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.
Don’t think of any part of your deer as waste. If you are tossing your bones out, you are missing out.
Some people may think I’m crazy. Heck, some people KNOW I’m crazy. But venison shanks are one of my favorite cuts of meat from my deer. There are basically three ways to process them: Get as much meat off of them as you can and put it in the grinder. Slow cook them whole. Slow … Continue reading “Venison Shank Stew with Parmesan Dumplings”
I’ve never viewed a recipe as a hard and fast rule. Then again, I’m not much of a baker. In learning how to cook venison, you will become a better chef by learning how you can twist recipes to suit your needs. You can make this venison stew recipe exactly as I lay it out … Continue reading “Dutch Oven Venison Stew”