My uncle Galen Swader recently introduced me to a new way of grilling deer burgers that tastes great and is quite easy to cook. He took ground deer, which was processed at Farview Farms Meat Company, and mixed it with grated cheese (storebought cheese works just fine) and seasoning (I believe he used Boss Hawg seasoning) and then pressed the three ingredients together to make his patties. The resulting burgers were great, and he gave me a few of his deer patties to try out on my grill.
When my uncle grilled the burgers, he put bacon on the burgers with a slice of cheese over the bacon. When I made mine, I didn't use bacon but I still put a slice of cheese on it and closed the lid for about 30 seconds to let it melt. I then put slices of tomato on the burger, as well as ketchup and mustard. Both burgers tasted great, although there seemed to be a little more flavor with my uncle's bacon cheeseburger. Onions would have also been tasty on them.
Overall, this style had a much different taste than what you typically get with a deer burger. A burger made from a buck can taste a little gamey at times, but this concoction takes away the gamey taste and instead delivers an excellent combination of the cheese flavor, the seasoning and the burger itself. I'd recommend it to anyone, it doesn't take much extra work to do and adds a lot of flavor and helps the burger grill evenly.