Category: Cooking

The 4 Most Effective Ways to Get Rid of the Gamey Taste in Wild Meat

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If you’re struggling with the gamey taste in wild meat, start here.  You spend a lot of time, effort and money in going about chasing down wild game for the freezer. The last thing you want in wild meat is a gamey taste when it comes time to cook it. All is not lost if the

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Home Sausage-Making Accident Forces 69-Year-Old Vet to Cut Off His Own Arm


This sausage-making accident was more than an ordeal for North Dakota’s Myron Schlafman. A Vietnam veteran and 69-year-old Jamestown, North Dakota man suffered a lost hand when he got it stuck in his electric meat mixer, forcing him to cut a part of his own arm off to prevent bleeding to death. “I just looked and knew

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This 30-Minute Venison Skillet Lasagna Works Any Night of the Week

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Venison Skillet Lasagna

Yes, this venison skillet lasagna recipe is truly that simple.  Who doesn’t love lasagna? The meat sauce alone makes me crave it, but adding in ground venison with some spices and ricotta cheese just makes an Italian masterpiece. The only problem most people have with making this is the time required to do it properly.

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This Diagram Makes Butchering a Deer Look Easy

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If you’re interested in how to butcher your own deer harvests, you might like this illustrated deer meat guide. This illustration by artist Nadia van der Donk shows where the different cuts of meat come from on a deer. A hind quarter alone from a single deer can provide a lot of meat that can last for months

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Make Your Own Acorn Flour for Baking Breads or Muffins

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Want to become a little more self-sufficient? Acorns and acorn flour were at one time a staple food item for both settlers and Native Americans. We’ve gotten away from using acorns as a food source, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t make use of the plentiful nuts to supplement your own food stores. Acorns

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It Will Taste Like Fall With This Slow Cooker Apple Venison Tenderloin Recipe

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Venison Tenderloin Recipe

Use up the last of your venison tenderloins on this one.  Most hunting seasons are opening up right around the corner. Thankfully, that means it’s getting close to filling up our freezers again with wild game. For us deer hunters, the game meat we prefer the most just happens to be venison. As most know,

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Entoloma Abortivum: The CatDog of Mushrooms

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It’s the time of year when autumn mushroom hunters take to the woods in search of fungi deliciousness. Entoloma abortivum should be on your list. Entoloma abortivum, also known as aborted entoloma or, colloquially, “pig snoots,” are some of the more confusing edible mushrooms around. It isn’t hard to properly identify one of these weird

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Roast Squirrel with Orange Blackberry Cranberry Sauce

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Here’s a roast squirrel recipe that includes a few post-summer ingredients like blackberries and cranberries in a delicious sauce. It’s almost squirrel hunting season here in Wisconsin. This is a roast squirrel dish that’s a bit of a departure from fried squirrel recipes. It’s tasty and has some real nice visual appeal. Blackberries and cranberries

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Filleting

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I am fully aware that there are 1,338 videos on YouTube demonstrating how to fillet a fish.  Well, make it 1,339: Keep in mind that video was made with the idea of keeping it simple for someone who might not have done it before.  I know there are a lot of variations, a lot of …

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