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Topic Title: Bison or Buffalo on the Holland?
Created on August 16, 2010 at 04:19 PM

The Hochstetlers

Has anyone tried bison (buffalo) on the Holland grill? Hubby is going hunting and is planning to bring back one!

NOLA Dave

Think wrapped in bacon.

Chet

Do not over cook...medium is Well-done on Bison. Less fat tan fish! Healthy!

Chet

How did the bison cook? I cooked bison burgers tonight.
15 min on each side and they were good. Healthy food...less fat than salmon...

The Hochstetlers

The hunting trip is a few weeks away but we appreciate the suggestions. We'll post how they turned out!

TerryO

Hunting buffalo? Did I read that right?

grillin' gal 76

Hey - we just cooked a buffalo steak on the Holland and it was awesome- there are a lot of game recipes in the new cookbook coming out this fall- but for a free preview and to print out a recipe now go to typensave.com enter your name as contributor, hollandgrill as the group log in and eqe3v as the pass word- click on list all recipes by category and you can read and copy as many as you like- be sure to post which recipe you used and how you liked it on this blog-

connie

here is a recipe from the new holland cookbook available soon- it was originally written for elk but should do fine with Buffalo- 3-5 lb. roast- 3 or 4 cloves garlic- 1 Tbs. dried rosemary - 1 Tbs. Holland Grill's Greek Seasoning- 1/4 cup butter- 3 Tbs. Worcestershire Sauce---With an ice pick poke a couple of dozen holes in the roast - make 12 slits and put in pieces of garlic. Rub the roast with rosemary and Greek Seasoning. Melt butter and add Wors. sauce. Place roast in a pan, baste with butter. Preheat Holland grill allowing the roast to marinate. Grill for about an hour or more (depends on size of roast) basting with butter every 15020 minutes- We did this with a big horn sheep roast- we did add meat tenderizer to the meat too-- it came out GREAT