Posts Tagged ‘Venison’

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Recipes that celebrate organ meats

Having been a chef for many years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many different and interesting ingredients, and I am most intrigued by the organs of animals. One of my first experiences was using veal sweetbreads (thymus glands and pancreas). Soaked in buttermilk overnight, then coated lightly in flour and pan-fried in clarified butter, it was delicious!

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Game changer

Imagine an autumn in which our deer, moose, elk, and caribou herds have been decimated by a disease that has no cure. Imagine hunting when you cannot trust the edibility of the venison you harvest. Then imagine this is the new normal.

venison jerky
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Make your own venison jerky

This tasty and healthy venison jerky makes a great snack whether you’re on a hunt or on the water. The recipe is best with a dehydrator but a low-heat setting in an oven will do the trick too.

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Butcher your deer: A complete guide

OOD’s Steve Galea breaks down butchering so you can do it yourself.

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Thai red curry venison

Thai food is one of my favourites and it works well with game meat. This simple recipe can handle many substitutions for things that you may have on hand…

Venison lasagna
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World’s best venison lasagna

Delicious treat you will love to eat

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Venison with oyster sauce

The sauce consists of dried oysters, soy sauce, and brine. Its main use is to enhance the flavour of stir-fries.