I can normally tell you when my wife is preparing this meal before I even get into the house. For me, smelling the hot grease and tasting the tender and well-battered and seasoned meat sends me back to a time of wishing I was old enough to hunt with my grandpa. Grouping this recipe with mashed potatoes, homestyle gravy, peas or green beans, a hot roll, and a cold glass of sweet tea will create a new standard of comfort food for you and your family.
You open your freezer with excitement to grab a package of back-strap. You cut open the package, and it looks like you just found a hundred year-old mummy buried in the arctic. Thankfully, we have ways to prevent this tragedy. Packaging your game to last is easier than ever, and its actually less expensive than you might think.
Here are two methods I use to prevent freezer burn and help hard-earned venison be just as pleasing one year from the harvest as it was the day I shot it.
Every year, I speak with someone who would like to get more out of their whitetail harvest. Here are 7 ways to get more from your harvest!
It’s the mantra of so many people who have been served poorly prepared wild game meat. It either tastes too strong, it’s dry, or it just isn’t what they are used to. Here are five ways to ensure that you and your family will be able to share the same enjoyment as me and mine when it comes to ground venison.
If you are truly seeking to capture both sides of the cultural melting pot of the traditional Thanksgiving, be sure to include a venison dish with your family tradition!