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Whether your venison stew is made in a traditional method or with the cool CanCooker, you'll enjoy delicious meals and have family asking for more.

Easy Venison Stew Batters Away the Winter Blues

Imagine a good evening in the deer stand or blind, coming back home or to camp and within an hour or so everything’s ready for a rib-sticking chowdown while you’re telling tales of the hunt. Or if it’s raining and you’re at camp with some vegetables, spices and a venison roast. All you need...

Whether your venison stew is made in a traditional method or with the cool CanCooker, you'll enjoy delicious meals and have family asking for more.

Warm Your Bones With Hearty Venison Stew

About two-thirds of the nation will be hit this week with another blast of cold air coming out of Canada, which means it’s a perfect time for venison stew! Whether you prepare it in a special pot you’ve used for years or maybe a Can Cooker, it’s hard to beat a good, hot bowl...

Venison Stuffed Loin

Serve This Delicious Stuffed Venison Loin for Thanksgiving

If you’ve been fortunate enough to kill a couple of deer this season and have a backstrap or two in mind for Thanksgiving, then you must consider doing this outstanding recipe that will knock your family’s socks off. Stacy Harris, author of several fantastic cookbooks and owner of Gameandgarden.com, has one of the best...

Spicy Meatball Recipe

Make These Venison Meatballs for Thanksgiving Appetizers

When Uncle Claude and Aunt Gertie show up, you know they’re going to be hungry after driving the land yacht over the river and through the woods for the annual Thanksgiving feast. She’ll rumble into the kitchen looking to “help out a bit” and he’ll be hungry, eyeballing anything and everything to rid the...

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Skinny Supply of Fat Turkeys? Eat Mo’ Venison

Apparently the good folks at Butterball are having a wee bit of a problem this year providing their plus-sized turkeys for the annual Thanksgiving runway experience. The company provides about 1.3 million pounds of turkey each year. For the frozen gobblers consumed during the holidays, that includes birds big and small. Big ones, of...

Deer Talk Now

Scott Leysath Helps Make Your Venison More Flavorful, Tender

Instead of grinding everything into burger and sausage, wild game chef Scott Leysath has some suggestions for making your venison taste better. How? By better preparation and a little tenderizing. Leysath also has some insights on field dressing, shanks, herbs and marinades, and more. Be sure to check out Deer Talk Now with this...