Tag Archives: Shank
I’ve long been a fan of shanks of most any animal (pork, deer, lamb, beef etc) because it is one of the more unique tasting cuts. Even beef shanks are often described by pedestrian eaters as being “Gamey.” In most … Continue reading
I spent some time yesterday breaking down this late season mature buck. Check out the size of that bottom round! These dry aged cuts all have prearranged marriages with the dutch oven for all kinds of dishes from Venison Bayou … Continue reading
We were first exposed Machaca as a breakfast dish served with eggs in Sayulita, Mexico. Upon the first taste, we instantly agreed that venison shanks needed a date with the Machaca cooking method. The end result? Deep, rich flavor and … Continue reading
Using my secondary refrigerator that I cure meats in, I experimented with dry aging venison quite a bit this Winter. I’m running this refrigerator at 40 degrees with 60-70% humidity, a bowl of salt water and a clip on fan … Continue reading
One of the Go Carnivore contributors is also a member of a BBQ team that competes in the Memphis in May World Championship BBQ Cooking Competition. The festival starts on Wednesday night and runs through the weekend. As far as … Continue reading
The “tough cuts” of venison have a bad reputation. In fact, many hunters discard them all together. A short list of venison “tough cuts” include: Shank, Neck, Flank & Ribs The easiest way to use these cuts of meat is to … Continue reading
After 10 days of pickling and overnight cooking in multiple Dutch Ovens, our Corned Venison came out beautifully. We used Shanks, Sirloin, Shoulder and Sirloin Tip cuts. Texturally, the Shank meat was my favorite.