Scott and Tiffany Haugen led a wild-game cooking seminar at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. See what they taught us.
Wild game is nothing like the meat you find on store shelves, and preparing it wrong can lead to disaster. Here are some wild game cooking mistakes you can avoid.
Turn your hard-earned game meat into mouthwatering meals.
Make sure your wild game is tender, flavorful and doesn't go to waste with these essential kitchen tools.
A New Hampshire culinary seminar benefits youth and the outdoors.
Tips for cooking in the classic cast-iron Dutch oven.
If you chase gobblers throughout the spring, you might be looking for new ways to cook and enjoy them. The light filling of vegetables and rich turkey meat in this spring roll recipe is sure delight to your taste buds.
The key to great goose is in the processing and the cooking. Here's a how-to guide on getting the most of out of grilled goose.
Cooking grouse with apricots and fragrant spices is reminiscent of the tart and often tangy berries that grow in the wild, which naturally make a great accompaniment for the forest grouse.
With bacon and butter added to the mix, this recipe is simple, yet tastes like you’ve spent days cooking the meat to perfection.