Posts Tagged: venison stew

Scott Leysath

The Dutch Oven – Easy to Use and Fun Too!


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150 years ago, back when the Winchester Repeating Arms Company was born, you’d be hard pressed to find a decent Teflon pan. And microwave ovens? Forget about it. The Dutch oven was the go-to cookware for most folks, especially for those who spent the better part of their days pioneering the West. They knew well […]

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Scott Leysath

Easy to Make venison Stew


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Many years ago, when I owned a restaurant near Sacramento, California, I’d get a little taste of the good life when wine salesman would take me over to Napa and Sonoma for wine sampling and incredible chow. Since I left the restaurant business, they just don’t call anymore and I can’t say that I blame […]

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Scott Leysath

It’s Time For Some Easy-To-Make Stew!


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You might have noticed that, for most of us, there aren’t any “vine-ripened” tomatoes available anywhere. If you grow your own, you may have a few late ones on what’s left of some scraggly tomato vines. Those of us who are fortunate enough to can our own bumper crops each year understand what it means […]

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Scott Leysath

Spicy Stew


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A past blog blog featured a basic stew recipe that works well with pretty much any type of antlered game. This week, I’ve added a few more elements for those folks who like their stews on the spicy side. If your palate (or digestive tract) doesn’t agree with fiery foods, feel free to leave the […]

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