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Barbecued alligator tail

Barbecued Alligator Tail4 alligator tail steaks about 3/4 inch thickMilk for marinade1/2 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper1 tablespoon rosemaryRed pepper flakes Place milk in a deep bowl, add pepper flakes and rosemary. Season meat with black and
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Barbecued doves

Barbecued DovesThis is a hot sauce which is good on anything from chicken to hot dogs.DovesBaconBarbecue SaucePrepare charcoal fire. Wrap the whole dove or dove breast in bacon and anchor with wooden picks. Place wrapped doves in a flat pan and baste with Barbecue S
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Barbecued venison steaks

Barbecued Venison SteaksVenison hindquarterLawry`s unseasoned tenderizer (optional)Pepper (optional)Slice hindquarter across the grain into steaks 1/2 inch thick. Trim all fat and gristle. Tenderize and lightly pepper each side at this point, if desired. Make sauce.p
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Goose kebabs

Goose Kebabs2 goose or duck breasts1 (8 ounce) bottle Italian dressing2 large onions3 green bell peppers8 strips baconSkin goose breasts and remove from bone. Cut into 1 inch cubes. Marinate in Italian dressing for 48 hours in refrigerator, stirring twice daily./p
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Grilled quail

Grilled QuailQuailOlive oilSalt and pepperDark Irish Barbecue SauceSplit quail, salt and pepper. Begin cooking on grill, turning and basting with olive oil frequently. After 15 minutes, begin basting with sauce. Continue turning until done (tender to fork).uDa
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Skewered dove breasts

Skewered Dove BreastsDovesLemon pepperOnion powderBaconField dress doves in normal manner. Remove meat from breast bone, both sides, using sharp knife. Impale breasts of 12 doves (24 pieces) on skewer at least 15 inches long. Sprinkle with lemon pepper and onion powder
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