Marinated Bear Chops

INGREDIENTS: * 4 bear steaks * 1 onion, sliced * 1/2cup vinegar * 1/2cup vegetable oil * 1tbsp pickling spice * cooking fat * salt 7 pepper DIRECTIONS: 1. Trim all the fat from steaks and wash well in cold water. 2. Put meat in glass or pottery bowl and add onion, vinegar, oil, spices, salt and 1/2 a cup of water. 3. Marinate meat, for at least 24hours, in the refrigerator, turning meat from time to time. 4. Remove meat from marinade, drain and pat dry. 5. Pan broil the steaks using only sufficient fat to prevent meat from sticking - turn



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