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Leysath's Better Venison Cookbook
Tired of the same old venison dishes? Have an itch to do a little more in the kitchen or at camp with your roasts, tenderloin or shoulders? Bank on the years of knowledge - hunting and in the kitchen - from Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, in his new "Better Venison Cookbook!" Leysath takes you from prep to table with great information and recipes you and your family or friends will enjoy.
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