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Spicy Venison & Black Bean Stir-Fry

Not to be confused with a Southwestern bean dish, this recipe is a somewhat spicy version of a traditional Asian stir-fry. As with any stir-fry, you’ll spend more time prepping than cooking. Just make sure that all of your ingredients are chopped and ready to go before you fire up the wok or skillet. The […]

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Wild Game Meat Pie

When I see several packages of different meats in my freezer, one recipe always comes to mind: a traditional English meat pie. It’s really rewarding to use the seasonal bounty from the previous fall with a recipe like this. While it may be foreign to many Americans, there’s something so satisfying about a savory meat pie like this, especially on a mid-winter’s day. As with fruit pies, I love the idea of stuffing […]

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Deep Fried Wild Turkey Cutlets

The best part of bringing home a nice spring gobbler is by far the table fare. A wild turkey is tender when cooked properly and flavorful as wild meat gets. To ensure the best flavor and texture of your gobbler’s breast meat, take a few of these simple tips of preparation and put a bit […]

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Smoked Venison Burger

Firing up the smoker isn’t always convenient, like in the dead of winter, or when you’re just short on time. Here’s a way to give you smoke-flavored burgers anytime. You can slap make these smoke-flavored venison patties right on a hot grill or freeze them for later. To freeze, place smoked patties on a lightly […]

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Venison Taco Corn Bread Casserole

With lots of folks considering the stash of venison or game meat they have hiding in the back of the freezer, and looking for recipes that tap the supplies you’ve already got in the pantry, we’ve got a recipe that allows you to use venison or swap the protein for turkey or even goose meat. […]

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Dandelion & Honey Fritter

I attempted dandelion fritters last spring, and while I was happy with the overall recipe, the dandelion part came out a bit bitter. It was late that night, and I got lazy, so I left the sepals on– the green bottom part underneath the petals. This year, I picked only the yellow parts and discarded […]

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Frogs Taste Just Like Chicken

If you are itching to catch some nighttime bullfrogs, you should find out when the open season is in your area and what methods you can use to hunt bullfrogs in your state. As long as you have a license and a few simple frogging tools, catching bullfrogs can be an enjoyable summer activity. A […]

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Delicious Walleye Minestrone

    2 tablespoons olive oil½ cup chopped onion (green or yellow) ½ cup diced red (or green) bell pepper 2  (28 oz each) cans diced tomatoes – do not drain ½ cup water 2 teaspoons sugar 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning ½ teaspoon sea salt ¼ teaspoon garlic powder 1/8 to ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper […]

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Wild Garlic Mustard Hummus

Anyone who’s anyone eats hummus. The first time I had hummus, I was also introduced to brie. I was probably 14 or 15 years old at the time, and somehow ended up at a fancy house party somewhere in Los Angeles. My friend and I felt like riff-raff– as if being teenagers wasn’t awkward enough– […]

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