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Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Crock Pot Pheasant

Pheasant hunting in Indiana is a sport.  Finding the pheasants is hard, especially when there is a lot of corn left in the fields, that is where they love to hide.  Pheasants are beautiful birds, and their meat is white, comparable to chickens. After their pheasant hunt, we made Crock Pot Pheasant.  This is a simple, two ingredient recipe. 



Crock Pot Pheasant

Crock Pot Pheasant

Last weekend was a little father-daughter time.  Ryan really felt like he missed out, but sometimes the other siblings  have to take their turn.  
Crock Pot Pheasant


Macie had the pheasant draw for the hunt at Knob View Gamebird habitat.  Her dad was excited about the hunt, and also invited a friend to bring a couple of hunting dogs along for the hunt.  Lots of walking is involved, over 60 acres and the dogs help flush the birds out of the tall grass.  


Crock Pot Pheasant

Hunter orange clothing is required for all hunters to wear during  hunts.  Macie spent a day with her dad, enjoyed a decent November Saturday morning, outdoors.  "She thinks we are just hunting"


Crock Pot Pheasant
INGREDIENTS:
Breast and Thigh Meat from 3 Pheasants
Chicken Stock to cover all meat


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Place breast and thigh meat in the crock pot, season with salt and pepper.
  2. Add enough chicken stock to cover all meat.
  3. Cook on low for 4-6 hours, until meat is tender.











3 comments:

Lane & Holly @ With Two Spoons said...

I'm glad she had so much fun with her dad!

Amber Woodyard said...

Love the photos! Pheasants are such gorgeous birds and great idea to do them in the slow cooker! Visiting from the slow cooker blog hop.
-Thehungrymountaineer

Crystal Kellner said...

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