If you live with or know a hunter, your freezer is probably stocked to the brim with venison all year long. Lean and uniquely flavorful, this gamey meat can be cooked two ways: seared quickly to serve rare or cooked low and slow, like braising, until the meat starts to fall apart. Anything else and you'll be eating a very tough piece of meat for dinner. F&W's guide helps you perfect your cooking techniques with recipes from your favorite chefs.

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Venison: A Backwoods Love Story
The closest I've ever come to heaven is biting into my dad's smoked venison tenderloin hot out of the smoker.