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How To : Make deer pepperoni snack sticks

Learn how to make venison pepperoni snack sticks. Pepperoni is a cooked product; jerky sticks are done similarly except that you can use a wetter mix (eases extrusion) and dehydrate in the process.

How To : Make deer and beef bologna

This video will show the spice mix and a 5 pound grind. It will also show you how to cook and prepare the beef and venison bologna. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make deer and beef bologna. Part 2 of 3 - How to Make deer and beef bologna. Part 3 of 3 - How to Make deer and beef bologna.

How To : Make deer pastrami snack sticks

Here is a video on making Pastrami flavored snack sticks. Part 1 is mostly the first day's work (preparation) with a little into the second day's set-up and stuffing. Part 2 is the balance of the production (stuffing and cooking with the recipe at the end). Alternate methods o ...more

How To : Make a faux-bois mounted deer silhouette

Back at the dawn of time, a man's worth was determined by how many dead animals he had mounted to his wall. These days, men still want to be manly but find taxidermy a wee bit creepy. For those who want the coolness of deer bits in their home, this video shows you how to make ...more

How To : Make deer jerky at home

Deer jerky is a healthier alternative to beef, especially when you make it at home. In this tutorial, learn how to make deer jerky from scratch and serve a delicious snack to your friends and family. If you're a hunter, get creative with your catch and make some chewy jerky.

How To : Make super tasty deer jerky

Deer jerky is a little healthier than beef, especially when you make it at home. Follow along with this video, and learn how to make tasty deer jerky with a smoker and an old native recipe.

How To : Mount deer antlers

This video is fantastic and very detailed on how to mount deer antlers. He carves the antlers off a deer head, then boils them to remove the meat, finally he mounts them on a piece of wood. For this professional taxidermy tutorial you may need a hack saw. Oh also, you need a d ...more

How To : Clean skulls

In this American Taxidermy video we learn how to clean animal skulls. He is using borax, bleach, detergent, scrub brushes and a strong stomach as this smells awful. He uses a deer head with antlers, called a European mount and a canine skull.

How To : Prepare a deer skull for mounting in the European style

You just shot a beautiful buck and you'd like to add his skull to your wall of trophies. If you're looking to mount the deer skull in the European style, take a look at this walkthrough and learn how to prepare the skull through boiling, degreasing, and bleaching.

How To : Field dress a deer while hunting

Find out a better way to get more quality cuts from the deer that you harvested by watching this how-to video. This instructional video will steer you to the best way of deboning and packaging your meat for the freezer. Watch and learn how to field dress a deer, without the in ...more

How To : Hack Supreme Deer Hunting from MindJolt (07/21/09)

Supreme Deer Hunting is a Facebook game from MindJolt Games. Challenge your hunting skills in this classic hunting game. Earn points to upgrade your gear for better hunting. Realistic shooting with range, weapon accuracy, etc. Trophies for reaching certain goals. Get Supreme ...more

How To : Prepare a whitetail deer head for mounting

In this video taxidermy tutorial series, a professional taxidermist demonstrates how to prepare a whitetail deer cape for mounting. Now that the skin has been fleshed and tanned, the deer head cape is ready to be mounted. The skin will need the mount that will shape the skin, ...more

Um, Yum? HowTo : Cook Testicles

The latest culinary trend? How about breaded and fried deer balls. That's right, you heard me. The Atlantic makes an interesting point about the political correctness of "nose-to-tail" eating: "How many among us delight in brain, or tendon, or testicles? These nasty bits, alt ...more

How To : Gut a deer, field dressing

Kentucky Afield: Watch as Tim Farmer hosts the processing of venison, starting in the field and ending in the kitchen. Start with the deer down. Start with the tail and trim around the anus. You want to not break the colon nor the bladder for sanitary reasons. This is a long a ...more

How To : Tie a D-loop for archery bowstrings

Are you an archer, or hunter or bowman in need of a D-knot on the bowstring? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to tie a D-loop for archery bowstrings. You might not be doing this for a precision sport like archery, you may just want to get the next big deer out there ...more

How To : Bash (Shell) Scripting for Beginners

Bash (Shell) Scripting for Beginners Intro I am an occasional Linux user currently playing around in CrunchBang and loving it. Prior to this, I used to dual-boot Windows and xfce-buntu (or xubuntu) at work, and due to some unforeseen circumstances, my screen always went fuzz ...more

How To : Skin a deer with a golf ball

In this tutorial, we learn how to skin a deer with a golf ball. First, hang it up by a tree around its neck. From here, taper down from the shoulders until you reach the bottom. Then, cut each of the ankles right around the knuckle and slice it down the front like normal. From ...more

How To : Fade out photo edges in Adobe Photoshop CS3

With vintage-inspired, indie Etsy pictures being all the rage, isn't it about time you jumped on board the retro picture wagon? Whether you desire making that vignette of schoolbooks from the 1920's topped with mini celluloid deer look more aged and sophisticated or you simply ...more

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 : Joint and butcher a roe deer

Take a look at this instructional video of a three part series in how to joint and butcher a roe deer. This tutorial covers the basics and is ideal for home venison and choice cuts. Part 1 of 3 - How to Joint and butcher a roe deer. Part 2 of 3 - How to Joint and butcher a ro ...more

How To : Tan a deer hide the old fashioned way

This is the first step in tanning hides and making leather the old fashioned way. Sometimes called braintan, smoke tan, Indian tan or home tan. Watch this demonstrator scrap the hair and grain from the hide.

How To : Cut deer steaks

In this three-part butchering video, learn how to cut deer steaks. Deer steaks are often cut from the lower half of the animal, making the deer steaks less tender than most meats, but enjoyed by many. Fun fact: Many times deer steaks are prepared by being boiled in coffee grou ...more

How To : Dress a deer

If you like to hunt or just enjoy the taste of venison, check out this video for learning how to dress a deer. Hunting is more humane than factory farms, right?

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From Wikipedia, "Falconry is is a sport which involves the use of trained raptors (birds of prey) to hunt or pursue game for humans." An unassuming hunter, the falcon is surprisingly powerful. The training process is quite complex. Falcons have the potential to be incredibly ...more

How To : Dissect a deer heart

Check out this tutorial on how to dissect a real deer heart! This three-part instructional video is from a lab class at a school. The teacher will teach you the anatomy of the heart, and then how to slice that sucker up. After watching this, you'll know all you need to know ab ...more

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 : Butcher a deer at home

In this four-part butchering tutorial, learn how to break a deer carcass down to prepare for processing at home. Tools & preparation are gone over, as well as where to start and finish piecing the deer apart. Just think, once finally through the long process you can enjoy yumm ...more

How To : Do a tending grunt sequence when dear hunting

Peter Fiduccia from Field and Stream explains how to use the tending grunt sequence when hunting deer. The tending grunt is a grunt made by a buck when following a doe. The grunt is made in order to let the doe know that he wants to breed. The key to making the call is to be s ...more

How To : Add night vision to your car to see at night

Systm is the Do It Yourself show designed for the common geek who wants to quickly and easily learn how to dive into the latest and hottest tech projects. We will help you avoid pitfalls and get your project up and running fast. Search Systm on WonderHowTo for more DIY episode ...more

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Thursday update Animals Dachshund gives 500xp when bought Forest Horse gives 135xp when bought Buildings German Castle Monopteros Decorations Swan Lake Falcon Ruins, Lamp Post, and Castle Fence Octoberfest!! Animals Black Pied Pig and Alpine Goat Pig hunts white ...more

How To : Field dress or gut a deer

So you have a deer... A dead one. Now what? In this two-part video, learn how to field dress (sometimes referred to as "gutting" or "cleaning") a deer. Learn where to begin with your knife to remove the inside guts as neatly as possible and prepare the deer for butchering. Par ...more

How To : Hunt deer in the woods

Some tips for going deer hunting in the woods. Part 1 of 2 - How to Hunt deer in the woods. Part 2 of 2 - How to Hunt deer in the woods.

How To : Skin a Deer the Easy Way

You did all the work of getting your deer and the next step is making sure to process your deer correctly. Follow the procedure to skin and butcher your deer to best use all the parts and meat. If you're uncertain about the best possible way to skin your deer then learn from ...more

How To : Make a Christmas card using Cricut Winter Woodland

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a Christmas card using Cricut Winter Woodland. The card is 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches and it has a picture of a deer and the word "Joy". On page 56 you will find the picture of a deer. Cut it out at 4 1/2 inches and the ...more

How To : Can deer meat

Here's another canning tutorial showing you how to properly can meat using the right equipment. In this video, you'll find out how to can deer meat using some easy steps and instructions. Canning is a great way to help ensure that meats, fruits, and veggies will last for a lon ...more

How To : Field dress a deer

In this tutorial we learn how to field dress a deer. First, put some gloves on and grab a sharp knife. After this, puncture a hole in the lower half of the throat of the deer. Next, start to cut up until you reach the neck. There will be a lot of blood that comes out, just a w ...more

How To : Flesh the head of a deer to prepare for tanning

In this video taxidermy tutorial series, a professional taxidermist demonstrates how to flesh a whitetail deer head. Whether you're tanning yourself or taking it to a professional tannery, the preparation of the deer flesh needs to be done the same way. An anti-bacterial spray ...more

How To : Field dress a deer using only a knife

So you shot a deer, now what? Time to field dress the animal and make the most of your prize. Throughout the process it is important to keep your incisions precise, so as to avoid any messy mistakes. This instructional video will also teach you how to tell the age of the deer ...more

How To : Play "As the Deer" on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "As the Deer" on piano. Instruction includes names of the chords and an overhead view so you can learn by watching. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play "As the Deer" by watching this helpful how-t ...more

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