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.
Don’t think of any part of your deer as waste. If you are tossing your bones out, you are missing out.
Simply fried venison liver is an amazing treat, and if you process and preserve it right, you can make it last all year.
So you have corned the beast (see article here). Now we need to cook it to turn it into a corned venison meal. Because venison is so lean, you have to be careful at this step. If you do a standard boil, and you boil it a bit too long, you’ll end up with some … Continue reading “Beer Braised Corned Venison Recipe”
I know, I had you at “chicken fried”. Chicken fry anything, and what’s not to like? Chicken fry some venison loins, and you can convert anyone into a wild game eater. This is a pretty easy recipe. And there are a few ways you can do it. You could fry these up in a pan, no … Continue reading “Chicken Fried Venison – How to chicken fry backstraps”
A DIY “hotpocket” you can make with venison.
Pickling a deer heart is a great way to use this modest chunk of meat.
Fat. Venison doesn’t have much. That causes one of the main challenges to cooking it. Go too far and it will just be dry and tough. Many times, cooks (or processors) will add fat to venison. Has anyone ever told you about their amazing backstrap recipe, where they wrapped everything in bacon? Well, I would … Continue reading “Venison Summer Sausage – Jalapeño and Cheddar, and Fat?”
While I come from a family of hunters, I didn’t start hunting till I was in my mid 20’s. My father passed away when I was young, and we had moved around the state as I was growing up, so I wasn’t geographically near my family that did hunt. I can recall stories of us … Continue reading “Venison Parmesan – Fried Italian Awesomeness”