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Trophy Eating: Venison Shank Barbacoa
Back in November, I had a blog post entitled Shanks are not Contraband, encouraging hunters to utilize shanks in a direct manner rather than grinding them. Once again, referencing chef/hunter Jesse Griffiths’ excellent book Afield, I put together this simple … Continue reading
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Shanks are not contraband!
Venison shanks. Many hunters consider them too tough and full of connective tissue to be edible so they either grind them down to burger or sausage or sometimes even discard them completely. I won’t deny that shanks are not a … Continue reading
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