Canned venison is handy to have in your pantry, whether it’s plain canned venison or in stews and pasta sauces. Here’s how to go about it.
In this episode, I talk with cookbook author Zoe Adjonyoh about her book Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, and the role of fish and seafood in West African cuisine. This is a cuisine you’ll want to get to know.
How to make smoked venison jerky at home. Slow smoking strips of deer meat until mostly dried and chewy is a great way to make venison jerky.
Gallina pinta is a Sonoran specialty, a stew of hominy, beans and meat that is a lot like pozole. I use venison here, but beef is more common.
My recipe for old school style venison summer sausage, where you dry age the sausages so they can keep for months in the fridge.
In this episode, I talk with acclaimed seafood expert and fellow cookbook author Barton Seaver about farmed vs. wild seafood. Hint: Not all farmed seafood is bad.
An Egyptian and eastern Mediterranean style okra stew with meat and tomatoes. Bamia, or okra, has been eaten in Egypt since antiquity. I use venison as the meat here.
A rich venison ragu recipe that is essentially an authentic bolognese sauce. You can use any ground meat here if you don’t have venison.