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What's your favorite cut and dish of venison? Mine would have to be chicken-fried steak.

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  • Okwaho
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    Originally posted by DSMbirddog View Post
    I would have to choose the tenderloin. I never freeze them. They are cooked simply in butter with salt and pepper in a screaming hot cast iron skillet. They come out rare and served with a salad, dinner rolls, and a fresh vegetable.
    Same here. Nothing but salt and pepper for me on any cut. I like to taste the venison.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    I would have to choose the tenderloin. I never freeze them. They are cooked simply in butter with salt and pepper in a screaming hot cast iron skillet. They come out rare and served with a salad, dinner rolls, and a fresh vegetable.

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  • Redhawk
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    A lot of people go for tendrloins and backstrap, but I find myself prefering what mom cooked. I love myself some venison (or buffalo or beef), barley, and vegetable soup; just the way mom used to make it.

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  • 4everAutumn
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    My favorite is the tenderloin. I like to roll them in olive oil and coat them in Greek seasoning. Let them sit overnight and throw them on the charcoal grill. Cook them rare and you can cut them with a fork. I wish the whole deer was made out of that meat!

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  • charlie elk
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    Tough question or tough decision.
    Tenderloin
    Rack of Venison, cooked and served as you would prime rib

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  • jhjimbo
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    I use prime cuts of venison, cut it in small cubes and use it in my Chili. Even the anti-hunters ask for seconds.

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    What's your favorite cut and dish of venison? Mine would have to be chicken-fried steak.

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