Got a goose lurking in your freezer? Or three? Try these dry rub goose poppers? I know they’re not our favorite to eat. But they are fun to hunt. Fun to watch them circle a field, the oldest old goose craning her neck like an upside down periscope to check out the safety of the […]
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We are all now deep in the heart of grilling season. Have any pale-meated upland birds left in the freezer? This teriyaki kabobs with wasabi gamebird recipe will not only brighten your day, but make you glad you’re a meat eater. Feel free to marinate the bird longer if you’re worried about its tenderness. And […]
It’s finally warm here in Montana. Maybe in Mississippi it’s been summer for a while, but it comes slow here in Montana—and in spurts. Warm days, then a blizzard. Warm days, then cold rain. Warm days, then WHOP!! Hot day. Take the hubs out or plant your garden in mid-May and you’re just asking for […]
I know it’s pretty warm right now to be cooking anything in the kitchen, but as long as you leave the smoked serrano chilies to the end, it’s a perfect recipe to do with your Instapot. I have to admit I resisted the Instapot for the first few years of its popularity. Partly because I […]
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean we have to stop making sweets. Especially, rich chocolate treats like these that don’t have to get baked in a hot oven. If you’re watching your weight, I’d suggest frozen grapes instead, cause these cookie dough truffles are what our PH in Africa would classify as calorie ‘bombs.’ My […]
Caribbean Dry Rub Steaks for a Totally Grilled Dinner Serves 4 Despite the somewhat longish list of ingredients, this is a simple, quick cooking recipe. The steaks get treated overnight to a delicious dry rub, then you cut a few veggies in half, wipe with oil and grill for a total of 10 minutes of […]
I wrote this fish tacos recipe originally for my ice fishing friends, using perch. Since they ice fished 50 days a winter, when the ice cooperated, they needed another recipe or two to vary the dinner fare. I prefer fishing when it’s warmer, and really enjoy the thrill of pike when they’re spawning. So that’s […]
A Tasty Pheasant Salad Recipe for warm weather—and a variation to please everyone I’m like a lot of old rifle powders: temperature sensitive. Not that I can’t hunt when it’s too cold or too hot, but other things. First there’s my reading material. I don’t read books about climbing Everest, ‘conquering’ the South Pole or […]
Barbecue Marinated Venison Jerky Strips: A venison jerky recipe with all of the things we love–even a nod to Cinqo de Mayo! This one is from my wild game cookbook, Stalking the Wild Jerky, that has 100 recipes for all kinds of jerky. There’s a bacon jerky for wild turkey breast, and a venison jerky recipe […]
Looking for a game bird recipe? Maybe a wild pig recipe? A recipe that will serve about anything you hunt? Wild game burgoo is a multi-specie, any-game-animal recipe that is as traditional as wood stocks and tree stands. And even though this particular recipe doesn’t use venison, there’s no reason why it can’t. Burgoo is […]