Author Archives: Chris Berens

Apple Venison Meatballs

Foodie Friday Recipe: Apple Venison Meatballs

Some weeks of the year are busier than others, without enough time to prepare much for nice meals, and that's when venison meatballs can really shine. They're easy to make, taste great, and can be used for spaghetti, with sauce for appetizers, with noodles, on hoagie sandwiches and more.
Bow Shooting Tips

Bow Shooting Tips: Sitting Vs. Standing

It's a question that often comes up in bow shooting conversations: should you shoot sitting or standing from a treestand? The D&DH editors offer a bunch of solid insight on this old bow hunting dilemma. Plus, we get a quick look at Easton's new throwback camo arrows.
Foodie Friday Recipe: Venison Neck Roast

Foodie Friday Recipe: Venison Neck Roast

The neck meat on a deer is sometimes overlooked when it comes to cleaning and cooking, which is a shame, because it can be used to create some outstanding venison neck roast recipes. One of the best methods is to toss it in a slow cooker with a few extras and...

Hinge Cut Deer Bedding Areas

How to Create Hinge-Cut Deer Bedding Areas

Hinge-cutting trees is a great way to improve your deer habitat by simultaneously creating protective bedding cover and more available browse. There are many variables to account for, so here are some tips for safe and effective hinge-cutting.
Cowboy Venison Chili Recipe

Foodie Friday: Venison Chili the Cowboy Way

Camping and hunting seasons will be here before we know it, and venison chili cooked over the campfire is the perfect way to let out your inner cowboy. An easy, powerfully good tasting, filling meal after a long day in deer country is tough to beat, and Paul Doty, of New...