If you live far enough north, as the various deer seasons progress, it tends to get colder. And batteries don’t like the cold. How often have you gone to check a trail cam and – it’s dead. And how many batteries does it take? 4? 8? More? The good news is that trail cam manufacturer’s … Continue reading “DIY Trail Cam Battery Pack”
There is no “one way” to freeze your deer. I’ve tried a lot of ways, but the method I use now is practically bomb proof. I’ve had roasts go for 3 years with NO freezer burn. Now, I’ll tell you one thing: I HATE using plastic. I’ve tried more natural ways to freeze meat. Wax … Continue reading “How to wrap your venison for freezing”
When you think of a venison meal, what normally comes to mind? I know, probably not wontons, or any kind of soup for that matter. I think most people think of two things: The good experience they had – usually jerky. The bad experience they had – some tough roast that they (or someone else) … Continue reading “Venison Wonton Soup”
Venison shanks are delicious to eat, but tough to cut, unless you know a trick or two.
Making pastrami is one of my favorite ways to make venison, and probably everyone’s favorite way to eat it.
Don’t be “that” guy.
I’ve seen a lot of taxidermy mounts over the year, and some of them have been pretty impressive. I’m not against them, but they just aren’t for me, for a few reasons: They take up a lot of space for display. They just seem unnatural to me – taking the skin and stretching it over … Continue reading “Make a European Mount for under $5”
Sausage shouldn’t be complicated. Here are some simple ways to prepare venison sausage.
Venison Ribs can be tasty! You just have to take a few precautions to get them right.
Rotisserie cooking keeps the juices in, and ensures an evenness to cooking of your roast.
Sous vide is super slow cooking with a bag in water. It does wonders to a tough venison roast.