Chef Chris Shepherd marinates leg of venison and pork shoulder overnight in amber beer with salt, pepper and crushed chile. He grinds the meat and mixes two parts venison to one part pork. He adds an egg, some cream, hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce. He shapes that into patties, tops them with blue cheese, wraps them in caul fat and roasts them.He makes a panna cotta of pumpkin with baking spices, gelatin and milk, which he places by a seared venison chop. He roasts unmarinated venison leg ...
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