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...

TED with 3D buck

Fondle Hardware Like You Mean It!

I fondle hardware. I embrace sporting goods. I tinker. I wallow in outdoor gear. I snuggle ammo. I caress firepower. I break stuff. I wear stuff out. I live hard, love hard, hunt hard, rock hard, ride hard, shoot hard, play hard and work hard. Hell, I even think, grill, eat and sleep hard!...

TED  Glock 3Pglock

Don’t Let The Season Get Away From You

What exactly is it we want out of our annual hunting season? Backstraps? Fun? Adventure? Challenge? Sport? A trophy? Escape? Quiet? That special campfire with family and friends? The healing powers of nature? Filling the memory bank? Defying political correctness? Or just flexing that pure, natural, instinctive predator muscle because we must? All of...

Get your predatory vibe jacked way up high for deer, elk, small game and whatever else you enjoy!

Leaping The Vast Chasm To Supreme Predatorship

The great one, our hero Fred Bear, declared the truism many years ago that a single season hunting with the bow and arrow can teach us more about being a hunter than a lifetime of gun hunting. With the inescapable short range limiting factors of archery, we can learn — we must learn rather...

TED Ted in tree

I Smell Fall! Snort It Like You Mean It!

Did I say Happy August? You bet I did! I know, I know, it’s not that big of a deal in our wonderful world of deerhunting, but it is a whole month closer to October than July was! And I have a funny feeling that I’m not the only one getting all tingly and...

Weston's smoker can handle several venison roasts or shoulders!

Smoked Sensations: Great Tips for Smoking Deer Meat

Smoking meat is a timeless method of preservation or cooking dating back centuries throughout the world. Historical accounts reveal that smoking venison, waterfowl and fish has been refined and passed down through generations as an effective way to provide food for families and travel. Food preservation was the main reason for smoking in olden times, along...