Archive for March, 2010

So, you just cooked this massive venison roast and are wondering what to do with the other 120 pounds of meat. Look no further. This is the ultimate answer. Pair with a nice cold mexican brew, a sunset and a porch and you have yourself a perfect night. Venison Tacos serves 4 1 Tbs of olive oil 1 large sweet onion, cut into half rings 3 cups cooked venison roast, shredded (use beef brisket for substitute) 8 flour tortillas tomatillo salsa (I used store-bought, just haven’t made any in a while) 1 bunch of cilantro 1 lime cut into wedges

wine venison rub

venison roast {with dry rub}

5 | March 16, 2010

It’s time for yet another venison recipe. Can you tell I’m trying to empty the freezer? This is a basic roasting method with a different spin from your grandmother’s roast and mashed potatoes recipe. For those of you who don’t eat venison or don’t have access to it the venison can be substituted for beef. The spice rub gives this roast a smoky and subtle spicy undertone that will impress any venison lover. Venison Roast With Dry Rub 2 Tbs chili powder 1 1/2 Tbs brown sugar 1 Tbs garlic powder 1 Tbs onion powder 1/2 Tbs cayenne 1/2 Tbs paprika 1 tsp kosher


Bananaquac. Sounds completely gross right? I thought so too. Until one day out of frustration while trying to get my daughter to eat avocados I mixed a banana with it. Now six months later she still devours it. Bananas are great sources for fiber and potassium and avocados contain folate, fiber, iron, Vitamin E, and healthy fats. Mixed together and you have an ideal meal. Bananaquac makes 4 oz or 1/2 cup { for baby stage 1 +} 1/2 large banana, peeled 1/2 large avocado, peeled and seeded In a bowl mash banana and avocado with a fork till desired


chewy chocolate cherry cayenne cookies chewy chocolate cherry cayenne cookies chewy chocolate cherry cayenne cookies chewy chocolate cherry cayenne cookies chewy chocolate cherry cayenne cookies… say that five times fast. Of course you could just sum them up by saying sinful. Simply sinful. These amazing chocolate cookies have a chewy brownie texture with dried cherries and pecans giving an extra tart crunch. Then, then my friends the halo is thrown aside and the horns come out and give you a nice bite of heat. If you wanted to give them a cutesy name call them “angel devil” cookies or “halo horn”