How to Cure Corned Venison

How to Cure Corned Venison

One day, I was doing some random searching on wild game meals. I came across a recipe for corned venison. Venison corned beef? Mind. Blown. You can CORN venison?! I LOVE corned beef, so I had to try it out. I’ve corned MANY venison roasts, and learned a few things along the way. Once you corn … Continue reading “How to Cure Corned Venison”

Venison Tenderloin – The best cut makes the tastiest sandwich

Venison Tenderloin – The best cut makes the tastiest sandwich

Some people may think me a bit crazy. “Venison tenderloin?! In a sandwich?! What a waste!” Many hunters only ever have the tenderloin as a quick grilled roast, and I have nothing against that. What I will say is, making a sandwich with the best ingredients will give you a meal you will remember. The … Continue reading “Venison Tenderloin – The best cut makes the tastiest sandwich”

Let a Hitch Hoist do the heavy lifting on your deer

Let a Hitch Hoist do the heavy lifting on your deer

The first deer I ever killed was an incredible learning experience. I was hunting with my father-in-law, who hadn’t hunted since he was a kid. Neither of us had any real experience gutting a deer. I read everything I could find on how to field dress a deer. I managed well enough, but where I … Continue reading “Let a Hitch Hoist do the heavy lifting on your deer”

Simple Slow Cooker Venison Meals

Simple Slow Cooker Venison Meals

Venison can be a temper-mental meat to cook. An over cooked roast will give your jaws a work out. An over grilled back strap could be sliced up for hockey pucks. If you have never cooked venison before, start with something easy and foolproof. You can’t go wrong with a crockpot. Low and slow, with … Continue reading “Simple Slow Cooker Venison Meals”

Use a food slicer to expand your venison options

Use a food slicer to expand your venison options

A meat/food slicer is one of those tools that can be hard to justify purchasing. If you are just starting out hunting, there are way more important things you should be spending your money on, namely the gear you will be using in the field. But after a few years, your gear needs tend to … Continue reading “Use a food slicer to expand your venison options”