kenfred , Your making my mouth water . I call them chops but I guess when U bone them out their called back straps . I know what ya mean . That recipe sounds good . I'll be trying that one I love my deer meat .. Thanks !
Making me hungry just remembering last time we did this.
Try this one for the less "desirable" cuts.................................
Cube meat into 3/4-1 inch squares (venison, beef, bear, whatever)
Wrap a 1/2 strip of bacon around each cube like a belt and secure with round 2thpick. (cheapo, fatty, bacon seems to work best)
Place in deep (it will splatter) fry pan with 1/2 & 1/2 mix of worchestershire/water.
Fry over medium heat. Sauce will "migrate" up the bacon about 1/2 way. Turn & fry other side until uniformly brown/black. The idea is to have the liquid boil off, leaving bacon grease only.
Enjoy with garlic toast, salad, whatever.........................................
I don' have any bear left except what i have in the pickle barrel . I gave most of it to friends who like it We still have burger meat that we're going to make sausages in the near future . I' ll be trying that one with the deer meat for sure
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