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Venison probably has as many people who love its flavor as those who’d prefer a Big Mac instead.

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Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Venison Sausage
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
While trout coated in flour and pan-fried in butter is a classic way to prepare them, especially those small native brookies...
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Ruffed grouse, lovingly called partridge by many in the northeast, is one of those game birds that unless you’ve tried it, regardless of how it’s been prepared...
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Mouth watering and to die for
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Roast wild duck is one of those meals that if done right, will quickly become a favorite around the house....
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Thanksgiving is Coming!
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
The Marx Brothers might have made the term Duck Soup famous...
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
Venison probably has as many people who love its flavor as those who’d prefer a Big Mac instead.
Posted In Recipes on Friday, August 17th 2018
The following recipe works well for venison as well as for moose.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
Not a quick meal over a campfire by any means, but this venison recipe will fill you up ...
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
When it comes to “hearty” foods that can be a meal unto themselves, chili is right up at the top of the list.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
The most important meal of the day is breakfast and camping is no excuse to ignore it.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
For those who hunt deer for their meat rather than for a mounted head on some wall, there are as many ways to prepare it as there are tastes to satisfy.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
The Gastronomical Gourmet
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
Considering the season at hand, there are more wild turkey recipes floating around than alder leaves in a brook.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
First allow me to admit that sadly not many deer hunters' significant others take the time to appreciate how their mates appreciate a slab of real deer meat mincemeat pie...
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
The end of October means one thing to many people, Halloween! I can’t help but hear the word and instantly see orange in my mind for some reason.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
The ruffed grouse, or partridge or “woods chicken” as they are sometimes known, are one of the finest table fare game birds there are.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
There almost seems like there is a stigma associated whenever the words “deep-fried” are mentioned to many people.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
Fall is the time of year when millions of deer hunters head into the woods to put meat on the table and simply enjoy the outdoors in the process.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
No, I’m not suggesting a new hunting method for flocks of pheasant, but rather a way to cook them.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 16th 2018
Venison burgers as well as elk, moose, antelope and wild boar all have distinctive flavors that can be varied with the addition of beef and pork fat...
Posted In Recipes on Tuesday, August 14th 2018
The cusk is not a fish of million dollar fishing tournaments.
Posted In Recipes on Monday, August 13th 2018
This recipe also works for snowshoe hare and domestic rabbit.
Posted In Recipes on Saturday, August 11th 2018
NOTE: if you like, you can trade out the crab or shrimp for something else you prefer –ex: scallops, oysters, even fish if it is dense enough.
Posted In Recipes on Thursday, August 9th 2018
Flounder is a delicious fish with a very delicate and mild flavor.
Posted In Recipes on Tuesday, August 7th 2018
Venison is a meat that lends itself well to absorbing flavors from sauces and marinades.