How to smoke a deer ham to make the best “roast beef” you’ve ever had.
Old school venison pot roast, Eastern European style. Great with venison neck or shoulder.
This is the one venison casserole I can get behind: Bobotie, one of the national dishes of South Africa.
Deceptively simple, the ancho sauce really makes this dish. Elk, deer or any red meat will work here.
Venison tamales, an old family recipe from a friend of mine. Hope you like them!
If you only know one deer tongue recipe, this should be it: Mexican tacos de lengua. Works with any decent-sized tongue.
Wait, what? Chinese venison with cumin? These are words many people think would never go together in Chinese food, but this, done with lamb, is actually a very traditional northern Chinese dish.
Chocolomo. I just love saying the name. It’s a Mexican stew made with beef or venison, and it is amazing. The flavor is so deep and rich you just want to keep eating it. The secret? Char. There’s a whole lotta blackening going on here, and the result is a revelation.