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The Four Best Venison Recipes You've Ever Tried

The Four Best Venison Recipes You've Ever Tried

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from JennyN wrote 2 years 47 weeks ago

Please check out our new food blog called Wild Game In the Kitchen. You will find great venison recipes. Comment and let us know what you think!

www.foodforhunters.blogspot.com

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from The Captain wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

Thanks for the heads-up Andrew. Right now I would be appreciative of any home-cooked meal. This might be a little high-brow compared to my normal culinary endeavors, but it does not look too difficult and I should be able to figure it out.

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from HuntingEditor wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

The Captain is right; it is a lot of work. But I made this meal for our Christmas Eve dinner, using shanks from a whitetail I shot in Oklahoma. It was fabulous! I took a couple shortcuts - for instance I didn't strain the sauce as the recipe suggests. Instead I served the shanks with the vegetables in the sauce, and nobody complained. Also, I didn't have any juniper berries but I used a stick of cinnamon which gave it a nice flavor.

The great thing about this recipe is that while it takes a lot of prep time, the actual cooking is a cinch. Just put it in the oven (instead of on the range top) and go do something else (like watch a movie with your family) for a few hours. When you return you'll have a fork-tender, flavorful meal from a cut of meat that most hunters throw away.

Andrew McKean
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from The Captain wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

This looks good... but it also looks like a lot of work. We have a saying where I am from:

"You know what goes well with steak?... MORE STEAK!"

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from Birdeyeman wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

Sounds great, I am going to try with Moose meat, YEAH BABY!!!

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from parkerhd wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Yummy, yummy!
Get in my tummy!

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from parkerhd wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Yummy, yummy!
Get in my tummy!

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from HuntingEditor wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

The Captain is right; it is a lot of work. But I made this meal for our Christmas Eve dinner, using shanks from a whitetail I shot in Oklahoma. It was fabulous! I took a couple shortcuts - for instance I didn't strain the sauce as the recipe suggests. Instead I served the shanks with the vegetables in the sauce, and nobody complained. Also, I didn't have any juniper berries but I used a stick of cinnamon which gave it a nice flavor.

The great thing about this recipe is that while it takes a lot of prep time, the actual cooking is a cinch. Just put it in the oven (instead of on the range top) and go do something else (like watch a movie with your family) for a few hours. When you return you'll have a fork-tender, flavorful meal from a cut of meat that most hunters throw away.

Andrew McKean
Hunting Editor

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from Birdeyeman wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

Sounds great, I am going to try with Moose meat, YEAH BABY!!!

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from The Captain wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

This looks good... but it also looks like a lot of work. We have a saying where I am from:

"You know what goes well with steak?... MORE STEAK!"

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from The Captain wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

Thanks for the heads-up Andrew. Right now I would be appreciative of any home-cooked meal. This might be a little high-brow compared to my normal culinary endeavors, but it does not look too difficult and I should be able to figure it out.

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from JennyN wrote 2 years 47 weeks ago

Please check out our new food blog called Wild Game In the Kitchen. You will find great venison recipes. Comment and let us know what you think!

www.foodforhunters.blogspot.com

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