Season nine of Deer & Deer Hunting TV covered a lot of ground. From discussions about whitetail behavior patterns and evolving hunting tools to an examination of Bergmann’s Rule as it pertains to deer, viewers were treated to weekly advice from the experts on how to improve their hunting strategy.
The thrill of the hunt is only part of the joy of hunting. Enjoying your harvest starts with knowing how to prepare and cook venison. After a long, successful hunting season, getting to eat the product of the hard work should be as delicious as it is satisfying.
On this week’s episode of Deer & Deer Hunting TV, Stacy Harris, author of the new book Recipes & Tips for Sustainable Living, gives viewers a sneak peek into how she cooks venison for even the pickiest eater. (Buy the book: click here)
Venison is, as most hunters know, similar in protein but lower in calories and fat than most cuts of beef, pork or lamb. Often shunned in favor of other meats due to what some people believe is a gamey taste, venison, when properly prepared and cooked, is a versatile and delectable addition to any meal.
Harris, who regularly cooks venison for her family of eight, shares her expertise on this season’s finale of Deer & Deer Hunting TV, detailing everything from field care to at-home preparation and some of her favorite recipes.
Become an expert venison chef and impress family and friends by tuning in to the Deer & Deer Hunting TV finale, airing tonight at 9:30 EDT/8:30 CT on NBC Sports.