This venison Spanish rice recipe is a perfect example of how simple and quick it can be to cook an awesome meal from our favorite wild game.
All of that hard-earned venison shouldn't just be saved for dinners and special occasions. Sometimes we forget that it makes great sandwiches — smoked venison being one of our all-time favorite sandwich stuffers.
It’s a mistake to think that venison is only for celebration meals, special occasions or snacking. If you’re going to shoot deer, you’d better create additional options with your bounty of venison, and venison steak gyros are often overlooked.
Regardless if the temperature and weather forecast agree or not, this Memorial Day weekend is the kickoff to summer, and grilling venison is one of our favorite ways to celebrate the summer outdoors. Here are a few tricks to remember when cooking venison on the grill.
Break out the grill and start the pre-party for summer with these fantastic Spaghetti Stick Venison Appetizers. Paul Guidry submitted this recipe for his version of the classic jalapeño popper and it's going to make a great summer addition to any grill master's list of venison appetizers to create.
The crockpot could be the single greatest cooking invention of all time — other then the discovery of fire, of course. And crockpot venison recipes are right up there in the top five, at least, for easy, delicious and time-saving cooking. Let's face it, at the end of a long day...
Dutch ovens and a venison roast are so very adaptable in the kitchen that a good cook can create a myriad of delicious meals with them. Johnny Hatridge, of Arkansas, has his own creative spin on the classic. And be sure to not forget the cornbread — it’s the perfect complement.
It's easy to forget about the heart when field-dressing a deer since it can be a messy task some hunters just want to get over with, but this venison heart recipe will hopefully change your mind. The heart is a very pure muscle, and when cleaned and cooked correctly, it makes...
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.