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    If I did this in the oven what temp and how long should I cook it?

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    Gobbler: Sorry I can't be of much help there since I have never done it in an oven. I think it would be safe to say what has been said before, if your bacon is done then the deer tenderloin is done. I guess the best response if no one has ever tried it in an oven is set the oven on say about 350 or so and keep an eye on it until you see the bacon is done. Hopefully someone who has tried it in an oven can give you better info.

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    Hope this is as good as Larry says. Got the backstraps from 5 in the freezer, waiting till after the Thanksgiving festivities. Thought I might try doing one with stove-top stuffing for filler. What you guys think ?

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    I don't see any reason the stove-top stuffing wouldn't work but be sure to try at least one with cream cheese and Jalopeño peppers. You won't regret it.

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    I made this yesterday and it was DELICIOUS!!!
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    Cant get enough of this stuff
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    gotta get me some now..... nice!

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    Good lawd...

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    QBD2 I thought I was supposed to as royalty for posting that recipe, get an invitation every time it was used. LOL. Looking delicious. Hope you invited Pops to the feast.

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    11 pages of how to cook a backstrap...

    Let me give you an "in" on cooking venison. Use the same recipe as you would for beef. You can take a beef loin, roll it up with cream cheese and jalapenos, wrap it in bacon and almost make it edible too...almost.
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