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Where can I buy Venison in New York City?

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Sparklydelite Mar 7, 2010 12:49 PM

Hoping to try making Venison in the coming week. Where can I purchase the meat in the area to make something tasty in my kitchen?

Also, tips for cooking the Venison are welcomed.
Thanks

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    JimboWoodside Mar 7, 2010 03:02 PM

    You might also try Ottomanelli and Sons in Woodside. If they don't have it, they probably can get it for you quickly.

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/ottomanelli-a...

    Ottomanelli & Sons Prime Meat Shop & Wild Game
    6105 Woodside Ave
    Woodside, NY 11377
    (718) 651-5544

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      CGeats Mar 7, 2010 02:57 PM

      Staubitz on Court has it or can get it quickly. I'd ask Paisanos as well. Venison is best braised or stewed. Its not a fatty meat, needs a slow cook. Usually unless you are buying -premium- venison pieces, like a tenderloin, you are getting tougher meat. A long slow braise works wonders. If I remember correctly, braising with berries and red wine is a good combo. IF you are lucky to get venison steaks, pan frying works. Usually my budget only affords me the braising variety.

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        Fleur Mar 8, 2010 09:01 PM

        I second STAUBITZ. I have gotten Venison there the last few years, and it has been wonderful.

        Use a recipe! The meat should be marinated overnight, and cooked over very low flame for a long time. Red wine OR Junipoer Berries, not both!

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