AZ: Not a lot of people here eat the heads. Everywhere I go, they eat the heads. No one in the U.S. really eats wild game entrails, either. Everyone else in the world eats wild game entrails. The most often disposed parts from U.S. deer hunters, for example, are the intestines and stomach. But cleaned and prepared the right way, they are fantastic. You can take the stomach scrub it clean turn it inside out scrub it clean again, rinse it under cold water for 15 to 20 minutes, let it sit in salted water for another 15 to 20 minutes, and at that point it can be stuffed with a forcemeat of ground venison sausage. Stuff it and sew it shut. Then you can boil for a couple hours, or put it in the smoker for even longer. You can also make blood pudding, which is a staple in many cultures.