Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, Steve wants to know how long I’ll leave raw meat in the fridge before tossing it out.
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Introducing Ask the Eagle, where I’ll be answering your questions about everything from hunting to butchering to marriage. This week, Cal wants to know what I’d choose for my last wild game meal. Have a question of your own? You can write to me email@example.com.
Everyone knows what it’s like to pull a hunk of meat out of the freezer, only to find a fibrous, brown layer across it. Freezer burn sucks, but before you toss that meat in the garbage, know that you can often salvage some of it. Here’s how to make use of this meat. What Causes Freezer Burn? Whether bones poked a hole in your plastic wrap or your vacuum sealer failed to suck all the air out, the end results are the same. Air seeps in the package...
About a decade ago I received some backstrap to try cooking venison for the first time. This gracious gift came with precise instructions: soak the steaks in buttermilk before grilling. I’m sure most venison enthusiasts have heard this advice before. I find that people fall in one of two categories: purists that believe soaking venison in buttermilk is sacrilege, and results-driven cooks that have witnessed the benefits of buttermilk. This...