Corned Elk? "Corn" Your Own
Wild Game Meats
Many of you have requested the corned elk recipe that I have mentioned on our Facebook page, Twitter and comment sections of the Elk Hunting Forum.
We have used this recipe several times recently and are addicted to it! Since we've been blessed this fall to have fresh elk meat wrapped and in the freezer, needless to say we won't be buying any more corned beef for at least the next year.
Here is the link for the
corned elk recipe.
Of course, you can use this recipe to make corned beef, moose, venison, etc. It is actually quite an easy process.
It does involve brining the meat for at least 5 days. We are experimenting with a full 10 days after speaking to a friend whose Irish grandfather taught her his traditional method and recommends 10 days of brining.
Elk Hunt Progress
As mentioned, I was blessed to have an opportunity to fill one of our elk tags and I have a little annual leave remaining to spend on trying to fill my second elk tag. Please let us know how your elk hunting trips have gone by clicking here.
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