Here are recipes from Susan, my late wife. Nearly all of these are original recipes with her comments and tips. Please enjoy and serve with a toast to Susan.
If you want some venison, but you're not a hunter, go out in the countryside, where you can find local meat stores which butcher the deer for hunters. Often, the hunters don't return to pick up their deer and you can buy it for a very low price, unofficially, of course. Go to any country supermarket and ask the butcher if he knows a butcher who'll prepare a deer for you. If it's not hunting season, you'd better add that you PLAN to have deer butchered in the hunting season. Very often, farmers have their own slaughtering facilities and they'll be able to cut up the deer for you and wrap it into packages.
Preserves, Jellies, and Jams
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