Pheasant Jigsaw Puzzle

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rahrah1820
Nov 16, 2017
I see I'm not the only one who likes this particular puzzle! There are 4 others who've worked it today, so far. It's just such a pretty color on the peacock.
rahrah1820
Nov 8, 2017
I've been doing the tessellation puzzle cut now & then and really enjoy it. That's how I did this one for the second time around. I'm so glad we get to choose cuts, it makes it a lot more interesting.
orinoco
Nov 4, 2017
Lovely bird. I remember my brother went pheasant hunting once, but they were wild birds, not farmed. He came back with two of them and I consulted the old Joy of Cooking and prepared them. They were the toughest, driest things we'd ever eaten! Living wild and flying a lot made them tough as leather.
mamag15
Nov 4, 2017
I have never had pheasant but I did have grouse and they were good. I made them like I fried chicken. SWild turkey is tough is tough also. I think it depends o you make them. I find if you cook wild game longer, it does come out more tender.
Terri
Nov 4, 2017
Try casseroling them very long and slow with loads of onions, garlic and a bottle of your cheapest red wine. It's what the French do with their oldest toughest birds and worst quality wine. The end result is magic!
nlbuchanan
Nov 4, 2017
It may come out more tender if you cook it longer but I would think that would depend on how you cooked it. Like any meat, it will dry out and get tough if cooked to long. Wild meats work well when cooked in a liquid, such as in a crock pot or simmered in a sauce of some kind where it can absorb the liquid to tenderize it.
carolsapple
Nov 4, 2017
Yeah I've heard of the term - I wonder if you pounded out the meat - that would have made it more tender. I used to have a photo of my two grandfathers going pheasant hunting together. They both caught several birds.
orinoco
Nov 5, 2017
I just followed the recipe in the Joy of Cooking (the old 1960s edition that went into great detail). Larded the breast and roasted it. Big mistake, today I would indeed cook it forever in a braising pan or crockpot, having marinaded it well in wine first.
Glenelle
Nov 4, 2017
It's so good to be back On-line again. We've been waiting to be connected to the Internet, and the Phone, for 2 weeks. It's been so frustrating. These companies don't mind taking your money each month, but when you want them to do something for you, it's a different story. And - we are still waiting for a Home-Phone! Someone is trying to teach me Patience I think!!
rahrah1820
Nov 4, 2017
I once had to go for 2 days without my computer, it drove me nuts! Of course, it was just a short drive. I don't know how you've survived, I'm serious. We've become so dependent on our modern technology, haven't we? Did you find that you were doing more things you enjoyed doing, without using the computer?
aussiesapphire
Nov 4, 2017
And I thought we only had these sorts of problems in Australia!!!! Of course with this great innovation of National Broadband Network the phone and internet are connected and if the internet goes down, so does your phone. Probably one of the silliest innovations ever. Hugs Glenelle.
aussiesapphire
Nov 4, 2017
Hi rahrah, I know what you mean as I am joined at the hip with my computer. It really is wonderful for information and keeping in touch, but you certainly get a lot more done when it is away for repairs etc. Hugs.
rahrah1820
Nov 4, 2017
I only watch about 3 hours of tv a week, if that much, so my computer is my entertainment, communication, research lab, and a lot more. I need to cut back on the time I'm using it though, I really am addicted, and the only addiction I want in my life is with the Lord. Hugs backacha!
jas6415
Nov 4, 2017
They were a staple when I was a kid, along with rabbit and duck.
Glenelle
Nov 4, 2017
We have Pheasants in N.Z., but I think they are a bit different to this one. We have now been in our new home for 2 wks. But what a mission it has been. Was built for a young couple, and there is SO much that we oldies can't work! Everything is press-button this, and press-button that. We even had to change the Cook-top as it would not work with our type of pots! It was an "induction" type. Do you have those in America?
abacii
Nov 4, 2017
Yes, and they're expensive to use but a bit safer than gas or electric coils.
elijah13
Nov 4, 2017
Nice puzzle to do.
nmmelody
Nov 4, 2017
Is it a sweater or the collar of a priest? lol!!
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