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Arteflame is the New Official Grill of the NRA

Proudly display your support for the Second Amendment while cooking your favorite game meat in style with the new official NRA grill from Arteflame.

Five Wild-Game Grilling Tips

The author serves up her top five tips for getting the most out of cooking on a grill, particularly if you decide to cook wild game.

Five Regional Wild Game Dishes

Recipes and cooking styles differ throughout the United States, and wild game isn't an exception. Here are five regional dishes you can infuse with game meat.

Sous Vide Simplified

Sous vide is a French style of cooking introduced in the 1960s. The term translates to “under vacuum”; with it, food is sealed in a leakproof container to cook in a water bath. It may become your favorite way to cook game.

10 Steps to Tastier Wild Turkey

Maintaining moisture may be the most difficult thing about cooking wild turkey. Trade the turkey nuggets for our easy, whole-bird recipe, and you won't regret it.

Recipe: Beer and Maple Glazed Venison

This recipe is great for lean wild game where keeping the meat moist while cooking is critical, and features a unique glaze built with sweet spice and ingredients to add a candied finish.

Six Secrets that Professional Chefs Will Never Share... Until Now!

You don't get to be a professional chef without knowing a thing or two about cooking—and in order to protect your job, you have to protect the tricks of the trade. Georgia Pellegrini has spilled the beans on a few professional secrets, though—and you should consider putting them to use on your wild game dishes this summer.

Recipe: Jelly-Crutched Game Bird

Jelly made from wild berries is a fantastic way to add moisture to birds when cooking, and herbs add just enough flavor to make you want to cook more. A Texas Crutch is often used when cooking venison, where broth is added to a foil vessel to braise or simmer the meat. This recipe uses jelly, to becomes a sweet liquid when heated, adding moisture and flavor to your birds.

Recipe: Can’t Beet It Snow Goose

If you haven’t been a big fan of snow goose meat in the past, this recipe is for you. Cooking the meat in a slow cooker results in extremely tender meat, and the added beets enhance the natural color and flavor.

How to Tenderize Tough Meat

Some cuts of game meat can seem especially difficult to make tender. Whether through aging or proper cooking technique, these tips will ensure the cuts from your next head of game are every bit the trophy the rest of the hunt represents.

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