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Cooking Deer Heart

cooking deer heart
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Every Routine Has Its Beauty
Every Routine Has Its Beauty
Enjoy everyday life! ;-) ~~~~~~~ Ai ai... right, 16 things about me it is then... 1 - I don't eat red meat (beef, pork, deer) nor eggs. For the only reason I don't like the taste of it. 2 - I eat a lot! Sweets specially. I love Lindor chocolates. They are my favorites. 3 - Since I eat so much, I have to exercise to burn it all out. I used to work out, but lately I've been just running/jogging. 4 - I cook since I was 11 years old. I like to cook and I cook very well :) 5 - I love wine, whisky, beer and sake. But I'm not a big fan of vodka. My worst "legends" happened under the influence of vodka :P 6 - I read a lot and have a pretty high IQ, not that IQ means much anyways. 7 - I have a secret desire to kill Hugo Chaves, Evo (evil) Morales and the bearded frog that happens to be our president (Brazil here). 8 - I think I've said it before, but I don't recall being afraid of anything. From heights, high speed or any kind of animals, none of them ever got my heart racing. I wasn't always like that. I was afraid of aliens in the dark, so once my mother made me walk around the garden (that was a whole lot creepier, it had more trees and a human sized doll house in the middle) at night!!! Just to make me see that there weren't gremlins and critters (remember the movie?) hiding there. I was about 10 years old and I was dead afraid of them. Nowadays, I enjoy walking around in the dark. I *reckon* that if I were attacked by a charging tiger (or any other wild beast), in the few remaining seconds I had to live, I'd be desperate. But I've touched and held in my hands alligators, sharks, tarantulas, snakes and countless other animals that not many people would dare to get close. 9 - I want a tripod and a DSLR so bad!! 10 - I don't like Brazil's carnival... which starts this saturday and ends tuesday. Since everyone is travelling and I'm completely on my own, I'll sleep through out the holidays. Ah... yes... 11 - I study and read listening to music. But I can also read in complete silence or surrounded by traffic. 12 - I'm a terrible terrible dancer and singer. I... just... can't... dance... or... sing... at... all!!! So frustrating =/ 13 - I'm addicted to the "I can has cheezburguer" site! Lolz! ;D 14 - Until the age of 19, I was pretty much a tomboy... I didn't look much like a girl, I was taller and stronger than most people my age and used to wear skater or sports clothing all the time. Also, I'd only hang around boys, play video game, dodgeball, volleyball, hide and seek pretty much only with boys. 15 - Of all of my female cousins, I'm the only one that still doesn't have a child (and most of them have two already)... and that's going to take another 5-6 years untill I start to think about having one. 16 - is it over yet? Oh God... ah yes, I've been working really hard on my patience... sometimes I succeed, sometimes I don't.
Stuffed venison heart with parsnip mashed potatoes, gravy, and salad
Stuffed venison heart with parsnip mashed potatoes, gravy, and salad
Serves 2-3 people. Ingredients to make this recipe: You need: 1 whole heart of venison (deer), or substitute a whole veal heart or (in a pinch) a beef heart, which is bigger. The stuffing inside the heart is made from: 1/2 cup breadcrumbs, 1/2 small onion (finely diced), 2 slices bacon (fried crisp and then very finely crumbled, also use the bacon fat), 2 leaves fresh sage (finely chopped), 1 medium egg, salt and pepper. The gravy has: beef stock (10 oz regular can), red wine (cab sauv is best), 1 parsnip small dice, 4 juniper berries, 1 bay leaf, bacon drippings, 6 peppercorns, and flour to thicken. Method: Render the bacon until it is crisp, and pour off most of the fat, leaving about 1 tbsp fat in the pan. Season the heart with kosher salt. In the same pan, brown the whole heart on all sides at high heat, and set aside. Deglaze the pan with red wine and use in the braising liquid (below). To make the stuffing: Finely dice the onion, and saute just until translucent (1-2 minutes). Finely chop the sage. Blend 1 medium egg in a bowl. Crumble the bacon with the bread crumbs, onion, sage, egg, and salt and pepper to taste. It should form a manageable stuffing. Preheat oven to 325 F. Prepare a narrow oven-safe braising pan with a tight-fitting lid. Use 1/2 to 1 cup beef stock, finely-diced parsnips, 4 juniper berries, 1 bay leaf, 6 peppercorns, and the deglazing liquid from step 1. Bring to a simmer. Trim the heart inside, removing the tough cartilage (valves) and excess fat. Slit the dividing membrane (septum) to make one large cavity, taking care to ensure that you do not cut through to the outside. Pack the the heart full with the stuffing mixture, using skewers and cotton twine to secure the opening. Place the heart in the braising pan. The liquid should come about 1/3 of the way up the side, not covering it. Place the pan in the oven with a tight-fitting lid at 325 F for 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Thicken the gravy in the usual way, with a bit of flour mixed with cold water, and heat until thickened. Slice the meat in rounds (with stuffing in the middle) and serve. This recipe would also work with beef or veal heart, if you can get it. Enjoyed with Trius Cabernet Sauvignon, VQA Ontario 2008

cooking deer heart
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