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Autumn Game Casserole

Mixed game makes a wonderfully rich-flavored dish. Use chunks of boneless and skinless turkey or pork loin as a substitute.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Ragout of Venison with Wild Mushrooms

This slowly simmered stew concentrates all the rich flavors of the venison and mushrooms.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Roast Venison with Marmalade Gravy

The robust citrus flavors of the sauce complement the rich, gamey flavor of the meat.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Pan-Seared Venison Loin with Blueberries, Shallots a...

It’s not often that I cook a nice bit of venison, but it’s definitely worth a try. I think you’ll be surprised how much you’ll like it — ...

by Jamie Oliver


Tubettini with Porcini and Cream

Serve this simple side dish, enhanced with the woodsy flavor and aroma of dried wild mushrooms, with roasted squab, pheasant, or medallio...

by Marie Simmons


Wild Mushroom Crêpes

Select a mixture of domestic and wild mushrooms for these woodsy crêpes. They make a delicious partner to venison steaks, leg of lamb, gr...

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Game Pie

The idea of making a raised-crust pie is a daunting one, I know, but I should tell you that a 15-year-old boy, Nick Blake, came to spend...

by Nigella Lawson


Tucson Carne Seca

Drying strips of venison and buffalo was a common preservation method in the arid borderlands well before the Spanish arrived, but the ne...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison

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Andouille Sausage, Shrimp and Oyster Gumbo

A gumbo is a whole meal in Louisiana. It’s hard to say how gumbo was invented, although its connection to Africa is not in doubt. Accordi...

by Clifford A. Wright


Sweet Potato Bisteeya

This is my version of bisteeya, inspired by the classic sweet/savory Moroccan pie made with chicken or squab, saffron, cinnamon, sugar, a...

by Ana Sortun


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