Category: Wild Pork

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”

Wild Game Osso Buco (Means “I Love You!”)

Deerslayer had a delicious meal in Vail a while ago that he was excited for me to research and try to replicate.  He was so enthusiastic (and cute) that I couldn’t  say, “no”.   The dish was Osso Buco (which means bone with a… Continue Reading “Wild Game Osso Buco (Means “I Love You!”)”

Classic Wild Game Meat Pie

There are certain times when a savory meat pie hits the spot like nothing else. I have no doubt that Sherlock Holmes would eat a delicious meat pie.   Make it with wild game (venison, elk, nilgai, wild pork) and it can’t be beat.… Continue Reading “Classic Wild Game Meat Pie”

Clearly, I Need to Share a Wild Pork Recipe.

For those of you that follow along with the daily ins and outs of the Deerslayer household, you have recently discovered that we have become the proud owners of a plethora of wild pork.  Deerslayer slew 6 wild pigs a couple of weeks ago.… Continue Reading “Clearly, I Need to Share a Wild Pork Recipe.”

Deep Sigh!

Grinding Wild Game at Home Well, hunting season is over.  The freezers are full of meat. For the most part, most of the hunting stuff has been put away. Life is good. And yet… it’s kinda sad.  The Deerslayer clan is all about hunting.… Continue Reading “Deep Sigh!”

Venison and Wild Pork Tamales

Living in South Texas, tamales have always been a staple and still a delicacy.  The making of tamales has always inspired awe among those  of us who were not lucky enough to have a heritage steeped in chilies, manteca (lard), beautifully seasoned meat, and… Continue Reading “Venison and Wild Pork Tamales”

Venison/Wild Pork Picadillo

Picadillo (peek-u-dee-yo) is a traditional savory Mexican dish that is easy to make and loved by all.  It is what people think of as the usual filling for tacos, flavorful ground meat with tomatoes, onions, garlic, comino (cumin), beef stock, and sometimes potatoes. I… Continue Reading “Venison/Wild Pork Picadillo”

Venison and Barley Soup

Okay, it isn’t officially autumn yet.  It sure as hell doesn’t feel like it here in the Rio Grande Valley,  But Fall is my favorite time of year, dammit, and I will be attaching a wreath to the door that signifies my love of… Continue Reading “Venison and Barley Soup”

Too Many Coolers on a Camping Trip?

Welllllll… the Deerslayer’s wife would’ve said, “Yup!”  I would’ve drawn the line at the 6 other Igloo coolers that we already own.  But these are Yeti coolers!  And they’re made in TEXAS.  Talk to any hunter about coolers and a distinct reverence is suddenly detected.… Continue Reading “Too Many Coolers on a Camping Trip?”

Camping Preparation Continues and Plain Ol’ Easy Venison/Wild Pork Hamburgers

As we gear up for the big trip to Wyoming and the date draws near, the mess in the kitchen piles higher and higher.  Every time I think of something that I won’t be able to get along without, it goes on the pile.… Continue Reading “Camping Preparation Continues and Plain Ol’ Easy Venison/Wild Pork Hamburgers”

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