Category: Nilgai

Faux-so Buco

I’m always looking for new wild game recipes and methods for cooking the meat that fills my freezers, particularly at this time of year when I’m trying to finish up last year’s harvest. Sometimes I stumble upon a fabulous recipe that’s just exactly what… Continue Reading “Faux-so Buco”

Hunters, This is a Game-Changer! Sous Vide Cooking for Wild Game

I’ve never thought of myself as a trend setter. Nor have I ever been one of those people who stands in line to be the first to own the newest gadget. More of a traditionalist, I’d say. I keep my phone until is seizes… Continue Reading “Hunters, This is a Game-Changer! Sous Vide Cooking for Wild Game”

Leftover Venison Shanks! Yay!

Of course it was a wonderful Christmas holiday!  The family was together and there was no shortage of food.  As a special treat for our older daughter, I prepared Hank Shaw’s Venison Shanks in Garlic Wine sauce using meat from the deer that she harvested… Continue Reading “Leftover Venison Shanks! Yay!”

TexMex Venison and/or Wild Pork Enchiladas

It’s really hot outside.  And, yet, it’s time to start preparing for deer season.  It’s time to fill feeders and fix feeder pens.  And check on the game cameras.  It’s time to clean out coolers. For the Deerslayer’s Wife, it’s also time to start… Continue Reading “TexMex Venison and/or Wild Pork Enchiladas”

Axis Bacon-Wrapped Garlic Roast

Get a bunch of hunters sittin’ around a fire and ask ’em what they think of axis deer meat.  I’m guessing  that the consensus, after a couple of contemplative sips of beer and a good deal of head-nodding, is that axis meat is top notch.  The… Continue Reading “Axis Bacon-Wrapped Garlic Roast”

Wild Pork Green Chile Stew

Wild pork & green chile stew, so easy and makes you a super star!

Corned Nilgai

I was so excited when I read Hank Shaw’s post on Corned Venison!  I’m a huge fan of corned beef and a big fan of Hank Shaw, as well.  There are few things better than a corned beef sandwich on rye bread (except perhaps… Continue Reading “Corned Nilgai”

Spicy Marinara Venison Burgers

The other day, a wine-induced conversation ensued in the Deerslayer household regarding the best of all culinary goodness . Is pasta better than pizza?  Is seared venison tenderloin superior to chicken-fried venison steak? In our family, I have to admit that pasta, cheese, bread, and… Continue Reading “Spicy Marinara Venison Burgers”

Venison (or Wild Pork, Nilgai, or Elk) Stroganoff

Yesterday was the first day of deer season, and yet, here in South Texas, we’re still having days with temperatures that reach into the 90’s,  It’s comforting to know that I can open the freezer, grab some cooked venison, and go from there to prepare any number of tasty… Continue Reading “Venison (or Wild Pork, Nilgai, or Elk) Stroganoff”

Venison Pierogi

Delicious little pasta pillows filled with spiced meaty goodness.  It’s the best description I can think of for the Polish dish called pierogi.  Little Polish ravioli!  There are several traditional recipes that include fillings like saurkraut or potato/garlic.  Both are out of this world.  However,… Continue Reading “Venison Pierogi”

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