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Venison Recipes

How to Marinate Deer Backstrap

Deer backstrap is a choice cut from beside the spine of the deer and is similar to a pork loin. Typically cut into steaks or strip...
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How to Cook Deer Cube Steak to Remove the Game Taste

Farm-raised venison is an easy meat to like, a lean and flavorful alternative to beef that can be cooked in much the same way. Wil...
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How to Cook Deer Meat Steaks on Top of a Stove

Whether you hunt your own deer or purchase steaks at the supermarket, venison is naturally low in fat and calories and high in pro...
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How to Prepare a Good Deer Roast in a Crock Pot

Crock-Pot preparation works well for deer roasts because the low heat and slow cooking process result in a tender, melt-in-your-mo...
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The Best Way to Cook Venison Tenderloin

The term venison originated in the 13th century from the Latin word "venatio," which meant hunting. The English version ...
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How to Cook Venison Medallions

A venison medallion is a cut of meat that comes from the backstrap area of a deer. The meat that comes from a deer's back is s...
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How to Cook Venison Ribs

Deer ribs often get discarded because hunters don't know how to cook them. The ribs are large and have a lot of connective tis...
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How to Cook Deer with Onion Soup Mix in the Crockpot

Deer meat, also called venison, is so lean that it can, despite your best efforts, easily become dry. It can also carry a wild, &#...
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How to Cook a Hind Quarter of Venison

Venison refers to the meat from deer, elk or antelope and is an alternative meat source with less fat, cholesterol and calories th...
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How to Cook Deer Tenderloin on the Grill

Venison is a leaner, healthier red meat than beef, but that same characteristic makes grilling deer meat a challenge. Unlike beef,...
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