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Comments on Gild the (Voodoo)lily: Venison sirloin with bing cherry jus and buttermilk mashed potatoes





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Oh, I forgot the cake!Amazing!

2008-05-16T01:51:00.001-07:00

Oh, I forgot the cake!
Amazing!



Oh, I love you!! You crack me up so much.I unders...

2008-05-16T01:51:00.000-07:00

Oh, I love you!! You crack me up so much.
I understand how you feel about your dad. At least you're trying to educate him about food and stuff. He'll probably never change.
My mom hates vinegar, so she always freaks out if I use it. She makes a big scene and it makes me so mad.
Bing cherry jus sounds so good. I would eat my mashed potatoes with is.



Maybelle's Parents - Thanks for the bookmark! I lo...

2008-05-13T20:49:00.000-07:00

Maybelle's Parents - Thanks for the bookmark! I love your blog.

Brittany - To be fair, the duck fat wasn't that fresh.

Giz - Truer words have never been spoken. I'm certainly not the person my dad expected me to be!



Sounds like dad doesn't have much of a sense of ad...

2008-05-13T20:14:00.000-07:00

Sounds like dad doesn't have much of a sense of adventure. I get how disappointing - didn't have his own b-day cake - don't you feel special. It took me 100 years but I've finally realized that people will never be who you expect them to be.



I would never share anything made with duck fat or...

2008-05-13T20:11:00.000-07:00

I would never share anything made with duck fat or berry reduction, I would keep it for myself. So you are already one upping me in the karma department.



Delicious. I have a hook up for venison and have ...

2008-05-13T19:43:00.000-07:00

Delicious. I have a hook up for venison and have bookmarked this.



Pix – I think you could get away with some British...

2008-05-13T11:32:00.000-07:00

Pix – I think you could get away with some British cussing, yeah? Like throw in a “bollocks” or “shite” once in awhile. Hell, I do, and I don’t even live there.

Sketti – I suppose I love my dad. Although if I really loved him I woulda just taken him out to Red Lobster for dinner. That’s more his speed.

Kittie – I did know that about venison, although I still use it to specify the meat from ungulates (as opposed to everything one might hunt (e.g., birds).

Amy – My dad indeed killed that deer. He even gave me a photo of himself kneeling proudly before the body to prove it. He kills a lot of animals, but I usually get to eat pieces of them, so I ain’t mad at him.

Jeff – Jube uses the coffee in his rub too. If I leave the coffee out, my rub just tastes like burnt cumin seed.

Claudia – I wish you were my father, too. It’d make some things confusing, but most things a hell of a lot easier.

Damon – I thought it was alright, but probably would’ve appreciated it more if my father hadn’t talked through the ENTIRE FUCKING FILM. It reminded me of Alien meets Godzilla meets Blair Witch Project. The ending was a bit of a cop-out, imo. The alternate endings were no help. If we had tried to watch No Country, Scott and I would’ve had to flip to see who gets to stab my dad.



I can attest to Heather's story about her pops. I ...

2008-05-13T11:17:00.000-07:00

I can attest to Heather's story about her pops. I witnessed a run of verbal attention grabbing that would put a Greatful Dead Guitar solo to shame for length and pointlessness. What did you guys think of Cloverfield?



yes, i just spent 2 days with my mom. we put the ...

2008-05-13T10:49:00.000-07:00

yes, i just spent 2 days with my mom. we put the fun in dys'fun'ctional.

the dinner sounds wonderful. if only to have eaten that meal - i wish i were your father. i'm probably old enough...

cake is beautiful.

movie watching scenario? priceless...



First off hats off for actually using coffee in a ...

2008-05-13T05:25:00.000-07:00

First off hats off for actually using coffee in a rub. Most people look at me like I am batshit insane (ok that is their normal look at me but I prefer to think it is because of the coffee suggestion).

Oh yeah and you asked how I found your blog. Hell if I know there are days I am fucking happy I actually remember how to get to work.



AHHH! Love it... your dad sounds like a pisser. ...

2008-05-13T05:23:00.000-07:00

AHHH! Love it... your dad sounds like a pisser. Sounds like most of the people in my family! It is kind of cute that he makes a point to let you know that he's trying things... even if he's not, he realizes he should (wasn't that so therapeutic?).

Anywho's, keep trying... don't loose hope. One day he may end up liking something! At first I thought maybe he was a hunter and brought you the venison he killed and skinned himself. HA!

anywho's, check this out: http://www.weareneverfull.com/awards-that-makes-us-proud-thank-you/

I just had to. You don't have to do a fucking thing w/ it b/c I have a love/hate relationship with blogging awards and memes. They are cute and all, and i appreciate it, but when i see that ever single blog all over the blog-o-sphere has received one, well, it makes me feel a little less awesome about it. but it's nice all the same.

amy



Great dish. Obviously the best venison does come ...

2008-05-13T02:57:00.000-07:00

Great dish. Obviously the best venison does come from Scotland ;)

Did you know that 'venison' doesn't just mean deer, but any animal meat killed by hunting? Apparently.

I have my mum visiting me this week - I understand the parental angst. Luckily food is the one thing we actually agree on - we're going dinner shopping to all my favourite food places at lunchtime!



Your dad. You love him really. I can tell. It's al...

2008-05-13T01:13:00.000-07:00

Your dad. You love him really. I can tell. It's all in the food. Particularly that cake, which is love-in-a-sponge if ever I saw it.



Heather- I dream about you coming on to my blog to...

2008-05-13T00:52:00.000-07:00

Heather- I dream about you coming on to my blog to write a guest post: so you can say FUCK about a hundred times for me. Why am I too hesitant to use any foul language I shall never know?

I have a little family get together soon- 'oh the joy'

Great venison dish- You're truly a great cook.



Haha FAIL.

2008-05-12T22:16:00.000-07:00

Haha FAIL.



Coco, I figured the whole country just looked like...

2008-05-12T22:14:00.000-07:00

Coco, I figured the whole country just looked like Ikea.

Marc - If you live in the western US you might be able to order some from . I know I sound pure evil, but I wish I could get some fawn. It'd be like lamb, only deerier!



I love venison when done correctly and yours looks...

2008-05-12T22:03:00.000-07:00

I love venison when done correctly and yours looks perfect! Now I'm going to have to find a butcher here that has some.



I'm back! Ikea there is not much diffent than Ike...

2008-05-12T19:44:00.000-07:00

I'm back! Ikea there is not much diffent than Ikeas here.Its all so global now.Its almost no fun to shop except if you find off beat stuff.Plus the $$$ sucks.
Anyway, before my father died I made him a dish with clams and pasta. He accused me of scrapping barnacles from the sewer. So bear with the old man. I think our Dads were separated at birth as he exhibits the same type of behaviour.



Leigh - I forgot that I had some Kirschwasser that...

2008-05-12T18:19:00.000-07:00

Leigh - I forgot that I had some Kirschwasser that would've been nice to add to the sauce. Oh well.

Brittany - My dad thinks duck fat is "greasy". I shoulda saved it all for myself.

Jen - Wow, Scotland? That sounds fantastic. I've always wanted to try Scottish hare.

Jube - I knew the coffee in the rub would ring a bell. Are the cherries too on-the-nose?

Petah - The grass is always greener on the other side, eh? Why do we have to have extremes?

Jan - My dad is only 55. He doesn't have enough wisdom to be that cantankerous.

Kevin - Thanks! You might find a game purveyor in your neck of the woods. I might start doing that myself. It's getting to the point where I'd rather buy meat than have to see my old man. :P

Judy - If I didn't love Portland so much I'd put a few states between us. I survived childhood by becoming jaded at a young age.

Norm - The asparagus/mint/fava thing was incredibly easy. (Nice meeting you on Saturday, again!)



Your dinner looks fabulous. I am a huge fan of duc...

2008-05-12T17:34:00.000-07:00

Your dinner looks fabulous.
I am a huge fan of duck fat (anytime/anywhere). I also love the asparagus/fava/mint dish.



That was so nice of you to do for your Dad. Mine ...

2008-05-12T15:56:00.000-07:00

That was so nice of you to do for your Dad. Mine llives about 26 hrs. away and this is a really good thing. When I go up there I visit him but really quickly and usually outside where I can use the kids as an escape...How did we ever survive childhood?????



That is a nice looking dinner. I have been wantin...

2008-05-12T15:52:00.000-07:00

That is a nice looking dinner. I have been wanting to try venison for a while. That cake looks amazing!



I know exactly where you're coming from my aged pa...

2008-05-12T15:50:00.000-07:00

I know exactly where you're coming from my aged parent is a really picky eater, too. Only nursery food and meat burned to a cinder.

He once came to stay with us for 5 weeks, it's a wonder I didn't murder him. Now his visits are limited to 2 weeks, that way we all keep our sanity. Just. :-)



As usual I have bookmarked your blend of ingredien...

2008-05-12T15:07:00.000-07:00

As usual I have bookmarked your blend of ingredients in these dishes. You have once again shown to think outside the box with your cooking. Where do you come up with them?...I suppose the scientist background helps.

In regards to dad, try having a father whose a chef! It's the opposite..."did you season this?", "that's not a julienne", "where did you get this meat?.."...you get the idea!



That's my kind of cooking. Nice job.Ain't family ...

2008-05-12T13:49:00.000-07:00

That's my kind of cooking. Nice job.

Ain't family grand? I won't bore you with my paternal-culinary trauma stories.