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Deer Heart in Red Sauce

Deer Heart in Red Sauce

A deer's heart is just too tasty to leave in a gut pile for the...
Hunting Ethics and You

Hunting Ethics and You

When hunting discussions evolve into conversations about ethics, most of us jump into the fray...
Caribou by You

Caribou by You

Want to leave your whitetail comfort zone? Want to pursue large, exotic game of North...
A Backpack Hunter’s Must-Have Equipment List

A Backpack Hunter’s Must-Have Equipment List

Karen Mehall Phillips had the chance to train for a grueling backcountry hunt at Magpul's...
Turkey Shepherd’s Pie

Turkey Shepherd’s Pie

Turkey season is a thrilling time—it’s so uncertain and adrenaline pumping. And when you put...
Hit the NRA Annual Meetings Floor for Special Events

Hit the NRA Annual Meetings Floor for Special Events

Here’s what you can do and see Saturday, Apr. 11, at the 144th NRA Annual...
Wing to Table

Wing to Table

The flavor of waterfowl resembles red meat more than any poultry. So why cook ducks...
5 Kitchen Essentials for the Hunter

5 Kitchen Essentials for the Hunter

A hunter and chef outlines must-have tools for every hunters who cooks his own game.
Korean-Style Venison

Korean-Style Venison

Bulgogi is a marinated, sliced beef that is grilled over fire, or a stove top...
American Hunter's 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

American Hunter's 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Finding the right one amidst a flooded marketplace can be a challenge. In an effort...
Must-Have Camping Gear

Must-Have Camping Gear

Have a camping trip on the horizon and need to refresh your gear collection? Here...
Pheasant Confit

Pheasant Confit

To “confit” something, is to cure it in salt and then cook it slowly in...
From The Cookbook: Old Fashioned Hasenpfeffer with Spaetzles

From The Cookbook: Old Fashioned Hasenpfeffer with Spaetzles

The NRA Member's Wild Game Cookbook, Second Edition, is a collection of common and unique...
Wild Game Cooking: From Field to Table

Wild Game Cooking: From Field to Table

Scott and Tiffany Haugen led a wild-game cooking seminar at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings...
From The Cookbook: Venison Cornbread Cake

From The Cookbook: Venison Cornbread Cake

The NRA Member's Wild Game Cookbook, Second Edition, is a collection of common and unique...
What's the Best Wild-Game Meat?

What's the Best Wild-Game Meat?

Assistant Online Editor Sarah Smith Barnum wants your input on what the best wild-game meat...
Venison Risotto

Venison Risotto

During the long cold months, when it seems like winter may never end, Georgia Pellegrini...
5 Things to Keep in Mind When Having Your Game Meat Processed

5 Things to Keep in Mind When Having Your Game Meat Processed

Whether you plan to do it yourself, or intend to use a butcher, here are...
A Ride-Along with Stewards of Africa's Wild

A Ride-Along with Stewards of Africa's Wild

Africa keeps its wildlife wild and free only by adhering to a strict conservation philosophy...
Is Twice-Frozen Game Meat Still Good to Eat?

Is Twice-Frozen Game Meat Still Good to Eat?

For years, Jeff Johnston has heard that allowing venison to thaw and then re-freezing it...
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