Cooking with Wild Game · Life lessons

Answering a Listener’s Question on Venison

Lisa, I listened to you on WCCO radio not too long ago and looked at your wild chow website.  It is very helpful.  I need help with venison.  I have chops and roast left from a deer I shot last fall and I am looking for  help.  Too often the cook books I find and… Continue reading Answering a Listener’s Question on Venison

Cooking with Wild Game · Life lessons · Minnesota Bound Recipes · Recipes

Cooking Pheasant 101: Do Not Over Cook

I must of spent 10 years eating disgusting pheasant, then 5 more, trying to hide it in the freezer from my husband so he wouldn't attempt to cook it himself (Sorry honey it was just plain bad). I tried many different recipes, but they all had one thing in common, a long cooking time. I… Continue reading Cooking Pheasant 101: Do Not Over Cook

Life lessons · Recipes

Teaching Kids How to Cook : Tomato Soup

This is Leo. He is 13. Yup, he is....13. There is so much I could say about being 13. This is my third time being the parent of a 13 year old. One more to go too. Do you feel sorry for me? You should. If you can't relate just read Dr Jekyll and Mr.… Continue reading Teaching Kids How to Cook : Tomato Soup

Cooking with Wild Game · Life lessons

New Cooking Segment Host with Minnesota Bound

I am excited to share a new and exciting opportunity for me! I will be cooking on the Minnesota bound TV show as their new cooking segment host. We filmed 5 episodes last week and they will start airing in September. I will be posting the recipes on my Blog at http://www.wild-chow.com and they will… Continue reading New Cooking Segment Host with Minnesota Bound

Life lessons

Log Rolling

I know this has nothing to do with cooking...actually it does. Because if I wasn't in the kitchen cooking I would have never seen my boys trying to log roll. My kitchen window over looks the lake. The neighbors had a tree fall in the lake. Nothing in this picture may look strange to you,… Continue reading Log Rolling

Life lessons · The Family

Wisconsin’s Fishing Opener is coming soon!

I can't wait for fishing opener next weekend! Check out this Northern Pike my husband caught off the dock this past Saturday night. This little monster was the biggest fish we had caught in a long time at home. I wish you could have heard our boys screaming as they ran all over the yard… Continue reading Wisconsin’s Fishing Opener is coming soon!

Cooking with Wild Game · Life lessons · The Family

Swan Soup

I don't like to be  awakened in the middle of the night. After giving birth to 4 children I figured I've put in my time in -in the sleepless nights department. I especially don't like it if it is by someone attempting to play a horrible song on the trumpet at 3 am! Occasionally, as… Continue reading Swan Soup

Life lessons

Out Of South Africa…

  South Africa is a country of extremes. Extreme wealth to extreme poverty, extreme love to extreme hatred, and the list could go on. I am more grateful for the United States and all her faults than before I left. I have come away from South Africa permanently changed by her people and their love.… Continue reading Out Of South Africa…