Cooking with Wild Game

No. 4 of 10 Things Everone Should know About Cooking Wild Game

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

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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