Food Fight Friday: Venison Lasagna vs. Sunday Gravy

I realized it’s been several weeks since I’ve stepped into the ring for a Friday Food Fight, so I think … Continued

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I realized it’s been several weeks since I’ve stepped into the ring for a Friday Food Fight, so I think it’s time to knock the rust off a bit and get back in the game. I don’t want to pull a muscle, so I’ll start easy, with another photo of the Sunday Gravy I made earlier this month. Sticking with the Italian-American theme, my competitor will be Neil Selbicky, who fought a tough one in the last Food Fight against Levi’s beaver. Let’s see if we can put Neil in the winner’s circle this week.

Neil Selbicky’s Venison Lasagna

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This could come under the category of venison comfort food. It’s a great dinner dish to use some of that ground venison in your freezer, and it does not take too long to cook on a cold winter’s eve. The key is using no-boil lasagna sheets to save time in preparation.

David’s Sunday Gravy

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This is how my Sunday Gravy looked after several hours of simmering in my Dutch oven. From here, I took a couple of forks and shredded those chicken thighs, then added a few fresh herbs and ladled everything over the top of a bowl of al dente penne pasta.

But enough about me, let’s keep the reader’s Food Fight Friday tradition going. Submit your best fish or wild game photos to fswildchef@gmail.com and we’ll try to feature them here.