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Score With the Best Venison Burgers, Chili and a Super Weekend

Whether you’re a diehard face-painting fan ready for Sunday’s super clash or a casual fan who likes a little football and good food, this weekend is one of the best. The ramp-up to the National Football League’s annual championship game is monumental. Overdone, but that’s what TV does to make money: ramp, hype, promote,...

Venison Recipe: Yogurt Venison Burgers

This venison recipe for Yogurt Venison Burgers offers a different take on the standard grilled venison burger. It comes from Deer & Deer Hunting reader Rich Decembrino, of Pennsylvania. Ingredients 1/3 cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon lime juice 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1/2 teaspoon grated lime peel 1/3 cup chopped green onions 3 tablespoons plain...

Venison Recipe: Stir Fry Venison Burgers

Venison burgers 1/2 stick butter or substitute Worchester sauce Onions Garlic Salt and pepper to taste Make a sauce that is deep enough to cover 3/4 of each steak slice by first melting the butter. Then pour in Worchester sauce until butter turns color of milk chocolate. Add to the sauce diced onions, garlic,...

Venison Kababs

You Must Try These Jamaican Venison Kebabs With a Jerk Kick

Our friends at Food for Hunters have what looks like a stupendously easy venison dish to prepare for a weekend hangout with friends and family. Kebabs are simple, everyone likes them or some variation and if you have someone who’s not into beef or venison then chicken can be substituted. Heck, make some of...

Peppercorn Smoked Venison Sausage with Cherry Shallot Sauce

Unique Flavors Help This Smoked Venison Sausage Sizzle

  Smoked venison sausage sounds outstanding and, combined with a little sweet kick, makes a perfect main attraction for a delicious and eye-appealing meal. Smoking is a curing method that has been around for centuries. Native Americans used the method, as have inhabitants of other countries. Venison, fish, fowl … they’ve all been tried...

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You’ll Scream for More of this Venison Burrito Supreme

Venison always adds a unique flavor to your dishes, especially if you avoid drenching it in marinade or soaking it for days in ice water to “remove the gamey taste.” We don’t soak beef or pork roasts for days in ice water. Perhaps the “it tastes gamey” crowd is just accustomed to bland grocery...

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For a Few Hundred Dollars, You Can DIY With Venison Processing

OK, all you DIY deer hunters out there, don’t blow a gasket when you read the next sentence. I’ve paid more than $250 this year for venison processing, which doesn’t include the gas purchased to drive to my hunting spots and any other costs associated with the seasons. The latter costs have been minimal...