Venison Vixen
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Don't let the thought of cooking this wild delicacy scare you. With these recipes you'll be savoring one of the leanest, healthiest red meats with every bite! The Yooper Goddess shares her family recipes for cooking venison passed down for three generations and talks about her life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Dean, my husband, and I love venison (a.k.a. deer meat). It truly is one of the healthiest red meats you can eat. It is naturally lean and free of the chemicals and antibiotics that are infiltrating traditional beef and poultry sources. Read more...

Don't let the thought of cooking this wild delicacy scare you. With these recipes you'll be savoring one of the leanest, healthiest red meats with every bite! The Yooper Goddess shares her family recipes for cooking venison passed down for three generations and talks about her life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Dean, my husband, and I love venison (a.k.a. deer meat). It truly is one of the healthiest red meats you can eat. It is naturally lean and free of the chemicals and antibiotics that are infiltrating traditional beef and poultry sources.

These recipes have been in my family since I can remember and I think you are going to love them.

As a young girl, my family would go blueberry picking every summer and my mom, Betty, always took along deer meat sandwiches made with leftover meat from a venison roast. The sandwiches always tasted so good when you were out in the woods and we took them on every adventure — whether we were fishing, camping, hiking, mushroom picking, whatever. I always cared more about the food we were going to eat than how many blueberries I picked or fish I caught.

If you have any questions or feedback about these recipes, please contact me via our website www.yoopergoddess.com and I will do my best to answer them.

I hope your family enjoys these tasty, tried and true recipes as much as my family has.

Remember, keep smiling!
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Venison Rice Casserole
 
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Venison Swiss Steak
 
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Venison Ravioli Casserole
 
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Venison and Broccoli
 
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Venison Potato Sausage
 
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Venison Cudighi
 
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Sloppy Venison Joes & Potato Fries
 
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Chicken Fried Venison
 
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Venison Stew and Betty's Dumplings
 
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Corned Venison
 



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Venison Rice Casserole
My husband, Dean and I spend many winter days at our camp in Republic, Michigan, hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. This is one of our favorite recipes.

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Venison Swiss Steak
Hunting is one of my favorite activities. I have my own blind on our property for rifle season and every year, my hubby and I go on a muzzleloading honeymoon 30 years and we haven’t shot each other yet.

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Venison Ravioli Casserole
I remember being a little girl in my grandmother's kitchen and watching her make this casserole. It has been a family favorite ever since I can remember and so easy to make at home or deer camp!

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Venison and Broccoli
GODDESS TIP: Always slice venison against the grain of the meat for the most tender cut.

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Venison Potato Sausage
Your family will love this sausage and don’t be afraid to experiment by adding other ingredients. I’ve used olives, sharp cheddar cheese chunks and jalapenos in my sausage before. Have fun and let your Experimental Goddess shine! PS. This is awesome with ketchup and mustard!

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Venison Cudighi
If you’re a Yooper, you know how to cook and serve a cudighi sandwich. If not, fry them up like a burger and serve on a bun with mozzarella cheese, onions, green pepper, mushrooms and pizza sauce. Good with any of your favorite condiments! Use in spaghetti sauce or your favorite lasagna recipe. Great on Pizza! GODDESS TIP: When you wrap cudighi to freeze, use heavy duty tin foil first, then freezer wrap. This recipe has been in my family forever! 

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Sloppy Venison Joes & Potato Fries
GODDESS TIP: Whenever a recipe calls for salt, use Kosher Salt. DO NOT USE regular table salt. In fact, get rid of it all together. It is totally processed and worthless. I hate it worse than poison!

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Chicken Fried Venison
GODDESS TIP: Celery salt is awesome on venison steak! 

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Venison Stew and Betty's Dumplings
This stew is fabulous after a day of ice fishing at the lake! We would end the day sitting by the fire and savoring a hearty bowl of venison stew topped with my mom's (Betty) homemade dumplings!

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Corned Venison
Corned venison is a zesty version of this wild game. It takes 5 days to cure, but with every bite, you'll be saying "It was so worth the wait!".

Don't let the thought of cooking this wild delicacy scare you. With these recipes you'll be savoring one of the leanest, healthiest red meats with every bite! The Yooper Goddess shares her family recipes for cooking venison passed down for three generations and talks about her life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Dean, my husband, and I love venison (a.k.a. deer meat). It truly is one of the healthiest red meats you can eat. It is naturally lean and free of the chemicals and antibiotics that are infiltrating traditional beef and poultry sources. These recipes have been in my family since I can remember and I think you are going to love them. As a young girl, my family would go blueberry picking every summer and my mom, Betty, always took along deer meat sandwiches made with leftover meat from a venison roast. The sandwiches always tasted so good when you were out in the woods and we took them on every adventure — whether we were fishing, camping, hiking, mushroom picking, whatever. I always cared more about the food we were going to eat than how many blueberries I picked or fish I caught. If you have any questions or feedback about these recipes, please contact me via our website www.yoopergoddess.com and I will do my best to answer them. I hope your family enjoys these tasty, tried and true recipes as much as my family has. Remember, keep smiling!

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Venison Vixen

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Don't let the thought of cooking this wild delicacy scare you. With these recipes you'll be savoring one of the leanest, healthiest red meats with every bite! The Yooper Goddess shares her family recipes for cooking venison passed down for three generations and talks about her life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Dean, my husband, and I love venison (a.k.a. deer meat). It truly is one of the healthiest red meats you can eat. It is naturally lean and free of the chemicals and antibiotics that are infiltrating traditional beef and poultry sources. These recipes have been in my family since I can remember and I think you are going to love them. As a young girl, my family would go blueberry picking every summer and my mom, Betty, always took along deer meat sandwiches made with leftover meat from a venison roast. The sandwiches always tasted so good when you were out in the woods and we took them on every adventure — whether we were fishing, camping, hiking, mushroom picking, whatever. I always cared more about the food we were going to eat than how many blueberries I picked or fish I caught. If you have any questions or feedback about these recipes, please contact me via our website www.yoopergoddess.com and I will do my best to answer them. I hope your family enjoys these tasty, tried and true recipes as much as my family has. Remember, keep smiling!