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autumn-game-casserole

Autumn Game Casserole

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

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ragout-of-venison-with-wild-mushrooms

Ragout of Venison with Wild Mushrooms

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

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roast-venison-with-marmalade-gravy

Roast Venison with Marmalade Gravy

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

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pan-seared-venison-loin-with-blueberries-shallots-and-red-wine

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...

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tubettini-with-porcini-and-cream

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...

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wild-mushroom-crecircpes

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 la...

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game-pie

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...

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tucson-carne-seca

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...

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andouille-sausage-shrimp-and-oyster-gumbo

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. A...

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sweet-potato-bisteeya

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...

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