Tag Archives: beef
The best camping grills. George Pelligrini has this Venison Roast with Red Wind and Juniper Berries recipe. He uses two backstraps, which few hunters will use for the purpose of a roast, but you could easily use a sirloin cut … Continue reading
Managed to get 17 pounds of Venison into the pickling brine in preparation for the Corned Venison and Hash feast on St Patrick’s Day. This 5 Gallon piece of stoneware came in handy for the task.
St Patrick’s Day will be upon us before you know it and this is a great excuse to treat your family and friends to a special occasion using your venison stores. What you know as “Corned Beef” is a salt curing process … Continue reading
The River Front Times features the 7 Best BBQ Joints in St Louis. I usually roll my eyes when people talk about making Venison bacon (not near enough fat), however, this guy appears to have pulled it off. Check it … Continue reading
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Kyle. J. Norton has the scoop on the health benefits of eating Calf’s liver. Calf’s liver is a major dietary source of iron, considered as higher in the water-soluble protein albumin than beef. It’s delicious taste and texture for calf’s liver … Continue reading
Basic Butchering of Livestock and Game by John J Mettler Jr (a retired large-animal veterinarian) is a excellent read for anyone interesting in butchering domestic and/or game meats. The book is geared towards the novice to moderately experienced butcher and includes well … Continue reading