Deer on a Stripper Pole!

Here is one of my easiest favorites on the grill that everyone seems to love. The "Deer on a Stripper Pole" name was given to it by friends 15 years ago because it was so good. The real names are Jalapeño Poppers w/Venison and Armadillo Eggs. :D

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Jalapeño Poppers w/Venison (or any meat)
  • Seasoned Venison Filets (or any meat)
  • Half Jalapeño scraped out to your hotness liking
  • Secret cheese filling (see below for recipe)
  • Wrap everything with bacon
  • Stick it with toothpick (stripper pole :D)
  • Season everything (favorite BBQ rub)
Armadillo Eggs
  • Pork Sausage
  • Full Jalapeño split and scraped out to your hotness liking
  • Secret cheese filling (see below for recipe)
  • Cover outside with thin layer of pork sausage
  • Wrap everything with bacon
  • Stick it with toothpick (stripper pole :D)
  • Season everything (favorite BBQ rub)
Secret Cheese Filling
  • Sharp cheddar cheese
  • Cream cheese (fruity flavored - Pineapple great if you can find it)
  • mix good
Secret Dipping Sauce
  • Salsa 50%
  • Cream cheese (fruity flavored - Pineapple great if you can find it) 50%
  • mix good
Cooking
  • Smoke/grill it 275-325 degrees, approximately 1 hour
  • or oven works well as alternative less smokey
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Rob Lay is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at ManLife.com, Founder of FerrariChat.com, and Owner at Lay Properties, LLC. Rob has a B.S. from Babson College and M.B.A. from University of Dallas along with executive training from SMU. Rob has enjoyed various activities from competitive swimming in college, running several marathons, competed at triathlon nationals, competed at national club car racing, 1,000+ hour private instrument pilot, competed as a co-angler national FLW bass tour, and big game hunting around North America. Rob wants to share his experiences and learn from other middle-aged men in the ManLife Community. You can also find Rob on Instagram and LinkedIn.

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