Deer Tongue for Dinner

Deer Tongue for Dinner

About a dozen years ago, I began to feel guilty about leaving gut piles behind in the woods after field dressing a whitetail. I was uncomfortable knowing my wife Elaine and I might be wasting edible items after butchering an animal. We first tried cooking the heart, which we found to be delicious. Then we tried liver, which smelled great when it was being cooked, but the taste was, well, not very appealing. Our next experiment involved the tongue – rather I should say “my” experiment, as Elaine just... read more

Topics: venison, recipes
by Bruce Ingram on December 30, 2014 17 Comments

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