|Wine, The Vine And The Cellar|
|by Thomas George Shaw|
This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series. In the interest of creating a more extensive selection of rare hist...
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Mix all ingredients and pour over venison as a marinade. ... until dry. Be sure to leave door of oven open a crack. Prep. time: 12 hours. Serves several.
Mix spices with ground venison. Press meat ... meat on racks in oven. Remove paper. Bake at 160 degrees for 3-4 hours. When meat is dry, cut into strips.
Mix all above ingredients together except 1/2 of the lemon pepper. Mix well and let it marinate overnight. When you are ready to cook, add rest of ...
Mix ground venison with spices. Roll ... oven control for 3 to 4 hours. When meat is dry, cut in strips, place in covered container and store in dry place.
Cut venison in long thin ... to 12 hours in refrigerator. Place on oven rack. Bake on low heat 175-200 degrees for 6 to 8 hours or until desired texture.
Cut venison in narrow strips ... In Oven: Lay Jerky on oven racks. ... desired). In Microwave: 1 1/4 hours on lowest temperature. Rotate every 20-30 minutes.
Slice into thin ... slightly frozen. Marinate venison strips in sauce ... rack with aluminum foil underneath. Dry in a 200 degree oven for 2 to 4 hours.
Combine all ingredients and add venison strips. Let venison ... door open (very important). Let jerky dry 2 to 6 hours. Some pieces may take longer to dry.
Slice meat into strips with the grain (flank works best). Make the marinade and put the meat in a container like Tupperware that you can turn every ...
Slice venison approximately 1/8 inch ... 8-10 hours (overnight). Place in ziploc or Tupperware. Need not be refrigerated. Very good snack for after school!
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