Use Fresh Ingredients for this Great Venison Parmesan Stacy Harris, author of “Happy Healthy Family: Tracking The Outdoors In” has enjoyed preparing, cooking and eating venison for years. Her family enjoys the outdoors, from their big summer vegetable garden that includes herbs and fruits, to the hunting seasons for big and small game. Fishing, of course, is almost a year-round deal. Her husband and sons are big deer hunters, so they have no shortage .
Spice Up Your Ground Meat With This Cuban Favorite Though ground meat, or mince, as it’s known in other parts of the world, is the humblest of proteins, it’s also the most ubiquitous. Nearly every cuisine offers unlimited mince recipes, and they often form the basis for the most comfortable of comfort foods. For Cubans, that recipe is picadillo, a mishmash hash of ground meat, tomatoes, onions, and garlic, with the sweetness of raisins .
Hunters probably don’t normally hang out with vegans, but some of our friends have made poor life choices. And we all have that one family members who looks down on a bloody deer steak. If you happen to have one of these folks in your social circle, there is a way to save them from malnutrition and kale salads and it doesn’t even require an episode of Intervention. Instead, fry up some bacon. Ask .
If you’re like me, breakfast isn’t just something to eat in the morning. Right? Bacon, eggs, venison sausage, hot biscuits with honey or sorghum or jam, grits with butter and maybe cheddar cheese, fresh fruit with yogurt, maybe some fried taters with onions … doggone, that sounds good. Venison Shepherd’s Pie is a different version of the Venison Sausage Pie (below), but both are fantastic and incredibly easy to make for hungry family or .