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This recipe for VENISON APPETIZERS, by Pam Lundstrom, is from The Cowboy Cookbook,
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Take one or two Venison ham steaks frozen, trim ALL fat and scrap with the flat of a knife to remove fat left by the saw blade. (This will assure there is no waxy taste a.k.a. "gamey"). Cut into 1" cubes, wrap with 1/3 slice of bacon, and pin through with a toothpick. Broil until bacon is almost done then turn over and do other side. Serve immediately.
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