Mini Cheese Biscuits with Country Ham Mini Cheese Biscuits with Country Ham and Campfire Sauce. Wow, doesn’t that sound good! Being from WI the mini cheese biscuits are made with good old Wisconsin sharp cheddar cheese. To keep things festive, we cut out the biscuits …
Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce I’m not sure about you but I love a good honey mustard dipping sauce! I mean I love the stuff:) Can’t so much as eat a chicken nugget, chicken tenders or breaded chicken anything without honey mustard dipping sauce. We even …
Venison stock is a great alternative to beef stock. If you have a hunter in your family or your hubby has friends that hunt, like mine does, have them set aside some meaty venison bones for you, so you can make this stock too. Venison stock can be used in any recipe where beef stock is called for. You can also use venison stock on its own to make wonderful soups, stew or sauces. Stop back in a few weeks when I will be sharing a recipe for Venison Vegetable Noodle Soup.
Nice and Easy
Making venison stock is as easy as making beef, turkey or any bone stock. Simmering meaty bones in water with aromatic vegetables such as; celery, onions, and carrots. Adding salt, pepper, spices and/or bay leaves is really all there is to it. I always strain my stock with a double thickness of cheesecloth, let the it cool completely and skim off any fat that rises to the surface. I then freeze my broth until needed. This recipe calls for simmering the stock in a slow cooker or crock-pot. You can easily make this stock on top of the stove in a large stock pot or even in an instant pot, a.k.a. pressure cooker.