Q: Recently my fiance and I received a bunch of venison meats from his family as a result of their hunting trip last year. We used everything — the roasts, steaks, venison beef — until just one thing remained in our freezer: The neck bone.
How do I use neck bones for cooking? Thank you so much; you're helping two college students make the most of their budget!
Sent by Camolai
Editor: Camolai, we would probably recommend using the neck bone and any meat left on it for a stew, chili, or soup. Here's some more direction on it from the readers at Serious Eats:
• Serious Efforts: Whole Deer Neck at Serious Eats
Readers, do you have any tips or good recipes for Camolai?
Related: Good Question: What Can I Do With Venison Meat?
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