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Christmas Meat Pie

Christmas Meat Pie

Christmas Meat Pie

"Because my husband hunts, I'm always trying new ways to use venison," writes Jan Stahl of Flin Flon, Manitoba. "When I incorporated it into my meat pie recipe - a traditional Fresh-Canadian dish - it was a smash hit! We make dozens of these pies as Christmas gifts."

Venison Cordon Bleu

Venison Cordon Bleu

Venison Cordon Bleu

In Clear, Alaska, reader Janette Yingling rolls up venison tenderloin with thin slices of ham and Swiss cheese before baking. She serves the attractive venison rolls with crusty French bread for dipping in the broth.

Apple Venison Meat Loaf

Apple Venison Meat Loaf

Apple Venison Meat Loaf

Venison is a nice change of pace from turkey for a holiday meal. This meat loaf doesn’t taste gamey, and our guests enjoy it—especially the ones who stay with us during hunting season.—Lorraine McClain, Republican City, NE
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Baked Pheasant in Gravy

Baked Pheasant in Gravy

Baked Pheasant in Gravy

"Pheasant is moist, tender and flavorful prepared this way," assures Lou Bishop of Phillips, Wisconsin.

Venison Pot Roast

Venison Pot Roast

Venison Pot Roast

My husband enjoyed deer hunting for many years, so I was challenged to find ways to put that meat to good use. This nicely seasoned roast is a real treat with the homemade spaetzle and flavorful gravy. -Helen Featherly, Hamburg, Michigan

Venison and Beans

Venison and Beans

Venison and Beans

"When I was first married, I had no idea how to cook game," writes Jill Kerr of York, Pennsylvania. "I got this recipe from a friend, and now my husband thinks we should have it every night!"

Rabbit Gumbo

Rabbit Gumbo

Rabbit Gumbo

My husband's family has enjoyed this satisfying gumbo for many years. Bold seasonings and savory sausage slices enhance the mild meat. John doesn't do much hunting anymore, but we still enjoy this Cajun dish on cool evenings.

Venison Tenderloins

Venison Tenderloins

Venison Tenderloins

"Venison is not typically the best meat for grilling, but with this marinade, the steaks come out tender, juicy and delicious," writes Brenda Koehmstedt of Rugby, North Dakota. "They're so tasty, in fact, that leftovers taste great cold--right from the fridge!"

Elk Wellington

Elk Wellington

Elk Wellington

"My husband's an avid hunter and fisherman, so we often try new recipes with elk, deer, rabbit, turkey or fish. Our family loves this special game dish," says Sandy Green from Ignacio, Colorado. The elk fillets are dressed up in puff pastry and drizzled with a savory onion-mushroom sauce.

Quail with Mushroom Gravy

Quail with Mushroom Gravy

Quail with Mushroom Gravy

Succulent quail with a snappy sauce makes an impressive entree. "This dish tastes wonderful over rice or toast points. Sometimes I'll use cinnamon toast to add delicate flavor," says Chris Sendelbach of Henry, Illinois.

Venison Cabbage Rolls

Venison Cabbage Rolls

Venison Cabbage Rolls

"For a good-looking hearty venison entree without a strong game flavor, I recommend these cabbage rolls," says field editor Marcy Cella of L'Anse, Michigan. "They have a moist meaty filling and wonderful old-world flavor."
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