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11 responses to “Food Plot Venison Stew”

  1. Anita

    are your rutabagas usually that yellow/orange? Mine are usually more of a pale cream – I thought that that was butternut (or some other) squash when I saw the pic. Maybe in Michigan ours are just paler. This recipe looks delicious! Will definitely be making it with the last of my bf’s venison roasts.

  2. Sid

    Great idea and NAME. I’ll adjust components to N LA. Sid

  3. Juls (Pepper and Sherry)

    It’s such a good ethos to apply to creating one’s own recipes – that if they go together in life, they’ll go together on a plate. It’s a really nice, simple bit of advice that can help the least confident cook and the fact that the idea of it can produce as lovely looking a stew as this says a lot for it!

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    […] Food Plot Venison Stew – Hunter Angler Gardener Cook: A really neat venison recipe. Inspired by food plot for deer, all the ingredients in this stew could be found in a whitetail food plot. Pretty awesome idea and it looks delicious too! […]

  5. rangerrick

    Great recipe, Hank! I chose barley, rutabaga and black eyed peas for my “plot” ingredients, and finished with kale towards the end. I adapted for a slow cooker by browning the venison, followed by the onions with a quick deglaze with some of the broth. I incrementally added the other ingredients to match the low setting and it turned out great. You are 100% right when you recommend cooking venison slowly to keep it moist and tender. Since I’ve got a freezer full of different game, next up is your Kentucky Buragoo.

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  7. Rebecca

    I had no idea that vetch was edible. But it makes this dish so pretty!

  8. Paul E Richardson

    Hello. I have some moose hip roast that I’m thinking of cubing and going about making this stew. Any recommendations or tailorings needed?

  9. Adam

    Fyi, I made it gluten free by going with quinoa then used the first sprigs of chard from the garden. It was excellent

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