doc_craig last edited by
Re: venison ham???I have made deer ham. It is very good but keep in mind it is not pork ham so it is very different. Let me find the recipe and I will get back to you. I have also made a deer deli roast which is very good, Sliced thin and made with french dip sandwiches is to die for. Also will get that recipe for you.
@doc_craig Thanks! We are looking forward to this recipe if you don’t mind sharing posting it public so we can all see it? Maybe at some point we will get a chance to try it here!
BevH last edited by
I do cured venison hams as well. Very good, nothing like a pork ham, closer to tasting like corned beef than tasting like ham. Same as a pork ham, so I’m curious to see the OP’s recipe.
OK thanks for all the suggestions
@PapaSop these look very tasty. Ever tried wet brining for a few hours for more moisture? Sure, blame it on the adult beverages.
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