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Gaelic Venison Steak

Gaelic steak is one of Queen Elizabeth’s favorite dishes. While beef tenderloin is the likely meat served at Buckingham Palace, venison loin is the protein of choice when the Royal Family resides at Balmoral. It’s a fairly simple dish consisting of red meat and a sauce of mushrooms, cream and Irish whisky. It’s usually served […]

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So You Don’t Like Venison?

While traveling the countryside the past couple of decades, sharing my personal brand of wild-game cooking, I’ve run across many people who just don’t like venison. If I had to guess what went wrong, somebody served them an over-cooked “gamey”  piece of improperly prepared deer meat. Venison has about five times less fat than beef, […]

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Venison Fat Cakes (Vetkoek)

  Vetkoek, meaning “fat cake” in Afrikaans, is a South African favorite. With no oven to bake bread in the bush, 17th-century Dutch settlers created this fried bread to serve alongside meats. I enjoyed vetkoek with minced springbok when I traveled to South Africa and Botswana last year. A salad and pickled beets were offered […]

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Easy Stuffed Meatballs

This stuffed meatballs recipe is from our Sporting Friend, Susie Jimenez, who was the runner-up on Season 7 of “Food Network Star.” Everything Susie touches has a spicy twist to it, which you can dial up, or down. Stuffed Meatballs Prep Time10 mins Cook Time10 mins Servings: 6 1 lb ground meat 1 egg ¼ […]

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