Category: Recipes

Wild Pork Done Right/ Wild Pork Done Easy

A couple of weeks ago, my deerslayer was called upon to put together a birthday extravaganza for the patriarch of the Deerslayer clan.  The venue was a given; the family beach house near South Padre Island; rustic, grungy and the site of many, many… Continue Reading “Wild Pork Done Right/ Wild Pork Done Easy”

Not Always the Cat’s Meow (Venison Marsala)

Like every other deerslayer’s wife on the planet, as hunting season winds down, I come to the realization that, as much as I embrace my vocation, being the wife of a deer slayer isn’t always all that great.  Don’t get me wrong!   There’s no… Continue Reading “Not Always the Cat’s Meow (Venison Marsala)”

Venison and/or Wild Pork Enchiladas with Creamy Poblano Sauce

This recipe has become my “go to” meal to prepare for company; either a small get-together or a camping group of 50. I’ve received compliments from fans of wild game and friends who didn’t realize they were sharing God’s wild bounty. I really like this recipe… Continue Reading “Venison and/or Wild Pork Enchiladas with Creamy Poblano Sauce”

Maple Wild Pork Sausage

We were blessed this season to end up with a freezer full of wild pork. We have roasts, ribs, shanks, pork belly, and lots of ground meat.       I was particularly excited to have the ground pork. Last year, for the first… Continue Reading “Maple Wild Pork Sausage”

Officially Older Than Dirt

It was my birthday this week. The older I get the less inclined I am to feel the need to throw a big Hoo-Hah to celebrate. However, this year was pretty awesome. My deerslayer surprised me with a great camera (a Nikon D3100). I’ve… Continue Reading “Officially Older Than Dirt”

Venison Parmesan with Fabulous Sauce

This is one of my family’s favorite recipes. It’s elegant enough to serve to company, the sauce can be made up ahead to save time, the meat can even be pounded out a day ahead, as well. When I prepared it this time, my… Continue Reading “Venison Parmesan with Fabulous Sauce”

Cornbread (and Beans?)

Cornbread is a wonderful thing. Beans just wouldn’t be the same without it. The smell of warm cornbread harkens most Southerners back to their youth. Many refer to the beans/cornbread combination as a single entity. “Beans & Cornbread” are practically one word. So when… Continue Reading “Cornbread (and Beans?)”

Bacon-Wrapped Garlic Venison Roast

One of the things I admire most about my deerslayer and his philosophy about hunting is his respect for nature, his respect for the animal, and his appreciation for the right that we have to harvest our own food. I appreciate how he taught… Continue Reading “Bacon-Wrapped Garlic Venison Roast”

Just Cranberry Dessert

I decided that, since it’s deer season, and since I got an awesome set of cast iron cookware for Christmas, and since MY deerslayer is the best husband (and handsomest, too) on the planet, I would bring the ingredients for his favorite dessert of… Continue Reading “Just Cranberry Dessert”

This Little Piggy…

.. ended up on our dinner table. It was delicious. This past weekend we participated in the South Texas version of autumn hunting. It was 80 degrees during the day and in the 60s at night. There was no bundling up against the cold,… Continue Reading “This Little Piggy…”

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