Got a friend who swears that they don’t like Venison? Try out this recipe…but don’t tell them. I bet they won’t even know that it is venison you are feeding them. This marinade can be used on a lot of different types of meats to get them to a very tender and abso-freaking-lutely finger sucking good state. Don’t miss out on this recipe.
Cooking meat, particularly wild game, can be challenging. In this article, we share with you the biggest of all secrets to simply make meals, even wild game meals, “abso-freaking-lutely” delicious. For you campers and backpackers, this method of cooking will give you the “tools” to make any remote meal fabulous.
Wow, you gotta make this recipe! I recently took a deboned deer foreshank out of the freezer and decided to just go with it. What I ended up with was a Semi-Cajun (just didn’t spice it to fully Cajun) Deer Stew. My kids, friends and family have raved about it.
There is a perception that venison takes special preparation to keep it from tasting gamey. At WildernessMaster.com, we constantly strive to create wild-game recipes that are easy to make and that require little prep. Even better, we create recipes that even the most “I hate gamey” eater won’t even know that it is wild-game. This recipe is a very simple, yet it is a hearty and delicious venison barley stew. Enjoy!