I have to admit, the title is a little misleading. It’s like determining the superiority of champagne with raspberries or strawberries. Gene Kelly or Fred Astaire (not in champagne, just dancing!). Both are outstanding in their own right. Don’t make… Continue Reading “Cooking Nilgai vs. Venison”
Wild game jerky is awesome! The Deerslayer clan loves it. There are several types; whole muscle jerky, some that is made from extruded ground meat (pressed out, ribbon-like, through an implement that looks like a caulk gun) and some that is pressed into casings… Continue Reading “Wild Game Jerky”
I have to say that I was almost as excited as Deerslayer when I found out that he’d gotten his first nilgai. We’d driven around the ranch looking for a blue bull for quite some time. It was decided that night around the… Continue Reading “Adventures in Nilgai Cooking”
Nilgai Excitement I received the text from Deerslayer shortly after 7:00 a.m. He wanted to know if I wanted to get some snapshots of a Nilgai for my blog. It was short and to the point but it spoke volumes. The unwritten meaning behind… Continue Reading “Nilgai? What the Hell is That?”
There are few things that make the house smell as inviting as a venison meatloaf. Sure there are countless sweet things that are baked with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and don’t forget pumpkin. But when a deerslayer walks in the front door after a hard… Continue Reading “Venison Meatloaf with Goat Cheese”
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