Category Archives: Deer

Venison Corn Soufflé Casserole

The weather is getting cooler in New York and the opening of Deer Season for Archery is just a few weeks away.  Here is a recipe to get you excited…

Venison Meatloaf- comfort food!

With most Americans spending time at home right now, its a great opportunity to do some home cooking and eat the meat stored in your freezers.  If you had a…

Get your Disco on with Venison Spaghetti!

Need to cook for a large crowd or simply love to cook outside at camp or at home?  Then get your disco on!  A fun piece of outdoor cooking equipment…

Venison Spiedies- cleaning out the freezer

Deer hunting season is around the corner in New York State and perhaps you still have a few venison steaks or roasts from last season hanging out in the freezer. …

Irish Game and Guinness Stew

St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend and there are many wild game recipes that are fitting for an Irish feast, such as “Corned Goose or Venison” or “Hunter’s Pie Baked Potatoes”…

Venison Braciole (rolled and braised to perfection)

This is a nice recipe to prepare for a celebration dinner or just to change things up! Venison Braciole Ingredients: 1.5 lbs. venison back strap, chops or boneless steaks 1…

Venison Bresaola- Beautifully Cured Meat (Charcuterie)

Charcuterie (shar-coot-ehr-ee) is a French word that encompasses many cured and cooked meats that are often served as appetizers.  Many favorite processed meat products, such as bacon, sausages, hot dogs,…

Dutch Oven Marsh and Meadow Chili

It is that sweet time of year when both waterfowl and whitetail deer hunting is open in New York State.  This recipe celebrates both species.  Taste-tested many times, this recipe…

Canned Canada Goose Meat

Whether you are cleaning out the freezer to make room for this hunting season or you have fresh goose meat, canning is an excellent way to prepare Canada goose into…

Lemony Summer Venison Steak

Tangy lemon and fresh cilantro add a nice summer flavor to venison steak and chops.  Keep getting the venison out of the freezer and cooking it up…fall is coming. Lemony…

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