Grilled Venison

Generally referring to the meat from deer, venison gained more widespread acceptance among American diners with the rise of commercial ranching. Pasture-raised venison does not have the “gaminess” often associated with hunted deer, and it has found its way onto restaurant menus across the country, raising awareness of its culinary appeal. With short, thin muscle fibers, deer meat stays firm but reasonably tender, with a smooth texture. TheSpruceEats