Yesterday evening, I enjoyed venison stroganoff. What makes it unique is the fact that it is a Russian dish and I used tenderloin from a deer taken with a Mauser 98. The thought of this made the meal more enjoyable.
The world we're living in just keeps getting smaller n' smaller, huh? We frequently make goulash, a traditional Hungarian dish, with American deer, Italian pasta (Barilla), and home-grown stewed tomatoes. The scope used was made in Japan and I'm sure most of the apparel worn was made outside the US, maybe Malaysia or the Philippines. I wish I could say I used Vihtavouri powder, from Finland, but it was Pyrodex.
Maybe I should put a Japanese scope on my 7.7 Arisaka and hunt in a camo kimono? I'm not sure I'd like deer sushi, though...
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