Wild Boar shoulder With Wild Garlic & BBQ

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Wild Boar shoulder With Wild Garlic & BBQ

Postby Todd » Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:48 pm

Wild Boar shoulder With Wild Garlic & BBQ

It's been cooking in the crock pot since 9:00, just took a look an it's falling off the bone. Had to take a taste, WOW!


I could eat the whole thing by myself.....


But my kids would kill me!!
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Re: Wild Boar shoulder With Wild Garlic & BBQ

Postby chief joe » Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:42 am

Todd wrote:Wild Boar shoulder With Wild Garlic & BBQ
It's been cooking in the crock pot since 9:00, just took a look an it's falling off the bone. Had to take a taste, WOW!
I could eat the whole thing by myself.....But my kids would kill me!!


I would take wild pork over domestic any day! :D
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Postby Todd » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:00 am

This was the wild boar I killed just after Christmas, and the wild garlic I gathered back in July.

I marinated it in Caribbean jerk, and BBQ sauce for about 1 1/2 days. In the bottom of the crock pot I heated olive oil, added a small, thinly sliced bulb of the garlic, and let that heat for 20 minutes. I then added the boar shoulder and let it cook on low until 3:00 when I had to leave. I pulled the meat from the bone and stirred it all up really well. It didn't take much pulling, it mostly just fell off. My wife got here at a little after 4:00 and plugged it back in until about 5:30.

It was amazing!

My oldest said it best when she said "this is so good it makes me want to cry".....

:D

Can't wait to sink my teeth into those tenderloins!!
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Postby chief joe » Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:39 pm

Todd wrote:
My oldest said it best when she said "this is so good it makes me want to cry"..... :D



I can understand that! We had a rump roast from a tender young deer that a friend brought back from the Hill Country. It was also very tender and flavorful. Best of all I hooked up with an elderly couple here in town thru Facebook whom I was able to share this bounty. I took them some frozen venison and trail baloney. The man used to hunt but is not disabled. Love the venison but hadn't had any for a long time!
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