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”
Living in South Texas is unlike anything else in the world! There are daily experiences that one would expect to find only in more remote regions of Mexico. For example, dodging crates of cactus pads that have covered the street after falling from an… Continue Reading “Faux Barbacoa (Nilgai or Venison)”
Last week, during an unexpected (and appreciated) cool spell, I took advantage of the opportunity to cook up fifteen pounds of Nilgai rib meat, using my “Cook-All-Day” recipe. From meat that many hunters would toss out, I produced five delicious meals, right off the… Continue Reading “All Cooked Up and Nowhere to Go?”
As most of my readers know, Deerslayer and I were blessed with a harvest of South Texas nilgai back in January. Other than elk, it provided more meat than anything I’ve ever encountered. With careful packaging (and three freezers) we were able to accommodate ALL of… Continue Reading “Is Rib Meat Worth Saving?”
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”
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