Doctor Cornelius quickly cut up the remains of a cold chicken and some slices of venison and put them, with bread and an apple or so and a little flask of good wine, into the wallet which he then gave to Caspian.
It was not such a breakfast as they would have chosen, for Caspian and Cornelius were thinking of venison pasties, and Peter and Edmund of buttered eggs and hot coffee, but what everyone got was a little bit of cold bear-meat (out of the boys’ pockets), a lump of hard cheese, an onion, and a mug of water.
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When I entered the cabin Mike was frying a panful of venison steak, while Ootek looked on.
Farley Mowat -- Never Cry Wolf
I had a lovely dinner of venison steak with a leaf salad and a bowl of delicately spiced tomato soup.