There was a time in my life when a Sloppy Joe was the only thing I knew how to cook. That's changed some, but I still find myself going back to this college staple, especially at the end of a long day when the last thing I want to do is cook. Put a little oil in the pan, brown the venison hamburger, add ketchup or, in this case, barbeque sauce. Here I used Sweet Baby Ray's, which is pretty good and, oddly, in stock at my neighborhood bodega. While the meat was cooking, I boiled down some leftover holiday cranberries with a splash of orange juice, brown sugar and a healthy dumping of sugar. I topped the Sloppy Joe with shredded gruyere. It was fast. It was easy. It was delicious.