Category archives: Black Angus Recipes

  • Grilled Bison Sausage with Wild Boar Bacon Jam

  • INGREDIENTS: For the sausages  4 pc bison Chipotle sausage 4 good quality sausage buns For the bacon jam   1 1/2 lb. boar bacon, cut into small dice 2 medium shallots, diced small 3 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled 1 tbsp. whole mustard seed ¼ tsp chili flake 1/2 cup sherry vinegar 1/2 cup packed dark-brown sugar 1/4 cup pure maple syrup METHOD: In a large skillet, cook ba[...]
  • Venison & Wild Boar Shish Kebob with Garlic Lemon Yogurt Sauce

  • In Turkish, shish kebab, literally means “gobbets of meat roasted on a spit or skewers.” Probably the most famous preparation for grilled lamb, we have done a non-traditional version using our venison and wild boar. Kebab was born over the open field fires of the soldiers of Turkey who used their swords to grill meat There is even earlier evidence of Byzantine Greeks cooking shish kebabs (now name[...]
  • Wild Boar Torta Ahogada

  • Invented in Guadalajara, Mexico in the early 1900s,. The sandwich was the product of a slip of the hand, a mistake. But the pork-filled signature sandwich of the city, dunked in a pool of spicy salsa, has remained part of the city's heritage, a point of pride and right of passage for any Tapatio. The meat soaks up the spicy salsa and the richness and fat of the meat balances the acidity of the spi[...]
  • Roasted Duck Breast With Hot & Sour Endives

  • Duck breast with crisp skin, succulent meat, and a served endives braised in a velvety citrus sauce that tastes like concentrated sunshine—is a thing too delicious to succumb to the vagaries of mother natures decision hold back spring. The bitterness of the endive is offset by the sweet ness of the orange and juice contrasted by a little heat from chilli. INGREDIENTS: Endive - 12 small heads[...]
  • Elk Irish Stew

  • Irish stew is the epitome of comfort food. This celebrated Irish dishes composition is a matter of dispute. Purists maintain that traditional ingredients are mutton,potatoes onions, and water. Oth-ers would add such items as carrots, turnips, and pearl barley; but the purists maintain that they spoil the true flavour of the dish. The ingredients are simmered slowly for up to two hours. We have pre[...]