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There is also a buffet of foie gras, boar’s head, venison, and salmon trout.
In line with this recommendation, thousands of Wisconsin hunters are likely holding venison in freezers and awaiting test results before eating the meat.
Try dishes with chanterelle and steinpilze mushrooms in late summer; roasted chestnuts, venison and pumpkin in the fall; and asparagus and ramps in spring.
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.
Metairie) cooks a five-course dinner that includes buffalo, venison and wild boar.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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