When it comes to food and the important role that it plays in our lives, it is not surprising that some foods seem to form connections in our minds with events and special times. Bar-b-que and beer make most people think of outdoor get-togethers with family… Continue Reading “Lovely and Delicate Wild Pork and Mushroom Quiche”
There are days when just getting out of bed seems like a major achievement. As I stagger to the kitchen whimpering for a cup of coffee, a pile of bills waits for me on the table. I wade through waist-deep laundry to get to the… Continue Reading “Cheaters’ Wild Pork Ribs”
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”
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”
One day, after a couple glasses of wine, I decided that I wanted to come up with a recipe that combined my favorite flavors into a single Deerslayer-worthy dish. Pasta with a delicious sauce full of bright, fresh flavor, and venison meatballs. Not just plain… Continue Reading “Goat Cheese-Filled Venison Meatballs”
Let it be known, here and now, that the Deerslayer’s wife loves Tex-Mex food. I always have and I always will. The evolution of the mix of traditional Mexican cuisine with what was available in Texas in the early days of our great state resulted… Continue Reading “Cheese Enchiladas with Nilgai (or Venison) Chili Con Carne”
No, this is not an authentic recipe. No, I don’t know if the Chinese eat venison at all. I DO know that this is a recipe that uses venison in its purest form, seared and deliciously rare. It also incorporates Asian flavors like fresh… Continue Reading “Chinese Venison with Broccoli and Sugar Snap Peas”
I was so excited when I came up with this recipe the other day. It turned out well enough that I’d be willing to serve it to guests. Once again, while it’s relatively simple, it requires the ability to “think outside the box” regarding what… Continue Reading “Pecan Crusted Venison Steaks with Mustard 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”
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