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venison

meat of the deer.
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Venison with parsnip mash, roasted root vegetables, blackberry and cassis jus
Although venison can mean different things in different cultures, the word most often refers collectively to all the deer-like animals: the cervids (especially deer, elk, and moose) and the non-cervid pronghorn and African antelopes.
To serve: Slice venison neatly and arrange on plates.
To kick off the opening of the restaurant chain's second location in New York, it will be releasing a limited number of its infamous Venison Sandwiches Saturday, the company announced.
The fact that more restaurants are using venison year-round has also had an impact, along with the use of venison cuts on shows like Masterchef," adds Vinnie.
Whether you process your own deer or take it somewhere to have it processed, plan to get some venison ground into "burger.
Ian Hargraves reported that Liverpool valued Venison at PS200,000 but Sunderland, facing a financial crisis, hoped to obtained a good deal more.
coli O157 PT32 - after eating venison products including sausages, steaks and meatballs which were raw when purchased and then cooked at home.
The venison products - sausages, steaks and meatballs - were not bought from a single outlet and all were home-cooked.
INGREDIENTS 1 x venison loin (trimmed and ready for roasting) 50g salted butter 4 x slices of sourdough 200g British girolles 1 small shallot finely chopped 10g flat leaf parsley, chopped 30g 90 per cent bitter dark chocolate Rapeseed oil for frying METHOD 1.
If you've eaten venison for any length of time, you've bitten into a medallion of seemingly lovely backstrap only to find it, well, chewy--sometimes really chewy.