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# 5 Of 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

No. 5 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,… Continue reading # 5 Of 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

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Minnesota bound State Fair Granola Recipe

Hello everyone! So glad you stopped by to see me! I have been so busy with some super fun cooking demos and coordinating events for Trollhaugen Ski Area. Thank you for all the interest in the granola recipe. As you saw on MN Bound, it's super easy! I love granola and it's a healthy snack… Continue reading Minnesota bound State Fair Granola Recipe

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Ice Fishing Contest…Blue Gill Chowder

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

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Wild Venison Burgundy as seen on Minnesota Bound

  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

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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

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Blue-Gill Chowder

I love fishing. I have been fishing since I could walk. I never get tired of seeing my boys enjoy the sport too. What I do get tired of, is figuring out what to do with 3 or four small fish that they have caught and it's not enough to feed the family. Not long… Continue reading Blue-Gill Chowder

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Secrets of Cooking with Wild Game: Water Fowl

I find it kind of humorous that word fowl is also a word used to describe something bad.  An example would be, "oh my, that skunk smells foul!" Unfortunately, most hunters I come across that hunt ducks and geese share their disastrous cooking stories of "foul" fowl with me. I must admit I don't get… Continue reading Secrets of Cooking with Wild Game: Water Fowl

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Good-bye Pheasant, Hello Fish! Blueberry Pheasant Pie

I’m pulling the last pheasant out of the freezer today. One of the odd signs that spring is here is the depleting meat supply in my freezer. Because Hunting occurs in the fall, wild game takes up half the freezer.  The 4H kids winning cattle entry- meat makes up the other half after the local… Continue reading Good-bye Pheasant, Hello Fish! Blueberry Pheasant Pie