Found this chili and garlic sausage on a free Southwest web site. The recipe calls for pork but said you could use venison as well. Hope you like it! Be SURE to wear gloves if you knead this my hand...=0!
I woke up this morning dreaming about trout and fiddleheads. I swear I could smell the brookies cooking. Fact: It's January, 20 below and snowing. Dream: May...Fish along an icy brook for a few 8 inch trout and then fill a creel with fiddleheads. Head home... cold, wet and hungry to cook up this "rite of spring" meal. Four more months.
Grandfather Chaplin's family lived in New Brunswick along the Miramachi River. This easy recipe came with him when he moved to Maine in the early 1900's. Elegant, simple and simply delicious. You may opt to lower saturated fat by omitting the butter when serving.
Aunt Jewel was a reknown woodscook in the Patten, Maine lumber camps back in the 40's. This is her recipe. This mincemeat is very rich but not too sweet. (You may add a 1/2 c. of water to each pint for a juicier pie.) Processed this will keep for 2+ years. This make ten pints or 10 frozen pies.