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Old 10-26-2004, 10:39 PM   #1
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Venison Liver?

What is the best way to prepare venison liver??? The hunter expects his wife to prepare this liver, she wants it to be delicious, is that possible??

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Old 10-26-2004, 11:09 PM   #2
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First, have you ever cooked liver before? If you have then you dont need help....if not you need to pan fry it with onions. You can also coat your liver as in chicken fried steak. When you do your onions add a smidgen of sugar to them.....
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Toss some garlic in there with it, or crust it with garlic powder (not garlic salt!) and be "gentle" with the cooking...far better undecooked than overcooked...and if you could add a cup of red wine...(I'll suggest a merlot, a bit sweeter than most would like to drink, or a Shiraz of the same quality)...

With "wild meat" you should be granteda good deal of forgiveness, as you nevr know what those critters are eating...

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Old 10-27-2004, 12:22 PM   #4
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Above suggestions are good. I also think that a couple pieces of bacon on top adds a lot - don't cook it too crisp.
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Old 10-27-2004, 02:38 PM   #5
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I like to fry liver and onions in peanut oil, if your not allergic try it.
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Old 10-27-2004, 02:39 PM   #6
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doesn't liver removed from an animal have a membrane on it that is better removed before cooking. lifter, ooohhh LLLIFTER, we need your expertise.... i might be thinking of kidneys, tho.

btw, in the past few days, i've tried the rosemount estate cab/sauv and the yellowtail shiraz and merlot. shiraz was good, would pass on the merlot, but the rosemount cab/sauv was really good. gonna try the yellowtail cab/sauv tonight...
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Old 10-27-2004, 04:26 PM   #7
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Fry the liver with lots of onions, then douse liberally with ketchup before you throw the liver away along with the onions and the frying pan.
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Can't recall any membrane on the liver Buckytom...but its been a while...and we never used the kidneys of wild game, so I can't say there either...

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Old 10-27-2004, 06:44 PM   #9
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Re: The great hunter returns with liver

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What is the best way to prepare venison liver??? The hunter expects his wife to prepare this liver, she wants it to be delicious, is that possible??
no, it is not possible (confirmed liver hater here). Send great hunter back out and tell him not to come home unless he's bringing ribs.
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Re: The great hunter returns with liver

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What is the best way to prepare venison liver??? The hunter expects his wife to prepare this liver, she wants it to be delicious, is that possible??
no, it is not possible (confirmed liver hater here). Send great hunter back out and tell him not to come home unless he's bringing ribs.


Ship the stuff to a certain gal in Texas who LOVES liver and can't find one single source of the good WILD stuff anywhere!!!

(Haggis time is approaching, you know...)

Lifter's recipe plans sounds scrumptuous to me! And Otter's addition with it!
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