Sweet and Spicy Smoked Quail
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by Sophie May
1M ago
Hey everyone! Ready to turn up the heat and sweet at your next family BBQ? Let’s get the smoker fired up for some incredible Sweet and Spicy Smoked Quail. This recipe isn’t just about throwing some quail on the fire; it’s a full-on flavor explosion that’ll have everyone talking. We’re talking a beautiful balance of smoky, spicy, and sweet that makes these quail nothing short of addictive. With a rub that packs a punch and a glaze that’s the perfect mix of honey’s sweetness and the bold kick of Frank’s Red Hot, these birds are going to fly off the plate! You’ll start with a dry rub that sets ..read more
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Venison Gyro Meat
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by Sophie May
2M ago
Hey folks! Ever thought about turning that ground venison into something super tasty and a bit different? Let me show you how to make some killer Venison Gyro Meat. You’ll spice it up with some key seasonings for that authentic gyro taste. This recipe uses a mix of venison and a bit of pork, which acts as a binder to keep everything together nicely. You’ll add just the right spices to make the dish stand out. Whether you’re serving this in pitas or enjoying it straight off the cutting board, you’re in for a treat. You’ll blend the ingredients, shape them into a loaf, and bake it to perfectio ..read more
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Venison Tatertot Hot Dish
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by Sophie May
9M ago
Take a culinary trip to the heart of Minnesota with this scrumptious Venison Tatertot Hot Dish. This casserole is a comforting ensemble of savory venison, crispy tater tots, and a creamy, flavorful base that gets a delightful kick from a special ingredient – spicy ketchup. It’s an inviting dish that promises warmth and satisfaction in every bite. In my kitchen, simplicity meets zest as I venture to create a hot dish that not only honors a Minnesotan classic but gives a nod to the hunter’s bounty. The venison brings a rich, gamey flavor that pairs excellently with the mixed veggies and creamy ..read more
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Corned Venison
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by Sophie May
1y ago
I may have missed St. Patrick’s Day, but this Corned Venison recipe is great all year round! This recipe has taken some perfecting. My husband actually started trying to make his own corned venison recipe about a year ago. It was never bad but never quite hit the mark. I love him for trying. I asked him what he did, what ingredients he used, etc. I took that, did my own research on traditional Corned Beef recipes and made the changes I thought would be good. I am here today to share what I found! Because man is it goooooood! The key to Corned Venison is the brine. You have to have a good bri ..read more
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Leftover Italian Venison Pasta
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by Sophie May
1y ago
This Leftover Venison Italian Pasta is the perfect way to use any leftovers you have from your Venison Italian Sandwich! First off shoutout LEM again for the meat slicer! If you ever think your venison is too tough, try slicing it into paper thin slices ?, it’ll change your world. This recipe is just a solid “I don’t want the same thing again for dinner, but I don’t want to waste food” recipe. It’s a simple pasta. I would say it’s like 50% hamburger helper and 50% stroganoff and this equals 100% delicious! Also, the meat that has marinated in its juices overnight is even better the next day ..read more
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Italian Venison Sandwich
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by Sophie May
1y ago
Pretend like you’re Al Capone and murder this delicious Italian Venison Sandwich! This sandwich will transport you to the streets of Chicago. This sandwich is so good you might feel like you are eating Portillo’s while taking a photo of your reflection in the Bean. The key to this recipe is the jus. It is so flavorful and delicious. You will want your sandwich dripping in it! And don’t skimp on the giardiniera! You can be fancy and make your own, or go to Walmart like I did and pick up a jar. Make sure to check your meat when it is cooking in the oven every 10 minutes. NO ONE likes overcooke ..read more
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Buffalo Pheasant Dip
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by Sophie May
1y ago
This Buffalo Pheasant Dip is the PERFECT appetizer for your super bowl parties! Who doesn’t love buffalo dip?? I’ve had this buffalo pheasant dip recipe in my recipe book for a while and I thought I had already posted it…but I was wrong! There is not a lot of white meat in the wild game spectrum. And the few species there are, I love preparing it like normal chicken. Obviously pheasant is a lot leaner than chicken, but when you boil the pheasant until tender and then continue it in the crockpot for hours with cheese-y goodness, its going to be amazing! Pheasant is just a great meat to work w ..read more
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Venison Lasagna Soup
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by Sophie May
1y ago
This Venison Lasagna Soup is one of the best soups I have ever made. It is just absolutely fantastic! This recipe serves about 8 people and my husband and I ate the whole thing. A lot of the flavor in this recipe comes from my Italian Sausage recipe. I cannot stress enough how good that recipe is. You can easily make this recipe in a stockpot for quicker results. However, I like my sausage to flavor up the sauce-y soup mixture for several hours. I think it creates a better flavor, but if you are in a pinch, where it says add everything to a crockpot, add it to a stockpot and bring it to a bo ..read more
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Chicago Pull-Apart Venison Pigs in a Blanket
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by Sophie May
1y ago
These Chicago Pull-Apart Venison Pigs in a Blanket are perfect for any party you are hosting or attending! If you are like my family, you might be attending a Superbowl party or hosting one next weekend. This got me thinking and planning some appetizer recipes to help y’all out! I love to bring dips or finger food to parties. They are easy to snack or grab and you can continue socializing. With this criteria, and also wanting something unique, but was also easy, my husband came up with this idea. It is an appetizer take on a Chicago dog. We keep venison hotdogs in our freezer because they ar ..read more
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Pheasant Pozole Verde
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by Sophie May
1y ago
This Pheasant Pozole Verde is the perfect meal to warm your insides during these cold winter months.  This recipe has been something I have wanted to try since I started this page. When my husband and I lived in San Antonio, there was a yummy restaurant that served pozole verde during the winter and not the rest of the year. The restaurant ended up closing during covid and I was devastated. So, I needed to recreate the delicious meal as best I could and share it with everyone else. This is a painless recipe that makes your pheasant super tender. It is packed with a ton of flavor. If you ..read more
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