Sweet mango and bright lime bring a tropical twist to classic Mexican fajitas.
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Juniper adds a hint of citrus to this pepper crusted venison tenderloin that basks in a red wine and mushroom gravy.
A southern tradition of country fried steak is made a bit leaner by using venison.
Tender steak is slow simmered in a veggie mixture for perfectly combined flavors that create a heavenly combo when this Swiss Steak is paired with mashed potatoes.
A new way to enjoy fajitas at a cookout. Kebab-style means no plates required, and you’ve got a hand free.
A classic red mole paired with strips of venison steak. This mole rojo would pair just as well with beef.
Venison or beef steaks in a gyro marinade are sliced thin and piled high on flatbread to create this version of this tasty Greek street food.
This week’s #SundaySupper is all about the game day food! We’ve been prepping this week to have people over, even though the Packers didn’t make it, there’s still an excuse to party! We LOVE meatballs as a party food. Put out some toothpicks, turn on the crock pot to …
Braising gives this roast its tender consistency, while the beer and spices lend a German flair.
This recipe is a twist on the classic beef and broccoli stir fry. We substituted venison for the beef and added some Thai chili paste to kick up the heat a bit. While it is traditional to stir-fry in a wok, a large, non-stick frying pan will work well if …
Chicken Marsala was a signature dish of one of Tim’s college roommates. Neither of us had had it in a while, but we remembered the great flavor of the dish. With a freezer full of venison, we decided to attempt paring the meaty depth of the venison with the bold …
Coffee adds incredible dept of flavor to these sloppy joes.
I think I was Italian in another life. I love Italy and I love Italian food. Pasta, tomatoes, cheese, wine: what gets better than that? But, for my affection for all things Italian, there is a scarcity of Italian dishes on this blog. Not because T and I aren’t cooking …