Oh you delicious ungulates. Bison bison--no really, that's actually the scientific name for these even-toed brutes--bison bison is a scintillating and surprisingly healthy macrofauna; sporting a meager 2.42 grams of fat per serving, less calories and cholesterol than beef, and more iron and vitamin B12.
While a shoulder or top roast can be rather tough, slow cookin' is definitely my thing. Think about it; 1. Place meat, frozen or otherwise, in pot. 2. Turn pot on. 3. Go about your day as normal. 4. Eat delicious and tender meal 8 hours later. Slow braising is marvelous.
Even more marvelous may be the pulled-bison sammiches for days afterwards, cooked up quick in plenty of it's own jus, these were phenomenal!