Venison Cutlets

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Bohemian-American Cook Book

Automatic Printing Company
Omaha, Nebraska
4th Edition 1947

PG 97



The term venison comes from the Latin verb venari, meaning “to hunt.” It originally meant the meat of a game animal but now refers primarily to the meat of horned ungulates such as elk or deer. Venison can be used to refer to any part of the animal, so long as it is edible. HOWEVER in my house "Venison" refers to just deer meat.

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