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Tomatillo and Chili Pepper Stewed Venison Shoulder

This is a great way to use a venison shoulder. The meat can be used as filling for tacos, burritos, tamales or on top of a sandwich. Venison Shoulder in a Tomatillo Chili Pepper Sauce 2-3 lb venison shoulder 2 … Continue reading

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Massaman Curry

This curry is more in line with Indian food than Thai due to the sweetness of the sauce and the use of potato. Regardless it is very tasty. Authentically this is made with cheap beef cubes, but chicken thighs work … Continue reading

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Stout Marinated Venison

Here is another way to cook venison shoulder. This marinade could also be used for a tougher cut of beef. Serve this with rice or bulgur pilaf. Use Guinness extra stout for this or any recipe. That is the version … Continue reading

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Venison Bourguignon

Slow cooked venison shoulder is substituted with amazing success in this classic stew. If no venison is available then the standard beef roast can be used. Use a young full bodied wine like a cotes du rhone or chianti. Venison … Continue reading

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Venison Braised in Tomatoes

Here is another great way to slow cook a whole venison shoulder. Braised Venison with Tomatoes 1 6-8 lb venison shoulder cut in half at the joint silver skin removed 2 cups red wine 2 28 oz cans whole tomatoes … Continue reading

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Lentils and Arobrio Rice

This recipe is adapted from Lidia Bastianich’s Lidia Cooks From the Heart of Italy. If a more soupy consistency is desired up the stock to 11 cups. Chop the vegetables very very small for the best flavor. Lentils and Rice … Continue reading

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Stewed Anasazi Beans

Anasazi beans are named after the Native American people who cultivated them. They are meaty, hearty beans that are perfect for stewing and long cooking. They mash into a creamy  smooth paste and are great in chili or slow cooked … Continue reading

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