Wild Game Stew

By Chris Torborg

IG: @chris.torborg

If you are reading this you have repeatedly heard some form of the following statements about wild game:

  • “My spouse does not like deer, its too gamey.”
  • “Duck tastes like flying liver.”
  • “Geese are good for one thing, dogfood.”

If you or a loved one has said a form of one of these statements, I have a solution for you – learn proper cooking techniques and the right recipes.

There are three root causes for wild game to not taste good:

1. Improper meat care

2. Overcooking

3. Not cooking it long enough.

This recipe covers braising meat which in turn solves problem #3. When you cook meat low and slow something magical happens, the muscles and connective tissue break down and meld into the flavors you surround them with. This recipe is a fool-proof way to make any wild game taste good enough for anybody to eat. And I mean ANYBODY, mother-in-laws included.

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