My Wild Kitchen: Venison Steaks, Backstraps, and Tenders; 50 Ways to Prepare Venison Steaks, Backstraps, and Tenders besides Chicken Fried...And How to Chicken Fry, Too

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"My Wild Kitchen: Venison Steaks, Backstraps, and Tenders” is full of unique but simple home-cooking recipes to feed your family. The recipes are categorized by cut of venison, and include full-color step-by-step thumbnail photos, with the option to view the recipes without the pictures. More

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About Noel Stacey

Noel Stacey was born the youngest of four children to a Minnesota transplant and a Texas native. Noel grew up in Spring, TX in 1981 back when it was still covered in pine trees and cow pastures. Deer season sometimes meant missing out on Halloween, but it also meant exploring rusty-colored creeks, building teepees from fallen trees, and learning where the family meat came from, all from the family cabin in deep East Texas.

Noel had the pleasure of teaching Agricultural Science for five year, focusing on general agriculture, leadership, and communications, before choosing to spend the young years at home with her babies.

After a brief move to Austin and then Killeen, today Noel lives in Mountain Home, TX with her husband, “Coach,” and their three small children, all of whom have spent some time in a deer stand or picking up dove in the pasture. {Their black lab, Maggie, has retired from retrieving dove, but the kids do a fine job in her place.}

Noel writes new recipes regularly at her website, http://www.mywildkitchen.com/, usually two recipes per week, and hopes to continue bringing you family favorites for years to come!

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Kel7285 reviewed on on April 15, 2016

I can't wait to get cooking with this book. So much inspiration!
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Kkjennings reviewed on on March 12, 2016
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Not being a great cook myself, I appreciate all the photos so I know what each step is supposed to look like. I also like the fact that she uses common ingredients found most anywhere, and that her recipes are adaptable with other meats. Great cookbook!
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