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Top Wild-Game Cookbooks (Page 2)

There are plenty of cookbooks still on the market that are useful tools in guiding you in your wild endeavors in the kitchen.

What are your favorite “go to” books when cooking wild foods?

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4 Responses to Top Wild-Game Cookbooks (Page 2)

Nick K wrote:
October 11, 2011

Fergus and Hugh are among my favorite food guys in the world. Both preach and teach an enormous respect for the animals that feed us, and their recipes are very good too. I dream of doing Hugh's jugged hare someday.

Scott Mayson wrote:
September 01, 2011

I've hunted everything from antelope to zebra and cooked it all. I have many cookbooks, but my all-time favorite is "The Complete Venison Cookbook" by Harold Webster Jr. It has the best variety of dishes, the recipes are easy to prepare, and the all delicious. It is not the fanciest cookbook, but it may be the best!

Paul Jensen wrote:
August 31, 2011

I look forward to seeing the book. I believe it will come in quite handy even though I am not a girl. I am cooking many of my recipes, some of which cam from my Mom, and others from fellow hunters on my website

Stan Yockey wrote:
August 22, 2011

Good for you, Georgia! I am not a professional chef, but I, too, am writing a cookbook based on stories from 45 years of hunting and fishing, and I'll look forward to seeing your finished work. My approach to recipes will be to offer a home-kitchen approach, using practical techniques and readily-available ingredients: there is nothing more frustrating for me than having to use five or six pots and pans (as if I had a sous chef and a dishwasher on the payroll!) and/or finding that a key ingredient is not available in my current back-water town of Richmond Hill, Georgia! Anyhow, I'd enjoy discussing approaches, receipes and ideas if that's of any interest to you! All The Best,