From time to time and occasionally on a commission basis, I create special recipes for special companies and extraordinary people. Elizabeth “Libbie” McLain is one of those special people. She was instrumental in the production and design of the first The Sporting Chef website. Libbie is an extremely creative and entertaining friend, but I think…

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Cooking with cranberries during the holiday season makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Cranberries are a decent source of vitamin C and potassium. They are supposedly good for blood circulation, digestive system, urinary tract and the complexion, although I wouldn’t recommend rubbing them over your face. I like them because they taste and…

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We did this one with tenderloin on the show, but thinly sliced hindquarter muscles will work just fine as long as you don’t cook them past medium-rare.

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I know what you’re thinking. What fool would cook deer meat with peanut butter? Well, now you know. Just another in a long series of examples of how we can expand our game-cooking culinary horizons. This preparation works best with the loins and the thoroughly cleaned and trimmed portions of the hindquarters. If your game…

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