Debone a Deer Leg

How To : Debone a leg of lamb

Le Gourmet Tv takes you behind the scenes at a butcher shop where we have a leg of lamb deboned and wrapped for the BBQ. An expert butcher shows the different parts of a lamb as he prepares, splits, and gets it ready for sale. It might be a little tricky to debone a leg of lam ...more

How To : Correctly debone a leg of lamb

Hunting for your meat can be fun, but preparing it for a meal is the difficult part. In this how to video an expert butcher demonstrates how to debone a leg of lamb. The trick to removing the lamb bone is to use a little elbow grease and coming very close to the bone. Watch an ...more

How To : Debone a pork leg

Somewhat rare today, the leg of pork is often regarded as one of the best pork roasts you will ever ingest in your human life. In this three-part video, aspiring butchers may learn how to debone a pork leg efficiently. Add some fresh herbs to your pork leg, and you have yourse ...more

How To : Debone a chicken thigh and leg

Deboning and cutting chicken at home can save you lot of money. In this how to video Chef Paul further explains deboning a chicken. Watch as he shows you how to specifically remove the bones from a chicken thigh and leg.

How To : Create your own Native American bone flute

The Native Americans were reknown for their ability to make use of every part of the animals they hunted for food. In this tutorial, you're shown how to make a traditional tribal flute from the leg bone of a deer.

How To : Skin a deer properly

The title is pretty self explanatory, how to skin a deer, so you can get to the venison, and use the hide for something. Make sure you hang the deer by its hind leg prior to skinning, so that it will be easier to pull the hide off.

How To : Cut trails to channel deer movements

Wade Bourne, host of Wade's World Hunting at MyOutDoorTV, shows you how to create a "path of least resistance" for deer this season. Let's face it: deer can be pretty stupid. With a little leg work, you can trick your deer into going exactly where you want them. Hunting your p ...more

How To : Debone a turkey

Mark Trick, a retail meat-cutting instructor, shows how to properly debone a turkey. Carefully peel the skin off the turkey. Make sure you do not tear the skin off. Flip the turkey upside down and cut the wings off by cutting towards the bone. To remove the body cavity, cut al ...more

How To : Skin a deer hide

In this tutorial, we learn how to skin a deer hide. First, cut into the joint on the back legs. Cut across this, then down through the back side of the leg. Open the leg up with the knife and continue to cut until you see the last joint. After this, you can snap the leg and th ...more

How To : Debone a whole chicken

Place the whole chicken on the cutting board breast side up with the wings facing away from you. You will need a sharp heavy chef's knife to cut up the chicken because you will be cutting through bones. Start by finding a joint in the wing and cut off the wing at that joint. T ...more

How To : Do the Deer Seal yoga pose

Want to find new yoga poses? Learn about the Deer Seal Pose in this yoga video clip. To do the Deer Seal pose you should open up hips, stack legs, sit up straight and bring chest forward. With this how to video you will be able to do the Deer Seal yoga pose.

How To : Correctly debone a turkey

Jimmy Sneed demonstrates how to debone a turkey. Removing the legs is easy as they have a natural break. Follow natural lines to make the process easy. Correctly debone a turkey. Click through to watch this video on pbs.org

How To : SKin a deer the easy way

In this video we learn how to skin a deer the easy way. First, you will lay the deer down on its back and remove the fur from the stomach area. By this time, the legs and arms of the deer should be cut off. Next, you will use your knife to cut all the way to the throat and aro ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : FINNESKO

Scrabble Bingo of the Day: * FINNESKO [n/pl.] A finnesko is a boot made of tanned reindeer skin, with the reindeer's fur on the outside. It's an especially good, warm boot for subarctic regions. These boots originate from the Sami, indigenous people from the cultural region o ...more

How To : Survive an Icy Walkway Without Falling

The months of constant snowfall and freezing temperatures seems endless once the excitement of the first snowfall fades, and you become weary of traversing black ice and other slippery streets. My first experience with an icy sidewalk included a slip, smack, and heavily bruis ...more

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