This is done somewhat in the method of an ordinary beef stew but I used all sorts of veggies that I had and wanted to use up so it's not quite a traditional stew. I also brined the moose beforehand because game has a tendency to have a fairly strong flavor I like to drown out a bit. That doesn't really speak well for game, does it?
Brine about 2 lbs of moose in brine made from water, salt, brown sugar, thyme, crushed garlic, bayleaf
Drain and rinse the meat before use
bacon fat (I had some but any oil will do)
In dutch oven, brown the moose in the bacon fat in parts. Add back all the moose and add the onion, cook for a bit. Add a nice slug of worchestershire sauce and some water to cover the meat. Cover and put in the oven at 275 for about 2 hours until the meat is nice and tender.
Add veggies of your choice, diced. I had:
1 beet (just to make it nice and red I guess)
1 large parsnip
2 ribs celery
1 valentine radish
Toss the veggies in with the meat and cook for another 1 1/2 hour or so until everything is tender. Season as desired.
Rating: Whooops! I made it way too salty. Ben loved it but on the second bowl even he admitted that it was a bit much and I don't think I've ever heard him admit that before. I thought it was so so but I'm not much of a fan of beef stew or pot roast or other things in the mushy root vegetables with meat category.