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Dove Season today! #2573834
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Okay dove season opens today. What are some of your favorite dove recipes? I love the wrapped in bacon with jalapeño marinated in zesty Italian. Any others you want to share?

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Breast off the bone, a little Moores or light Dales, wrap with thin sliced bacon, place on skewers, hit the grill.

A funny. When mydaughter was about 7-8 she had a friend over the same age. We had this for lunch one Saturday. Little gal at 13 pieces all the while saying she didn't like dove. smile


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[quote=top cat]Breast off the bone, a little Moores or light Dales, wrap with thin sliced bacon, place on skewers, hit the grill.

This And add jalapeños to the bacon if you like spice.


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Pluck and draw whole bird. Rub with fat (olive oil, bacon fat, whatever you got) salt and pepper, stuff each bird with fresh herbs and a few grapes and grill. We just pick stuff growing, rosemary, sage thyme, bay leaf, whatever is still alive.

I can hurt myself eating those.


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Re: Dove Season today! [Re: TickaTicka] #2574750
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Originally Posted by TickaTicka
Pluck and draw whole bird. Rub with fat (olive oil, bacon fat, whatever you got) salt and pepper, stuff each bird with fresh herbs and a few grapes and grill. We just pick stuff growing, rosemary, sage thyme, bay leaf, whatever is still alive.

I can hurt myself eating those.


That sounds awesome.


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Dive kabobs
Dove filets marinate a few hrs in pilleteries
peppers, mushrooms, onion marinate in zesty italian.


Kids like em fried as well.

Re: Dove Season today! [Re: Chad Burnette] #2575197
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Ok Chad how did y'all do? How did the dogs do?


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i like to put some cream cheese in the bacon with a jalapeno then skewer like kabobs

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Dove breast, cream cheese with shredded cheese folded in, split jalapeños, wrap in bacon, bbq sauce of your choice. Sometimes I throw some onion on there.

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Haylie hunted her Chessy for first time. Dog did pretty good. Still learning, but did well for first hunt. We killed 14 and she picked up about 8-9.

Chad


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Hey that's not bad at all! Tell her good job training .


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I just breast them out. Wash them and pat dry. On the cavity on backside of the breast I put some cream cheese, a jalapeno slice, and sprinkle some sage. Wrap it in a half-strip of bacon and stick a toothpick through it (it pushes easily through the breast bone that splits the breast). Put on med hot grill for about 15-20 minutes until bacon is pretty done. Remove and let it cool just a few minutes. I like it medium rare but not bloody. I only killed six the other day. I grilled them Sunday night and they were delicious.

I like the idea of taking the meat off the bone first and wrapping them as described but I'm just not motivated enough to do that much work!

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Originally Posted by bamaeyedoc
I just breast them out. Wash them and pat dry. On the cavity on backside of the breast I put some cream cheese, a jalapeno slice, and sprinkle some sage. Wrap it in a half-strip of bacon and stick a toothpick through it (it pushes easily through the breast bone that splits the breast). Put on med hot grill for about 15-20 minutes until bacon is pretty done. Remove and let it cool just a few minutes. I like it medium rare but not bloody. I only killed six the other day. I grilled them Sunday night and they were delicious.

I like the idea of taking the meat off the bone first and wrapping them as described but I'm just not motivated enough to do that much work!

Dr. B


I do just what you said but do run a filet knife down the breastbone to make two boneless pieces. Half a jalepeno, core it and fill with cream cheese and wrap in bacon. Can’t cook them fast enough to keep up with the hands grabbing them. Mighty fine eating.


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Originally Posted by 3FFarms
Originally Posted by bamaeyedoc
I just breast them out. Wash them and pat dry. On the cavity on backside of the breast I put some cream cheese, a jalapeno slice, and sprinkle some sage. Wrap it in a half-strip of bacon and stick a toothpick through it (it pushes easily through the breast bone that splits the breast). Put on med hot grill for about 15-20 minutes until bacon is pretty done. Remove and let it cool just a few minutes. I like it medium rare but not bloody. I only killed six the other day. I grilled them Sunday night and they were delicious.

I like the idea of taking the meat off the bone first and wrapping them as described but I'm just not motivated enough to do that much work!

Dr. B


I do just what you said but do run a filet knife down the breastbone to make two boneless pieces. Half a jalepeno, core it and fill with cream cheese and wrap in bacon. Can’t cook them fast enough to keep up with the hands grabbing them. Mighty fine eating.


So you stuff the jalapeno pepper with the meat and cream cheese and wrap it? Sounds awesome!

Dr. B


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Originally Posted by bamaeyedoc
Originally Posted by 3FFarms
Originally Posted by bamaeyedoc
I just breast them out. Wash them and pat dry. On the cavity on backside of the breast I put some cream cheese, a jalapeno slice, and sprinkle some sage. Wrap it in a half-strip of bacon and stick a toothpick through it (it pushes easily through the breast bone that splits the breast). Put on med hot grill for about 15-20 minutes until bacon is pretty done. Remove and let it cool just a few minutes. I like it medium rare but not bloody. I only killed six the other day. I grilled them Sunday night and they were delicious.

I like the idea of taking the meat off the bone first and wrapping them as described but I'm just not motivated enough to do that much work!

Dr. B


I do just what you said but do run a filet knife down the breastbone to make two boneless pieces. Half a jalepeno, core it and fill with cream cheese and wrap in bacon. Can’t cook them fast enough to keep up with the hands grabbing them. Mighty fine eating.


So you stuff the jalapeno pepper with the meat and cream cheese and wrap it? Sounds awesome!

Dr. B


That’s also good with cubed shrimp FYI.

We call them “shrimp poppers” around my house

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I split the jalepeno length wise and core it so essentially I have two halves, or “boats”. Fill each half with cream cheese, lay a marinated dove breast on top, sprinkle with southern flavor and wrap in bacon. Grill or bake...both are delicious. thumbup


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Originally Posted by 3FFarms
I split the jalepeno length wise and core it so essentially I have two halves, or “boats”. Fill each half with cream cheese, lay a marinated dove breast on top, sprinkle with southern flavor and wrap in bacon. Grill or bake...both are delicious. thumbup


That’s the way to go. I do the same thing with duck when I’m cooking it for people who “don’t eat duck”.

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