cooking with deer meat

Venison Seared with Salad is easy to make and you can adjust the ingredients to fit your palate. (Photo: foodforhunters.blogspot.com)

A Nip and Tip ‘o the Glass, and a Stunning Venison Salad

A bit of confusion seems to be the norm whenever there’s a “national day” for something — cheese, smelt, hunting, booze, whatever — because everyone has their own little slice of the pie. So it seems that today is International Whisk(e)y Day to celebrate the beverage that’s been around for who knows how long. Apparently, World...

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Make the Most of Your Venison With Great Recipes

Get plenty of delicious venison recipes and the ultimate tool to cook it in with the Field to Table Value Pack. With this exclusive collection you not only get the CanCooker, of the easiest and quickest cooking methods, but you also receive four cookbooks filled with tasty recipes. Seth McGinn’s CanCooker is a versatile...

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Our Best Venison Cookbooks Grab Top Billing!

Four venison cookbooks available in ShopDeerHunting.com are among the Top 10 for the category on Amazon.com, showing continued growth and popularity among consumers looking for the best healthy, nutritious meals for their families. Venison is leaner than other meats and provides delicious, versatile meals or snacks. The four venison cookbooks noted in the Amazon list provide...

Gumbo is fantastic and versatile, too, so if you want to add some deer meat or sausage then it won't hurt a bit! (Photo: MonsoursPhotography.net)

Break Out the Gumbo Pot and Spicy Venison Sausage, Too

After the recent post here about gumbo and such, I started poking around for a few more Cajun recipes that could incorporate deer meat into them for a different flavor. Louisiana folks love their deer hunting and, in my opinion, it’s one of the most underrated states in the Southeast for big bucks. The...

Weston Venison Jerky

Tasty Venison Jerky Easy to Make on Your 4th of July Break

With the Fourth of July holiday falling on a Friday this year, that means a long weekend and, most likely, more food consumed than normal with folks bugging out a day earlier to take advantage of the break. The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (yes, there is such an organization) estimates that more...