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Old 01-31-2017, 09:43 PM   #1
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Three fresh deer hearts.

One of the most often overlooked, and best, pieces of the deer.
The heart is a muscle, and properly cleaned/cooked it is absolutely delicious.
A shame that it is too often tossed with the gut pile.

I always save the heart and liver.



Carefully trim and clean the heart, remove the upper part consisting of blood vessels and atriums.
Then trim the tops/outsides of fats.
There are a lot of of tough/fiborous inter-connective tissues in the ventricles that need to be carefully trimmed out.
Then slice into portions for frying.



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Love the heart, but you can keep the filter....
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Never had it fried, but grilled is hard to beat.
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Love the heart, but you can keep the filter....
Do you like beef tongue?
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Never had it fried, but grilled is hard to beat.
Cast iron in butter is pretty good, as is the grilled.
So is sauteed, braised and smoked.
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Looks great but when it comes to eating the guts haha
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Looks great but when it comes to eating the guts
Not guts....guts are below the diaphragm.
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Do you like beef tongue?
It's okay. Don't really care for beef heart, but deer heart is a lot milder, IMO.
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pig heart is good too. we use the pig liver in boudain also.
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Looks great but when it comes to eating the guts haha
Halo, I could feed you some heart and you'd ask for more, then ask what kind'a steak it is.
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