My husband is convinced that I will not be able to make these taste good. I've got a doozie of a recipe up my sleeve for tomorrow nights appetizer! Pineapple inspired mind you. Finally some wild game to cook with!
Despite freezing temps that cause your limbs to fall off after 30 minutes of exposure, there still is beauty in the cold. Beautiful sunrises.... ...hot bubble baths... ...Warm fires.... ...and really good food....Inside out grilled cheese. My mouth is watering just thinking about it... Everything is perspective. Do you see the things you can't do… Continue reading Good Morning Negative -16 Below Zero and Happy Martin Luther King Day!
Croutons can make cooking easier not to mention tastier. I use them in many of my wild game dishes. I love them with all kinds of wild game and domestic meats. Homemade croutons are amazing in my pheasant cordon blue and in my luxurious venison meatloaf recipes. You can use the store bought kind, but… Continue reading Easy Homemade Croutons: More Than Just Salad Toppers
No. 4 No two wild animals are the same: Trim off the fat- While fat helps flavor beef and pork, in wild game this is where most of the “wild flavor comes from.” Take the time to thoroughly trim your game of all fat. If you are a naturalist and you want to keep it… Continue reading No. 4 of 10 Things Everone Should know About Cooking Wild Game
This is me shooting a muzzle loader. That baby's got some bad A... Kick! Loud too! And yes, I hit my target, about 80 yards out. The hunt is on. I heard from many hunters this past weekend who were able to conquer the beast and now have a freezer full of Venison, Pheasant or… Continue reading 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game
This poor pheasant has been in the freezer too long! Or, and more than likely was hastily wrapped and improperly frozen. I hate waste! So, what do you do now?? The freezer burn turns the meat white. It sucks all the moisture out of the meat. The meat is unusable and cannot be fixed...unless you… Continue reading Fixing Freezer Burn
Perfect day for ice fishing. We didn't catch anything other than a tan! Actually, my son Lee, tried to pull a huge northern up out of the hole. It broke the line before he was able to get it out of the water. Oh well, we had a fabulous time any way. Good friends came… Continue reading Ice Fishing Contest…Blue Gill Chowder
Hello everyone! Thank you for letting me take a month break from posting. I enjoyed a little vacation and some family time. In the mean time, I have created lots of new recipes and I am very excited to share them with you all! But first I have some great news to share. We… Continue reading Wild Venison Burgundy as seen on Minnesota Bound