Country fried steak, either venison or beef, is a favorite dish and gets a little love from some milk gravy, too. (Photo: FoodForHunters.blogspot.com)

All Hail These Lip-Smackin’ Country Fried Venison Backstraps

Country Fried Steak is one of the little blessings of life, even if it’s probably not recommended by the American Medical Association or found on any kind of cardiac dietary charts. By Alan Clemons, Managing Editor The premise is simple: take a nice slice of beef or venison, usually about 1/2 to 1 inch...

Blueberry Shitake Venison ... mmm, sweet blueberries and the earthiness of mushrooms.

Blueberry Backstrap? Why, Yes, I’ll Have Seconds, Please

Monday evening in the grocery store I ran across some boxes of clementines, the small oranges hybridized more than 100 years ago, and realized we’re not too far away from spring. I love fresh vegetables and fruits, and cooking with them is easy. Berries always are a great addition to venison dishes and blueberries...

Once you put your venison on the grill, don't overcook it!

Fire Up The Grill For Some Tasty Venison Bacon Backstraps

If you still have some backstraps in the freezer it’s time to get them out and whip up something tasty on the grill. Combine venison, tasty bacon and a little spice to kick things up and you’ll have a mouth-watering treat after a few minutes on a hot grill. Don’t overcook it! If you...

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The Great White Buffalo Lives!

WELL LISTEN EVERYBODY TO WHAT I GOT TO SAY there’s hope for tomorrow if we wake up today. It happened long time ago in the new magicland, the Indian and the buffalo existed hand in hand. The Indian needed food and skins for a roof, but they only took what they needed, millions of...

With age comes wisdom and the realization that hunting smarter means doing what you can and should ... not what you used to do.

The Mighty Spirit of the Wild

I ain’t got time for make believing. My time is short but I’m here to stay. No politics will cure the grieving. I’ll choose my life and I’ll choose it my way. Just like the wolf I’m getting hungry. The law of the land it is my will. I ain’t got time for staying...

A post-war longbow and cedar arrows fueled Mr. Nugent's fire, which lit the fire of his son Ted and grandsons!

Ask Uncle Ted: Tips for Your Sacred Venison

Rule #1 — Respect your elders. At my age (67.4 hyper years) this can definitely come in rather handy since the largest percentage of my fellow man is noticeably younger than old, feeble me. Based on the many millions of wonderful folk around the world I get to communicate with every day on my...

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The Sportsman’s Foodplot Phenomenon

Nothing makes for more soulful, greasy, stimulating guitarlicks like adequate terra firma shrapnel twixt one’s ten digits of doom. Allow me to translate for the adventure challenged linguistics amongst us- The more a guitarplayer works the Good Mother Earth, the more soulful his or her guitarplaying will be. By Ted Nugent Let me tell...