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All of my favorite food bloggers have been recapping their top recipes for 2011, and that made me curious about what my top 10 list of favorite venison recipes is. I look at my google analytics frequently, mostly to see if the pulled venison BBQ sandwich is keeping it’s spot at #1 (it is). But I’ve never made a list of the most viewed recipes. Until now. These are actually my readers favorite venison recipes, although I tend to agree with their good taste!
Favorite Venison Recipes
Here it is, the top 10 most frequently viewed recipes on my site. Note, these are the top recipes, which I interpret as the favorite venison recipes of my readers. Some of my other posts and pages get more views (especially the field dressing tutorials and the cooking tutorials). But the recipes are my favorite, so that’s what I’m recapping here. What are your favorite venison recipes?
I would love to go to culinary school. But I since I have no desire to be a professional chef, nor a year and $30,000 to spare, I won’t be doing that. So I take classes from local recreational cooking schools and adult education centers. It’s fun, but usually more about the fun than about actually learning great cooking techniques.
Love the internet as I do, I turned to it a year or so ago and discovered Rouxbe, the on-line cooking school for home cooks. I love this site! The tutorials are so well done and easy to follow. I can find tips on all the techniques I need to use and great explanations of why different things are important. So, I’m thrilled to be a part of the Rouxbe affiliate program, which allows me to post some of their great content on this site. As part of Rouxbe’s affiliate program, I have the power to give you a free, full-access, no-videos-barred, 14-day pass to their site. All you have to do is go to the Rouxbe Online Cooking School and redeem the 14-day Gift Membership. After the trial, you can join for as little as $29.95 per month; however, there is no obligation. It’s awesome! Check it out.
My goal this year is to not only help you improve your venison cooking skills, but all of your cooking skills because if you love everything about cooking, you’ll love cooking the venison.
It’s a wonderful new year and time to start working on Volume 2 of my cookbook series in earnest. The theme is South of the Border…it will be a collection of venison recipes for Tex-Mex, Southwestern, and Mexican food. Yum! I would love to know what your favorites are. Even if they aren’t venison recipes, send them on over. I often adapt recipes for other types of meat. Click here to submit a recipe.