Few years ago, I went to grocery store that have all organic foods and whatever local meats are selling. Rarely there are some game meats in freezer like venison, bison, or nice elk meats. One day, I found what I want for making good meatballs. I will mix venison with ground beef or pork for good flavor. I had made the kind of meatballs (The recipe is same as usual meatballs that you make for your favorite spaghetti pasta sauce or whatever you want to do with meatballs.) with these two grounded meats and they are gone within five minutes after I managed to get few balls for myself. Whew! They tasted delicious--the tasty meatballs are gone fast.
(because venison has so little fat, you'll need to add some for a juicy
burger. But don't use deer fat -- it tastes bad.)
1 pound ground venison
3 ounces pork fat back, ground
Salt and freshly ground pepper
grill. Brush burgers with vegetable oil and grill about 4 minutes; turn and
cook to desired doneness. Serve on rolls with your choice of condiments.