Trophy Bucks are just that, “Trophies”
My dear husband has yet to get that, “Trophy Buck,” I am secretly hoping he never does. I have had friends give us meat from the prized buck and I have yet to say, “Wow, that was great” usually it’s tough and gamier than a normal. Plus, with Chronic Wasting Disease, I think we’ll pass.
Camp fire Hobos were one of my favorite recipes growing up. There is something about having your own package of food. My kids still love to get the lunchables, because of the packaging. I chose this recipe for Minnesota Bound because it is quick, easy and a fun way to introduce city slickers to wild game.
The cooking portion of the episode is short and always in the very middle of the show. It’s not hard to find.
You can use any kind of ground meat. We like venison or beef for the flavor. Mix it up and make it your own by adding some interesting ingredients! Enjoy an easy night off from cooking and dishes! That’s my Wild Chow!
Check out the latest Minnesota Bound Recipe-
4 potatoes, sliced
4 carrots, coined
4 onions, sliced
1 cup frozen peas, divided
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 lb ground meat, beef, venison, turkey or chicken made into 1/4 lb patties
Seasoned salt and pepper
Place 2 layers of tinfoil on your counter. Place one patty on bottom of foil, season with salt and pepper, then layer 1onion slice, potatoes, carrots, and peas. Place one scoop of mushroom soup over the top and repeat for each Hobo. Gather foil up and press together sealing the Hobos. Try to make a handle if you will be cooking these over an open fire. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees or until potatoes are tender. Serve directly from the foil for a fun no mess dinner! Your kids will love you!