Deer Burger Cookbook: Recipes for Ground Venison - Soups, Stews, Chilies, Casseroles, Jerkies and Sausages

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Stackpole Books, Feb 6, 2006 - Cooking - 126 pages
  • Soups and stews, chilies, venison casseroles, jerky and sausages, deer balls, deer loaf
  • 136 recipes including Deer in the Cabbage Soup, Hunting Lodge Stew, Deer in the Beer Chili, Travis's Deer Camp Breakfast, Whitetail County Venison Sausage, Sloppy Does

Written by a hunter who knows from experience how to cook with deer burger at home and in camp, Deer Burger Cookbookanswers a question every hunter has asked: "What do I do with all this deer burger?"

With his trademark down-home sense of humor, Cousin Rick Black shares a wide variety of deer burger recipes, so you'll never get bored eating the same old chili and jerky. Black even reveals his award-winning family bratwurst recipe. Techniques and flavors borrowed from Mexico and Jamaica spice things up, and the book also includes recipes for large crowds.

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What a Great Book for the Deer Hunter and Cook
a must have cookbook if you are venturing into venison cuisine, if you have tried your hand in Cousin Rick Black's outdoor style of cooking, you know
that it’s not easy, this book will get you started in the right direction
the recipes has been adjusted and adopted for the home/cabin-cooks, directions are easy to follow and there are enough tips on where to source the ingredients
the book contains helpfull steps to guide you further in outdoor cooking
very carefully organized, recipes are grouped by style, the dishes were also crafted to complement other dishes–you can create a small feast using this book. As far as venison cookbooks this is one of the best.
 

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Im using this good book today for my deer chili. My wife bought me this book for Christams and I cant put it away. Easy to use recipes and very, very fun to read. The best cookbook on venison.

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About the author (2006)

Rick Black lives in southeastern Iowa with his wife, Becky. He has a weekly spot on cooking on the American Outdoor Trails radio show and writes the Cousin Rick Says column for the Fort Madison Daily Democrat and Keokuk Daily Gate City newspapers.

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