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10 Hunter's Recipes to Keep Warm During Cold Weather

The long, cold months of winter are drawing near. It's the perfect time for comfort food and these wild game recipes will keep you full and warm all season long

(Photo courtesy of Nevada Foodies) (Photo courtesy of Nevada Foodies)

By: OutdoorChannel.com Staff

1. Stuffed Elk Cabbage Rolls

A perfect comfort food during the cold winter months, elk cabbage rolls will fill you right up. Click here for recipe.

2. Dove Stuffing Hot Dish Recipe

This casserole is so easy to make. Just combine ingredients and layer in the dove, nobody will believe it's homemade. Click here for recipe.

3. Venison Recipe: Cheesy Elk Pie

This homemade elk recipe is a satisfying comfort dish. It's a take on shepherd's pie and it's worth its weight in gold. Click here for recipe.

4. Venison Roast with Stuffing

Make sure there are plenty of hungry mouths around when making this recipe, because it can yield up to 10 servings. Click here for recipe.

5. Moose Lasagna

You'll be yearning to get your next moose tag after trying this lasagna. Click here for recipe.

6. Antelope Wellington

This recipe is as nearly good for the eyes as it is for taste buds. Individual antelope filets are coated with mushrooms, caramelized shallots, spinach, Gorgonzola cheese and wrapped in a puff pastry. Click here for recipe.

7. Hunter's Venison Meatloaf Hot Dish

It's hard to beat mom's meatloaf, but making it with venison just might do it. Click here for recipe.

8. Homemade Venison Meatball Casserole

A loaf of Italian bread covered with Italian meatballs and a delicious spaghetti sauce. Click here for recipe.

9. Hunter's Shepherd Pie Recipe

This venison burger recipe can be made so many ways. Use this as your recipe foundation and build it according to your own family's taste. Click here for recipe.

10. Venison Burger Bake

A venison bake topped with cornbread stuffing will fill you right up. Click here for recipe.

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