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Anyone Can Make These Breakfast Venison Sausage Balls

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Venison Sausage Balls Recipe

This southern breakfast venison sausage balls recipe is great for any occasion.  Whether you’re needing a dish for your company Christmas party or a platter for Christmas morning brunch, these venison sausage balls are tasty and easy to make. A lot of sausage ball recipes are overcooked or dry, but this intricate combination of sharp

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Mouthwatering Venison Steak Tacos are Sure to Spice Things Up

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If you’re feeling a Latino dish for supper, try these venison steak tacos. Venison steak tacos are a family favorite. In fact, they’re simple to make, and it’s hard to beat the freshness and leanness of venison steak. Deer meat in general is leaner than beef and other wild game more times than not. Believe it

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Turkey is Lame: 3 Ways to Serve Venison for Thanksgiving


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Forget all about turkey with these three ways to have venison for Thanksgiving. Turkey on Thanksgiving is boring; you should be using venison. If you’ve grown tired of turkey, then you’ll love these three venison recipes that will tantalize your taste buds, gobsmack your guests, and make you hungry for more. So before you do anything,

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How to Clean a Wild Turkey

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Here’s how to clean a wild turkey for your Thanksgiving meal. Field dressing a turkey is not nearly as hard as some might think. And since turkey hunting season almost always coincides with Thanksgiving, why not try it out this year? This well-filmed video shows us how to clean a wild turkey before a meal.

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7 Animals (Besides Turkey) Eaten at the First Thanksgiving

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What was eaten at the first Thanksgiving? The answer may surprise you. No one really knows exactly how turkey became a Thanksgiving staple. While the Pilgrims probably had the now-traditional bird, it wasn’t the centerpiece of their famous meal, and those who participated in the first feast of the holiday had something much different on their plates. The

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Under Our Feet, Mushrooms Offer New Tastes For Ocean State Foragers

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Under Our Feet

We see them on our walks and commutes, growing under bushes, popping out of mulch or clinging to oak trees. Some species are more commonly found in shaded, damp woods while others will grow in rotting hay bales or near areas rich with cow manure. From the gorgeous whites of a lions mane to short stemmed bolets freckled orange and yellow to some out-of-this-world feather patterns on a peasant polypore, mushrooms thrive all around us but few understand how many are native to Rhode Island and more importantly for some, which are edible.

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Finding And Understanding Wild Mushrooms In Every Season

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Following the path along the bank of a stream, I slowed down to cross another small brook. Glancing sideways up its stony course, I suddenly came to a complete stop. The brook, bordered with pale green sphagnum moss, was coming down through a little ravine full of beech trees. This was a textbook Black Trumpet spot, an area where it would actually be worth my time to scan the forest floor for those camouflaged little devils. I saw just what I had hoped to see: dark grey trumpet-shaped mushrooms. In this patch they weren’t camouflaged at all, they were growing right up out of the moss, the colors contrasting perfectly and I could see the mushrooms continuing further up into the ravine along the banks of the brook.

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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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