Recipes · Salads

The Maple Syrup…Is Running Down My Chin

Maple syrup has been flowing every spring throughout the centuries. It has been a staple on many American breakfast tables for years. Unfortunately, many Americans settle for something that remotely resembles real maple syrup, maple flavored corn syrup. The real thing is rich in flavor and with all the bad press on corn syrup; I… Continue reading The Maple Syrup…Is Running Down My Chin

Pheasant · Recipes

# 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

Recipes · Venison

First Time Hunter: Bags the Big-Little

I did it. I am a Hunter. This blog is for all the women whose husband's hunt (guys show this to your gals). This post is for anyone who wonders what it's like to hunt. This story is for the new hunter so they can know what to expect. I will post later this week… Continue reading First Time Hunter: Bags the Big-Little

Pheasant · Recipes

# 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

Minnesota Bound Recipes · Pheasant · Recipes

# 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

Desserts · Drinks · Recipes

Wild About Berries; Wild Berry Parfaits

I love fresh berries. They are bursting with flavor and they are really good for you! As most of you know wild berries are smaller than the berries you can buy in the store, but that doesn't mean you can't use them as an addition to a recipe that calls for store-bought berries. Wild berries… Continue reading Wild About Berries; Wild Berry Parfaits

Beef · Recipes · Venison

German Beef Rolauden Favorite Fall Foods!

This is one of my favorite meals! Served with mashed potatoes and corn souffle! Let fall come! Go away heat...I want to COOK! German Rolauden (Beef Rolls) Serves 6 12 slices of thin cut steak meat (at least 3x6 rectangles) You can always use Venison for this recipe. Be careful when you are cutting the… Continue reading German Beef Rolauden Favorite Fall Foods!

Cooking with Wild Game

Fixing Freezer Burn

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