I call this dish "Meat and Fire", an ode to the history of the Cowboys of the west and how they prepared their meals with little more than meat and fire. We now have all sorts of fancy kitchen gadgets to play with but the heart remains the same. Sous Vide Backstrap with Roasted Poblanos and Corn is a simple dish, but when prepared properly, it celebrates the relationship between the meat, the fire and the fresh brightness of the produce. It will surely remind you and your friends why we work so hard to harvest wild game.
The national dish of Cuba meets wild game in this Pronghorn Ropa Vieja. The name means "old clothes" and is traditionally made with beef flank steak and shredded into long strands that resemble pieces of fabric. We chose to use two pronghorn football roasts, and works well on even the toughest cuts. This spicy comfort food gets better and better in the fridge and freezes well for easy weeknight meals!