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Get Smokin’ With This Great Venison Dry Rub

Did you know deer season opened in California last weekend in one of the state’s northern zones, and whitetail season is just a few weeks away in southern Florida and South Carolina? Amazingly, we’re into hunting season! Hurray! Most of the country will still be sweatin’ to the oldies as summer hangs around for...

Venison Bleu Cheese Burgers are great!

The Best Venison Burgers for Your Fourth of July Blowout!

The variety is quite wide when it comes to venison recipes, advice on how to get the best burgers, which spices or how much fat to include in the grind. Everyone does things a little bit differently and that’s what helps make things interesting. Whatever your favorites may be, there’s no debate that the...

Seafood gumbo can include venison sausage, of course, for added flavor!

Venison Appetizers and a Summer Seafood Slam

My gosh, I do believe I could eat fresh seafood until my cholesterol level hit something along the lines of an SAT score and I looked like Mr. Creosote before he noshed on that wafer-thin mint. Shrimp, oysters, fresh fish, squid … dang. Love it. Love it! And I really don’t care how it’s...

A good dry rub can help tough cuts of venison or beef.

Try This Super Dry Rub Recipe For Your Venison

Dry rubs are easy to make, can be as simple or involved as you wish, and can help transform a tough cut or shoulder roast into a succulent delight. Take a venison shoulder roast, for example. It has several muscles and a bunch of connective tissue. Some folks just discard it. Boo, hiss! Coat...

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Drunken Belgian Buck a CanCooker Favorite

Check out this cool venison recipe from CanCooker, one of the easiest ways to turn your deer, beef or other goodies into a super meal at home or camp. The CanCooker is pretty doggone easy to use, too. Put your food items inside, lock the top, put over a flame and within an hour...

Keeping the right temperature for your venison roasts and not overcooking can make the difference between great and "meh."

Cajun Venison Steaks Have A Tasty Kick

If you’re a seafood lover then you know a bit of Cajun spice in the shrimp or crawfish boil adds a zesty kick to the party, and it does the same for venison! When you’re cooking deer meat it’s a good idea to not drown the meat in marinades or seasonings. Venison has a...

Enchilada

These Delicious Venison Enchiladas Will Be A Hit!

If you’re a deer hunter, chances are good you’ve tried making tacos with deer meat or possibly something else with a little South of the Border zing. Now, try these great Venison Enchiladas from Stacy Harris! Author of “Happy Healthy Family” and with a household of kids, she’s tried many recipes with deer meat...

Spicy-Sweet Venison Loin

Spicy-Sweet Venison Loin, in a Flash (With Video!)

How many times have you ever heard chefs remind you to not overcook meat or it’ll become dry, chewy and something akin to an inedible boot heel? Yeah? A few times? Maybe your mother or grandmother or Uncle Pitmaster who won’t let anyone near his custom grill has said that. “Don’t overcook it!” you’ll...

If you don't have any grilled venison right now, since it's summer, practice with a nice beef roast and get your groove down before deer season opens and you bring home some venison!

You’ll Love This Great Grill-To-Crock Venison Roast

A nice deer roast in the slow cooker with a few vegetables is an easy way to whip up supper and have a delicious, nutritious meal. Venison is lean and healthy. So whenever we get a chance to enjoy our hunting success it’s great to make the most of it. Here’s a great recipe...

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...