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Venison Lasagna

Have ground meat sitting in your freezer, unused and waiting for a good meal? With a few ingredients, you can make this hearty meal that the whole family will enjoy! Add some garlic bread and a side salad, and it’s a perfect evening meal or Sunday supper. Ingredients 9 lasagna noodles 1 1/4 pounds bulk […]

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Delicious Garlic Butter Trout in Foil

  Making fresh-caught stream trout in aluminum foil has become a spring ritual, and thankfully it is now spring! You probably already have a lemon, butter, and garlic in the fridge. These three ingredients, added to trout, makes an easy winning combination that also provides quick cleanup. Ingredients 1 pound trout filet, skin removed 2 […]

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Venison Meatloaf – Comfort Food!

With most Americans spending time at home right now, its a great opportunity to do some home cooking and eat the meat stored in your freezers.  If you had a plentiful hunting season, it could also be a nice time to share some meat with non-hunting family and neighbors. Good Old Venison Meatloaf Ingredients: 1.5 […]

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Blackened Venison Backstrap

The key to blackening is to use a heavy skillet, preferably cast iron, and screaming-hot heat. Restaurants that serve blackened meats and fish keep a white-hot skillet over a burner at all times. I highly recommend that you open the doors and windows and provide as much ventilation as possible. Done properly, there’s plenty of […]

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Recipe: Turkey Thigh Pot Pie

In North America, a pot pie is usually made with a flaky pie crust on top. The filling can be baked in a pie shell, or on a dish with just the top crust. Pot pies are easy to put together, and the only challenge is to decide on a store-bought pie crust or to […]

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Tasty Squirrel Sriracha Sliders

Squirrel season is open in NYS until the end of February and since it’s a leap year, we get an extra day!  Squirrel hunting is a great way to introduce new hunters, young, old, and in-between to the joys of getting outside and hunting.  Plus, squirrel meat is super tasty!  Here is a recipe to […]

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Venison Shank Stew

The only thing I love more than spending a winter day outdoors is coming back inside and smelling a delicious stew simmering in the slow cooker. It’s a great way to beat cabin fever! This stew utilizes venison shank meat, which is an often under-utilized cut that’s simply thrown into a pile for the grinder. […]

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Italian-Seasoned Venison Roast

Most folks don’t think about eating venison meat cold, like any other cold cuts from the local deli. Marinated, seasoned and roasted to medium-rare, it’s as good — no, better — than store-bought sliced meats. Sliced thin and piled high on toasted bread with cheese, onions, lettuce, tomato, mayo, pickles, now that’s a sandwich! This […]

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