer. Looks good Schultzy!
     
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    First thing I eat...always fresh never frozen!
     
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    I had one last weekend, it's the best part! :rock:
     
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    If its just like a gizzard then I'm out.
     
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    I just read in a deer book (I'm new to the sport) that's it's traditionally served the first night at deer camp, from the first deer taken.
     
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    First thing I cook as well. I like to pull the inside tenders and the heart and cook in a gravy over toasts, biscuits or rice. I often cook these while the deer is still hanging... before I butcher.
     
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    Also great with peppers and onions in a sandwich, as in Philly cheese steak.
     
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    That's looks excellent! We usually cut ours into strips and chicken fry it alongside mashed taters and gravy
     
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    I don't kill chickens to eat the gizzard and I don't kill deer to eat the heart :D But I have done both, not bad but it's not backstrap.
     
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    'specially if it's wrapped in bacon ...
     

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