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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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Italian Deer Scaloppine

There are many versions of the classic Italian scaloppine, which consists of thinly sliced meat, usually veal or chicken, that has been floured and sauteéd with wine, chicken, beef, or veal stock and a handful of other ingredients. The key is to watch the cooking time. Sliced thinly, your venison will overcook in a heartbeat. […]

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Venison Birria Tacos

Here’s a venison taco version of our “venison birria stew” recipe, which you can find here: https://foodforhunters.blogspot.com/2019/08/wild-game-birria-stew.html The tortillas were dipped into the red soup for color and then heated until toasty with duck fat in a large skillet. Fill the tortillas with venison birria, cilantro and onion, and then serve with leftover soup (called […]

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Sweet – Hot Jerky

Based on a casual observation of my hunting buddy’s jerky choices, I’d say that sweet- and hot- flavored jerky is about even with teriyaki. Turning venison into jerky is a natural. It’s lean, practically devoid of fat, and dries out faster than beef. The meat has to be trimmed of all visible silver skin, sinew, […]

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Mulberry-Honey Old Fashioned

We picked and froze loads of wild mulberries earlier this summer. If you’ve done the same or if these berries are still growing in your area, here’s a refreshing cocktail. Adjust the number of mulberries as desired — our trees in Nebraska tend to produce fruit on the smaller side.  Servings: 1 cocktail Ingredients: – […]

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Sweet & Spicy Venison Stir Fry

Velveting is a special technique in Chinese stir fry. Marinating slices of raw meat in egg and cornstarch protects it from drying out while cooking, which results in tender and juicy meat. It even works with venison. For this recipe, I used the eye of round from an older doe and was surprised by the […]

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Venison Cheesesteak

In the tradition of the Philly cheesesteak sandwich, this recipe is a quickie that’ll fool some of your friends who claim that they don’t like the taste of venison. Just don’t tell them it’s deer meat until after the first few bites. The meat is sliced very thin, so be careful when cooking. It only […]

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