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How to Can Game Meat

Here's another way to enjoy your fall harvest.

How to Be a Hunting Client

What exactly are the standards for excruciatingly correct behavior on a guided hunt?

The Best Venison Recipes Ever

This old whitetail hunter fell in love with venison years ago. Now I'm out to prove that it's more than just another game meat.

Georgia Pellegrini's Mouthwatering Venison Recipe

Georgia Pellegrini is a different kind of hunter. She's a tasteful, stylish food artisan with a bit of gritty, shotgun-toting gal mixed in. It's a combo that's hard to ignore.

How to Age and Braise Venison

The key to delicious venison is aging it properly. Just like a good twelve ounce T-bone at the best steak house in town, venison needs a lot of hang time.

How to Make Duck Confit

Confit is a centuries-old method for salt curing a piece of meat, usually goose, duck or sometimes hog, then poaching it in its own fat.

How to Make Smoked Venison Kielbasa

Making kielbasa, a descendent of an Eastern European sausage, is a fun experiment and a chance to conjure your early human roots.

How to Render and Use Wild Game Fat

A meat's distinctive flavors reside in the fat, and with wild animals, it is all dependent on what they have been eating and where they came from.

How to Make Pheasant with Roasted Apples

This recipe is one of my favorites. It is creamy, rich and sweet and includes all the things that go well with pheasant, namely apples and cream.

How to Make Bacon

Even individuals who reject gun ownership and hunting—and some vegetarians—have a hard time resisting fresh bacon made from a wild hog.

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