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Flu advice from my mother: Chicken Soup, rest, and lots of fluids

Flu season is in full swing. There are not many things worse than being sick. I remember as a child, being very ill and my mother requiring three things. First, we were relegated to our rooms, with the door closed. Two, we were not allow to get out of bed and three; she would stuff… Continue reading Flu advice from my mother: Chicken Soup, rest, and lots of fluids

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# 10 Or the # 1 Thing to Know About Cooking Wild Game! Plus 2 Easy Recipes

No. 10 Do not overcook lean cuts of wild game! Wild game is leaner than domestic meats. Wild game is very low in fat. What fats you do find, are subcutaneous. You will also find that there is very little to nonexistent marbled fat in the meat itself. While it’s true, marbled meats will seem,… Continue reading # 10 Or the # 1 Thing to Know About Cooking Wild Game! Plus 2 Easy Recipes

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# 7 of 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

The perfect Friday night meal to have a City Slicker try wild game! No. 7 If you cook it, they will eat it- I have a few friends that I call city slickers (I used to be one too). Some of them hardly even leave the city! Many of them had never eaten wild game… Continue reading # 7 of 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

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# 6 of10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

No. 6 All recipes are not created alike Many people will assume they can take a pheasant recipe and exchange it for a duck or goose recipe and expect it to taste good or worse, chicken! Pheasant and ducks are very different. Although they are both birds they have very different lifestyles. One migrates the… Continue reading # 6 of10 Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

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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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# 2 Of Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game

Pheasant is so good and easy to cook! No.2 In some cases target practice optional, in others mandatory Have you ever bitten in to a BB? If you have it will definitely make you more cautious the next time you eat a game bird. Or pulled a wild (any hair is bad, wild or not)… Continue reading # 2 Of Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Cooking Wild Game