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#3556057 - 12/09/09 Neck roast in a crock pot?  
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Does anyone have any good recipes for cooking a neck roast in a crock pot??


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#3556863 - 12/09/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: Bob257]  
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Rub the roast liberally with olive oil, or even better, bacon grease (handles high temps better) In a HOT cast iron skillet, fry it fast and hot past the point of browning to almost slightly burnt. Let sit for ten minutes. Coat the roast in one packet of Schilling or McCormick Stew Seasoning. (Or lipton onion soup mix if you can't find the stew packets, add some rubbed sage, a pinch of cayenne, and a pinch of ground oregano)

Place roast in the bottom of the crock. Add one bottle of dark beer, (or a cup and a half of burgundy) three or four sliced cloves of garlic, 6-10 juniper berries, a tablespoon of Worcestershire, and a teaspoon of cracked black pepper. Fill the crock pot with water half way up the roast.

Set on low and leave the house for 6 hours.
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#3556869 - 12/09/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: Aileinduinn]  
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I should add, this is for a fairly good sized whitetail neck roast.


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#3556896 - 12/09/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: Aileinduinn]  
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Aileinduinn---- ++++ on your Crock Pot Roast-- Sounds good. I tried a new sauce at camp this year that I put on the roast before the final roast--- Maggi Sauce--- Adds a little something to the roast. Web

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#3557003 - 12/09/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: wldthg]  
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I use Maggi sauce all the time for gravies and canning.
Great stuff.

Its also good in Bloody Marys and real Micheladas (beer, ice, lime juice, sea salt, hot sauce, and maggi)

Add some black pepper and a dot of Maggi into some caramelized onions for a patty melt and it takes them from common to absolutely divine.


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#3557594 - 12/10/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: Aileinduinn]  
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Yup-- Will do-- good stuff-- I added a hand full of dashes to my fried taters-- It went over big. Web


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#3557670 - 12/10/09 Re: Neck roast in a crock pot? [Re: wldthg]  
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Venison neck roasts have great flavor and terrific stew meat. One of my Dad and Grandfather's favorite to 'stew and pick' at camp over the decades.

I like to start with butter, handful of diced strong onions, diced celery, salt/pepper, parsley, a big splash of dry red wine, and a large spoonful of the beef stock paste from Costco (small white jar, great stuff for adding some strength/color to your broth). Add in the venison neck roasts, some diced potatoes (with the skin on) and some frozen peas or green beans with room temp water to cover everything.

This also works great for shoulders and the extra venison pieces that are slight in size.

Add some warm roles or serve in the hard crusty rolls hollowed out to make bowls out of the rolls.


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