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Old 12-01-2017, 10:10 AM
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Whats the best way or ya'lls favorite way to cook a venison neck roast? Crock pot with veggies or smoke? How do ya'll season one?
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Old 12-01-2017, 01:08 PM
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Iíve cooked some in crockpot with the works and turned out great , but I usually just grind mine , sure is a lot of good meat on a neck that most throw away !
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I usually always grind mine into burger nowadays. Lots of good meat. Crock pot works well, too.
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Old 12-01-2017, 03:15 PM
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Thanks ya'll. I think I'm gonna throw it in the crock pot in the morning loaded with some veggies so I can just kick back tomorrow afternoon and watch the game. Might wrap it with some bacon for some extra flavor.
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Thanks ya'll. I think I'm gonna throw it in the crock pot in the morning loaded with some veggies so I can just kick back tomorrow afternoon and watch the game. Might wrap it with some bacon for some extra flavor.
I like a neck roast in the crock pot... Salt and pepper.. Garlic,onion, celery, taters , carrots and you are headed in the right direction pal!
That bacon will turn to mush in the crock pot.
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I would skip the bacon and put as least amount of liquid as possible.
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Neck roast covered in water with pack of Liptons onion soup mix on low all night.................Turn off in the am and cool............meat will fall off the bones and pull out the esophagus.............put in potatoes, carrots, and onions and cook all day adding salt and pepper to taste.................serve in large bowl over cracklin' cornbread............
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Neck roast covered in water with pack of Liptons onion soup mix on low all night.................Turn off in the am and cool............meat will fall off the bones and pull out the esophagus.............put in potatoes, carrots, and onions and cook all day adding salt and pepper to taste.................serve in large bowl over cracklin' cornbread............
I fillet the neck meat off the bone while the deer is hanging. There is no esophagus in it........
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I always do them in the crock pot... Did one while in college and a buddy tried some and loved it. Decided he would save the neck roast off the next deer he shot for the crock pot. Invited me over when he cooked it but unfortunately he didnt remove the esophagus.... Didnt taste too well. : rofl:
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I fillet the neck meat off the bone while the deer is hanging. There is no esophagus in it........
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I throw mine in an enamel coated dutch oven with veggies and seasonings and a little liquid and put in the oven covered around 250 for 3-4 hrs. it falls off the bone. You can do this with the shanks also that most people throw away. Makes for some very tender delicious eats! Just get the esophagus out beforehand!
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I like to cook the neck with some beans in the crockpot. I've never left the goozle(esophagus) in mine. Always cut it out when gutting.
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I think you guys are talking about the trachea, the ribbed tube. Leave it in there. It makes for a good horror show for your dinner guests. I imagine the esophagus might contain digestive juices that would make the dish icky.

Goozle....that's funny.
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Thanks everyone for the feed back. I ended up cooking it in the crock pot seasoned with garlic, salt, and pepper with potatoes onions and carrots. Turned out very good. meat was very tender and fell off the bone.
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Anybody ever ate the neck roast from a November buck? Im wondering if all them hormones would make the meat taste bad?
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Anybody ever ate the neck roast from a November buck? Im wondering if all them hormones would make the meat taste bad?
Yes I have, and no it didn't.
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I would skip the bacon and put as least amount of liquid as possible.
Skip the bacon??? Name me one thing on this planet that's better without bacon.....
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Skip the bacon??? Name me one thing on this planet that's better without bacon.....
Agreed Added some bacon grease to the green beans
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Old 12-06-2017, 02:09 PM
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Looks great Chris!!!!!!
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I save all my deer necks and any the guys at the cleaning station want to throw away, there are so many ways to eat. I cook in crock pot till falling off bone then clean by removing any membrane and bones with my fingers, so you can feel any, then I save in bags with some broth and freeze. later I make hash, using broth for gravy, jalapenos and onions with taco seasoning make Mexican, meat and broth over rice, there are so many ways to eat it. My favorite is hash with lacy cornbread.
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Looks great Chris!!!!!!
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I save all my deer necks and any the guys at the cleaning station want to throw away, there are so many ways to eat. I cook in crock pot till falling off bone then clean by removing any membrane and bones with my fingers, so you can feel any, then I save in bags with some broth and freeze. later I make hash, using broth for gravy, jalapenos and onions with taco seasoning make Mexican, meat and broth over rice, there are so many ways to eat it. My favorite is hash with lacy cornbread.
Good ideas. I'll have to keep that in mind for next time.
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Old 12-10-2017, 09:30 AM
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Cant go wrong with a slow cooked neck roast. Next time try it Mississippi style...my family loves it
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