Food Fight Friday: Venison Bulgogi vs Antelope Tenderloin

You all know I love antelope, so it’s pretty obvious where my vote should go today. But ever since I … Continued

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You all know I love antelope, so it’s pretty obvious where my vote should go today. But ever since I made some bear bulgogi last year I’ve been pretty hooked on the stuff. So, for me, this week’s Food Fight is really a toss-up but Wild Chef readers might feel differently. On the one hand, Koldkut has backstrap and beer, a sure-fire winner, but just maybe that good-looking deer from MaxPower can swing the votes his way. What do you think?

MaxPower’s Venison Bulgogi

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My brother owns an Asian Market where we picked up some great Korean Bulgogi marinade, so we soaked some chunks of steak in that for 3-4 hours before frying it up. Over a bed of rice with some broccoli and Sriracha it was pretty good. It probably could have used some more veggies, but why do that to perfectly good steak? And, since I know she won’t read this, I can say that my wife ate twice as much of this as I did.

Koldkut’s Antelope Tenderloin

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Pronghorn tenderloin marinated for an hour and grilled, potatoes and onions and a side of green beans. I paired it with a Rocky Mountain Black Ale by Left Hand Brewing Company.