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Venison Steak and Eggs

Venison Steak and Eggs

Venison Steak and Eggs Jeremiah Doughty | From Field To Plate This simple recipe is quick and delicious. Sometimes food is most enjoyable when you leave it be. All you need is venison steak and eggs. The important step in this venison recipe is making sure you don’t overcook the meat. Serve with toast or grilled vegetables and you have a high protein, great tasting meal.   Ingredients: 1 Venison steak 1 teaspoon cracked pepper ½ teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon smoked paprika ½ teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon soy sauce 2 eggs   Directions Heat grill to high heat...

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Vension and Bacon Soup

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Vension and Bacon Soup

Fall is finally here and the temperatures are dropping fast. College and professional football are in full swing. Most of us are spending our days in tree stands, freezing in duck blinds or spot and stalking. The last thing in your mind is coming home after a long day in the field and creating a delicious dinner, Right? Here is a recipe that takes little to no time to make and best part is its ready when you get home from a long day hunting. (Bonus your house smells killer all day long!)   Venison & Bacon Cheeseburger Soup  ...

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Venison and Black-Eyed Pea Gumbo

Venison and Black-Eyed Pea Gumbo

By: Stacy Lyn Harris  Many versions of gumbo contain chicken, shrimp and sausage, but in hunters' households, you will find venison, duck, turkey and pheasant making their way into the gumbo giving much more depth of flavor. In this recipe, venison sausage, shrimp and black-eyed peas are the stars of the show. Gumbo connoisseurs probably know that gumbos have mainly been divided into two categories, those thickened with file (powdered sassafras) and those thickened with okra. So, which one is the "real" version? Gumbo is a perfect mix of French, West African, and American Indian Cuisine. Each culture has been...

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Fair Day Venison Corn Dogs

Fair Day Venison Corn Dogs

By: Stacy Lyn Harris  Fair Day Venison Corn Dogs "Fair food" happens to be one of my favorite feel-good cuisines, and sometimes I just have to have it. One of the pleasures of this recipe is that anyone with ground venison, venison sausage links or ground venison sausage can make this dish. The only special equipment, wooden sticks, can be found in the arts and crafts section of your local Walmart. Venison corn dogs are perfect as a make-ahead meal and can be frozen after they're cooked for up to 3 to 6 months. I usually quadruple the recipe, fry...

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Venison Scaloppine

Venison Scaloppine

By: Stacy Lyn HarrisVenison Scaloppine was the first dish that I "loved" when I began my month's cooking stint with using only wild game as my protein. If you are new to who I am and how I started cooking wild game, I spent one month "cleaning out the freezer" by cooking all the wild game that Scott, my husband, had harvested the previous year. I wasn't crazy about venison, but after that month, I fell in love with the natural flavorful protein!Although this dish can just as easily be prepared with veal, chicken, duck, and pork, my preference is...

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