The pesto is from Tender is the Wild, the cooking method from Slice of the Wild: both available at www.riflesandrecipes.com https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/slice-of-the-wild/ https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/tenderize-the-wild-marinades-brines-rubs/ If you’ve never roasted big game, or cooked indirectly on your grill, there are a couple of tricks. Let’s start with the grill. To cook indirectly, you put the fire on one end of the […]
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One of many side dish recipes that pair well with wild game, from Tenderize the Wild: Marinades, brines and rubs https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/tenderize-the-wild-marinades-brines-rubs/ Every summer, we grow spaghetti squash. Right now, in mid-July, the blossoms have just made their appearance. But we don’t eat the blossoms. We wait until late August, when the rinds have turned hard. […]
The Cure for Sharptails—and any other bird you don’t particularly love to eat unembellished From Upland Game Bird Cookery (Hard cover, 100 recipes, with lots of game care photos, $20) https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/upland-game-bird-cookery/ A few years ago, John and I were hunting upland birds on the prairie, and ran across a rather large covey of sharptail grouse gorging […]
German Girl’s Rub Grilled Kabobs with Brined Corn on the Cob Serves 4 Both these recipes come from Tenderize the Wild: Marinades, brines and rubs https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/tenderize-the-wild-marinades-brines-rubs/ I don’t like paying the price for commercially prepared spice mixes when I’m perfectly capable of putting a few things together for a lot less money. Gideon’s Grub Rub was […]
The first time I ordered a steak marinated in coffee at a restaurant I was so excited. (Coffee has to be one of my favorite foods.) But there was no real coffee flavor. No vibrant zing. No buzz. Then I remembered: coffee’s an acid, only slightly less acidic than wine and tomato (which you have […]
A variation on the Hot Brats in Sausage Season: https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/wild-game-sausage-recipes/ Fourth of July is coming soon, and if you have a bit of big game meat in your freezer, you have what you need to make your own hot brats on the grill. This is a small recipe, a pound and a half, but if you […]
A Pair of Special Potato Salad Recipes (plus what you’ll need for next week’s brats) Summer has finally arrived, though officially not for 2 weeks, and I’ve cleaned up the barbecue. These last few semi-cool days, I’ve been making sausage, and planning ahead to both Flag Day (June 14) and the Fourth. Having taken French […]
Italian Fennel Sausage Pizza Yields one 12” pizza https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/rifle-loony-news-membership/ https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/wild-game-sausage-recipes/ This pizza recipe appeared in the latest issue of Rifle Loony News, but here I have more room to elaborate. So let’s do that. For the RLN pizza I used grated mozzarella cheese, but if you can find a better mozzarella, say packed in […]
Pop-Kabobs – The Perfect Sharp Tailed Grouse Recipe serves 8 From Upland Game Bird Cookery: https://www.riflesandrecipes.com/product/upland-game-bird-cookery/ This recipe was originally written for sharp tailed grouse, in my Upland Game Bird Cookery book Ducks Unlimited published a few years ago. I’d been asked to write it for Fall 2001 by DU, but 9/11 intervened. That changed things […]
Bologna Jerky For 1 pound of sliced red meat John and I both love this jerky–as does everyone else we share it with. It’s partly using white pepper instead of black: it’s just a bit sharper than black pepper. Then there’s the coriander, ginger, mustard and nutmeg. It all makes for a dynamic ‘flavor profile’ […]