This recipe is great for summer barbecues. The poussin, more commonly called spatchcock, will melt in your mouth.
Venison is browned with onions and garlic and combined with Worcestershire sauce, thyme and bay leaf in this hearty stew.
If you can get your hands on ground venison it makes a delicious change from beef in hamburgers. Serve with your favourite toppings.
This casserole is best with black beluga lentils because they go really well with venison, but if black beluga lentils are not available French green lentils can be substituted.
Sliced ham served with an amazing sauce. Be sure not to overcook the ham. Enjoy all the xmas kisses when your loved ones finish licking their lips :)
Australian-style Cuisine with native Australian Herbs and Spices
Kangaroo steaks are marinated in a selection of Australian native herbs and spices, fried and served on a balsamic vinegar reduction with prosciutto on the top.
A hot chestnut and Madeira sauce is the perfect accompaniment to the taste of venison. This is a good dish for a special occasion.
If you can find Cornish game hens they make a delicious and impressive barbecue dinner. These are better the longer they are marinated - I prefer up to 24 hours.
When the occasion demands it you will have no finer feast than barbecued goose. This is an old English recipe and is simply amazing.
If you are lucky enough to get venison, here's a sensational way to barbecue the best part of the deer. It makes a great appetiser or full meal.
The best way to prepare rabbit is braised in good beer and chicken stock with plenty of herbs. A perfect hearty winter meal!
Here's an amazing way to jazz up a hamburger: with venison and Guinness! Serve with or without the usual condiments as you prefer.
Wild meat such as venison can sometimes taste a little gamy and not everyone cares for the flavour. This technique will make it delicious for anyone!
This is a Scottish recipe. Partridge breasts are seared in bacon grease then roasted in a simple wine sauce and served with a rich gravy.
You can substitute domestic pig for wild boar but this feast won't be quite the same! Boar can be ordered online.
You can substitute any meat you like in this spicy stew, but the traditional is rabbit. Serve with rice and a salad. Enjoy!
Ostrich, which is available in Oz from specialty farms, tastes like the best ground beef. Give it a try!
Roo burgers for the BBQ or cooked inside in the frypan. Serve in Turkish bread rolls with lettuce and tomato or add any burger fillings that you like..
This is my favorite winter curry, I take this to work almost every day and it's never let me down.