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Old October 24th, 2020, 02:23 AM #1
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Deer heart and tongues

Does anyone here cook and eat these deer parts? I cut the heart out the deer I got the other day and will cut the tongue out when I butcher it tomorrow.

I watched Steve Rinella cook the tongues twice on his show . One time he boiled it and the next time he smoked it. He had a show about cooking hearts of game animals also so I have to watch it again.
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Old October 24th, 2020, 06:59 AM #2
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Cut in strips and fried lightly you can make fajitas and I pickled it last year and need to try a sweeter recipe. Will try with Bread and butter pickle brine this year. I have done as steaks but it can't be cooked heavily or gets tougher and everyone complains about the steaks with hole sin them.

I have never bothered with the tongue. Its small and look like a PITA to get at. Plus never looked like it was big enough to bother with.

Liver I make braunschweiger and eat on crackers with horse radish mustard and cheddar cheese.
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Old October 24th, 2020, 07:24 AM #3
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Boil both the heart and tongue until done, peal tongue cur both in 1/2 inch strips, make a bread and butter pickle brine, boil brine and put in tongue and heart. You can either cold pack and put in frig for 2 weeks or hot water bath and can.
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Never tried tounge. But, we used to slice the heart down and pan fry it with butter. It was good.
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I grew up in the country, we ate about everything. One day I went to my grandma's house and it smelt odd in her kitchen. I asked her what she was cooking and she said kidneys. I asked her how do you cook kidneys. She said boil the piss out of them, I was 9 at the time had kidneys for supper and it was good.
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Heart is a cut that was meant for sous vide.
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Never thought about the tongue until Steve. I’d try it if someone else cooked it but I’m not gonna process that. It’s for the foxes at my house. I do keep the heart and liver but the dog gets those. I was never a fan.
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Heart is a cut that was meant for sous vide.
Everyone i know that eats it does pan fry butter, garlic, and onions.
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Deer heart is fantastic - as good as strap.

I like Hank shaw's recipes -

https://honest-food.net/venison-with...ushroom-sauce/

Others are good too...
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Even my dog turned up her nose at deer heart... I try not to waste, but that's one piece I leave for the foxes.
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