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The Hill’s menu will also include plenty of vegetables and meat, as well as game birds, venison and boar in the fall.
The kitchen’s lamb, venison, and beef comes from Minaret’s farm, and its seafood is sourced from Stewart Island and Fiordland National Park slightly farther afield.
Try dishes with chanterelle and steinpilze mushrooms in late summer; roasted chestnuts, venison and pumpkin in the fall; and asparagus and ramps in spring.
Shiny and huge Hinterland Brewery has relocated here, with a couple of highbrow restaurants (there’s venison meatloaf) and 12 local brews on tap.
This year’s Taste of the Wild Cookout will feature that American favorite prepared with a decidedly wilder twist—with venison—and served with lemonade.
This was because deer was the most common thing to hunt during the time of the invasion and venison was the name for any animal that was hunted.
In a normal year, the high school teacher and his family eat venison from three deer.
Some folks in Oregon might not want to ask, when served an elk burger or a venison steak, where the meat came from.
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Origin and Etymology of venison
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of venison for English Language Learners
: the meat of a deer
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