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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 this episode...

Slow Cook Your Venison Shoulder For Great Sandwiches

A lot of hunters don’t mess with venison shoulders because of the connective tissue, and instead will take the hindquarters and loins as their main freezer fare. That’s a mistake, though. The shoulders have a good portion of meat and great flavor. Taking a page from the barbecue fans who enjoy...