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Old 11-04-2007, 08:19 AM   #1
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What to make?

A guy I work with is giving me some ground venison...what should I make with it?
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I was going to say beef jerky but it ground.
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I was going to say beef jerky but it ground.

Damn that Witt is one hell of a cook!
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I was going to say beef jerky but it ground.

Damn that Witt is one hell of a cook![/quote:3awv74j2]
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Making tourtiere with ground venison is a nice. Plus they freeze well.
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Making tourtiere with ground venison is a nice. Plus they freeze well.
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Dave: Make bambi burgers or buck loaf!
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I'm thinking Morgan sticks....can't call them slim jims
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I'm thinking Morgan sticks....can't call them slim jims
Slim Jim Morgan's? No such thing! Oh I get it. your making BIG Jim's
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Mix it 60/40 with untrimmed butts and make some sausage..with the 60 being in favor of the butts.

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Making tourtiere with ground venison is a nice. Plus they freeze well.
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Not being a sausage maker (I know it's a pity), my ground game ends up in tacos, spaghetti sauce, meatloaf, and the like. Diva's recipe sounds like it would be good.
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I save almost all my ground venison for spaghetti.
Venison and a nice garlicy sauce go extremely well together!
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I would go with burgers or a meatloaf...If you make sausage, it needs to be mixed at least 50/50 with pork or it'll be dry..unless your trying to just use it up, I wouldnt waste it on sausage..

Bambi Burgers rock...I always hide little chunk of butter inside for a little moisture and fry in a little bacon "drippings"...be carefull if you decide to do it on the grill as it will fall apart easy (<---- read crumble here).
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No he didn't. He has it all at home in a paper bag!

Witt, recipe for the slim jims?
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Dave I used to take all my ground venison to an Amish butcher in Pennsylvania, they would make anything you wanted out of it. But on of the best things that I enjoyed was summer sausage, some of the best I've ever eaten. If there's someone that can make it, it's you "Smoke Boy"!
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