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The stores offer more than 100 varieties of premium jerky, including exotic meats such as kangaroo, alligator, venison and elk, as well as specialty flavors such as Cajun.
Metairie) cooks a five-course dinner that includes buffalo, venison and wild boar.
Like the venison sandwich last year, the elk burger is being sold at only a handful of restaurants in Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.
Consider last fall’s introduction of a venison sandwich at Arby’s, piloted in 17 restaurants in 6 states.
The deer Texas hunters see this season are likely to be in good to excellent body condition, providing high-quality venison.
News that Arby's will offer venison, or deer meat, sandwiches in Alabama beginning Oct. 21 brings up an interesting question.
Arby's also started upping its limited-time offers; including venison sandwiches during hunting season, the Italian pork roast known as porchetta and, for last month's Game of Thrones season finale, smoked turkey legs.
The Relais & Châteaux restaurant is known for dishes like venison loin and tongue with matsutake mushrooms, Jerusalem artichoke purée, and wild blackberry, all made with ingredients supplied by local farmers and suppliers.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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