Monday, February 20, 2017

Rosemary-Thyme Venison Chops

While watching Food Network, a Giada De Laurentiis rerun introduced me to the Florentine beefsteak, which is a giant, 2 inch thick porterhouse steak simply seasoned and cooked to rare. With a spritz of lemon juice over the beautiful crust, it made my mouth water. I made the dish that very same night. (Sure does help to keep a well-stocked pantry.) If we ever make it to Italy, we're definitely having one! Those Florentines do know how to eat their meat.

Though it may be difficult to get the porterhouse cut off a deer, our version is made from venison loin cooked to a perfect medium-rare (or rare, if you'd like) with pungent rosemary and thyme. If you're out of loin, use steaks from the hindquarters instead. But remember that younger deer are tastier, more tender deer. 

Find the recipe here along with a simple recipe for riced cauliflower: http://www.thesportsmanchannel.com/2017/02/paleo-diet-friendly-rosemary-venison-chops-cauliflower-rice-recipe/


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