I continue to work on arranging and cleaning out the freezer and came upon a chub of smoked venison/beef sausage, so I put it in the fridge to thaw. Over the past ten days, I’ve had venison 4 times – the breakfast sandwich I’d posted about on Oct. 27, and two breakfast meals made from the hot deer sausage, home fries, shiitakes, other things, and eggs. I didn’t post them as they were picture-less, but they were all delicious.
Back to today’s meal. I diced up some of the sausage, onion, green pepper, and jalapeno and sautéed them in a little olive oil.
Due to the roads being packed throughout the eastern mountains this time of year, it’s obvious many of us appreciate nature’s colorful show. Unfortunately the woods around us are heavily laden with oaks, hickory’s and poplars, with only a few maples dotted in, so we don’t get the vibrant reds like some places. We do have a few colorful plants around that have been planted and some of their leaves are finally turning.
The burning bushes and nandinas are starting to show out.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.