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Venison Heart: Love in Disguise

This recipe is a slimmed down version of the recipe found in the  LL Bean Game & Fish Cookbook (which is a surprisingly good cookbook). The original recipe calls for a Moose heart or two Venison hearts, but this adaptation is for a single heart … Continue reading

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Heart of the Matter

Heart tends to be a underutilized cut of meat by many hunters, however, in addition to being a culinary tradition (possibly the oldest culinary tradition in relation to hunting), it is quite a tasty hunk of muscle. Personally, I look … Continue reading

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The Bold Juniper Berry

I was given a comprehensive culinary reference book called The Flavor Bible, in which foods are alphabetically presented like an encyclopedia and a list of complimenting flavors and ingredients follow. I was pleased to see that the book offered some great … Continue reading

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