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    Venison ragu, with sweet pastry crust

    This is a harty stew like pie, with carrots, potatos, rutabaga, celery, peas, beans and beans.
    First pic is venison browned in caramalized onions and fresh garlic
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    vegies added...
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    Gravy thickned, and added to stew
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    Sweet pastry rolled and added to top
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    Fresh out of the oven
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    Served up! I love a hearty stew!
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    Looks really good! Love Venison, didn't get much this year.

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    looks pretty good!

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    yyuuuuuuuuuuuuuumm

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    My semi-dyslectic brain read this first as "vegetarian ragu" and I thought WAAAAA?????????
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    Butt serially, I think that this stretches the definition of "ragu". Not to be dogmatic or pedantic or anything..........
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    Not sure about stretching the definition, but it sure as heck stretched the old belt line! It was really good!


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    That looks great! I like the idea of a sweet pastry on top. Did you make the gravy from the pan drippings?

    All you need now is a big glass of red wine...

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    Looks nice and hearty! How cold is it today out there?

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    Yes the gravy is from pan drippings, and a nice glass of merlot chased it down!

    Temps here this week are right around freezing, about 25 to 38 F depending on time of day.


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