Another Way to Make Venison Taste Good (sorry Moosewood).

Last night we had a delicious Moosewood recipe, Cauliflower Cheese Pie**. This recipe appealed to me for its’ inclusion of cheese & cauliflower–the latter of which I don’t use enough in my cooking. Well, even if we hadn’t thrown in a pound of ground venison, this dish would have been terrific. (I say ‘we’, but Drew was assigned the recipe & he did a fine job). So, why add the meat? well, it was tasty, but with company over it didn’t stand alone as the main course & having no other ideas as to what to pair it with, we just mixed.

Anyway, it was local, grass fed & free-range meat, so–of the highest quality! &, this is a definite will-do again, which is great because deer meat can be tricky to cook with.

Also, the brownies I made the other day are still lingering, but they are SO good. sososososo. They got better & fudgier with time.

**if they’re already available online… 😉

5 Comments

  • Lise Posted July 9, 2010 5:13 pm

    Mmmm…that looks good…thanks for taste testing. I need find more ways to enjoy cauliflower; will definitely try this recipe.

  • Twig and Toadstool Posted July 9, 2010 7:53 pm

    I don't know if I sent you a thank you or not, (for some reason I think I didn't), so THANK YOU!!! We got our fabulous giveaway package awhile ago, and just LOVE it! Ruby had 3 friends over today, and they all sat on the floor and made pictures out of those wood bits…and that penguin…oh my!!! Delightful doesn't seem to cut it!!
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  • Tracy Posted July 10, 2010 3:49 am

    this sounds yummy. It's one of those things I love, but don't each much.

  • school house oils Posted July 10, 2010 8:56 pm

    Lise–cauliflower is tricky! Twig–glad you got it, & are enjoying everything. Tracy-you should give this a try, I'll be grabbing more cauliflower at the farmer's market & growing more next year, it's never been on our grow-list before.

  • olivia Posted July 21, 2010 12:00 am

    that looks so GOOD!

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