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Venison and Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn Squash
While we loved the recipe. We made it without the cranberries, made with Uncle Ben's Long Grain and Wild Rice, 1 lb venison, and two squash. We had more filling than squash, so I would recommend using 3-4 with what I used. I kept the rest of the proportions the same. The other things I did differently were to add the seasoning mace (which can be expensive but goes a long way and goes well with most soups)and topped it with some shredded parmesean cheese. Overall, we will have more of this. I loved it quite a bit but am not a huge fan of venison. We were skeptical at first but the blends work extremely well together. With some tweaks you will ove it too and make it your own.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2013
While I didnt try this actual recipe I grew up with something similar. My mom called it porkupine meatballs and used milk instead of water and some onions. She mixed the rice, meat, onions, some soup and milk into the meatballs themselves then poured the remaining soup milk mixture under and over top of the meatballs and then slow cooked them for 8 hrs on low. Still a favorite of mine and now my daughter.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 20, 2011

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