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Hi Bjrn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T


Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of reindeer
meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add cream for a
sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to s&p of course.
(S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat it as venison.



Hi All,

What does Bjrn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

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Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T


Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat it as
venison.



Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T


Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy, light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have to go
tomorrow ...


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On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat it as
venison.



Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T


Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy, light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have to go
tomorrow ...


Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


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On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T


Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have to go
tomorrow ...


Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?

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"Todd" wrote in message
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On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have to go
tomorrow ...


Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?


Well, Todd, what do *you* think would happen if you added
onion slices to the mix? Remember that you started out with
sauteed onion.

pavane



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On 07/30/2013 01:38 PM, pavane wrote:


"Todd" wrote in message
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On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in
addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have
to go
tomorrow ...

Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?


Well, Todd, what do *you* think would happen if you added
onion slices to the mix? Remember that you started out with
sauteed onion.

pavane


Ooops. I was concentrating on the cream.
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On 07/30/2013 11:31 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have to go
tomorrow ...


Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?


Hi Bjørn,

Missed that you had already sauted onions.

I cooked up a pan of steaks for the week. I added
1/4 inch slice of an onion (chopped) to the pan. Then
removed the steaks when finished. Let the remaining
liquid and onion caramelize. Then poured in about a
cups of organic heavy whipping cream. Let it bubble.

Oh man! This is the best gravy I have ever made! And
4 grams or carbs (the onion) or less for the whole mess.

Thank you!

-T
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On 07/30/2013 08:34 PM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 11:31 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in
addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have
to go
tomorrow ...

Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T


What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?


Hi Bjørn,

Missed that you had already sauted onions.

I cooked up a pan of steaks for the week. I added
1/4 inch slice of an onion (chopped) to the pan. Then
removed the steaks when finished. Let the remaining
liquid and onion caramelize. Then poured in about a
cups of organic heavy whipping cream. Let it bubble.

Oh man! This is the best gravy I have ever made! And
4 grams or carbs (the onion) or less for the whole mess.

Thank you!

-T


Next week, your suggestion about mushrooms!
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On 07/30/2013 01:38 PM, pavane wrote:


"Todd" wrote in message
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On 07/30/2013 11:03 AM, Todd wrote:
On 07/30/2013 10:40 AM, Bjørn Steensrud wrote:
Todd wrote:

Hi Bjørn,

We call them Caribou here (Alaska). Are they good eating?

-T

Excellent eating!
In stores I can find packs of frozen "shavings" - small slices - of
reindeer meat. Saute chopped onions, fry the thawed meat in oil, add
cream for a sauce. Crushed juniper berries for a spice, in
addition to
s&p of course. (S)he who has an oven could try a roast - just treat
it as
venison.


Hi All,

What does Bjørn mean by "add cream for a sauce"? How is
this done?

Many thanks,
-T

Sorry - should have been clearer. During the frying there will be some
liquid in the pan. At medium heat, add your choice of cream - heavy,
light,
sour - little by little, keep it at a low boil. You may want to let the
resulting sauce thicken. I add the cream after the meat is cooked
through.
Experiment with small portions! Oh, and mushrooms will add to the
experience. Delicious. It's too late to go to the store, will have
to go
tomorrow ...

Hi Bjørn,

Excellent instructions. Thank you!

-T

What about adding a few slices of onion to the mix?


Well, Todd, what do *you* think would happen if you added
onion slices to the mix? Remember that you started out with
sauteed onion.

pavane


Ooops. I was concentrating on the cream.


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