Recipe: Duck & Date Rolls
Fruit is often paired with waterfowl to enhance taste and keep the meat moist. While often overlooked, dates are sweet, dense and full of fiber. This simple recipe transforms a simple duck breast into a succulent dinner, and will leave your friends and family asking for seconds.
Recipe: Wild Turkey Manicotti
This manicotti recipe is great way to use turkey legs to feed family and friends, and is an easy meal to prepare and bring to your next hunting camp.
Recipe: Snow Goose Spread
Snow goose is fine-grained meat that breaks down easily, making it the ideal candidate for a spread. Despite the bad rap it’s often given as table fare, roasted snow goose can compete with any protein needed to make a special starter to your dinner party.
Recipe: Unstuffed Venison Cabbage Rolls
Venison lends itself well to unstuffed cabbage rolls, as the lean meat and rice hold its flavor with other simple ingredients. This is a great dish to make for hunting camp, as it can feed a small crew for several days.
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.
Five Great Summer Flavor Pairings For Wild Game
Summer provides a great opportunity step out of your comfort zone when cooking. Ready to shake things up? Here are five wild-game flavor pairings to consider.
A summer favorite and easy to cook on the grill, kebabs open the door for variety. Next time around, try them with quail.
Cooking for a Cause
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Hunting Season, Brought to Table
A simple, elegant and approachable way to cook your game meats brought to you by professional chef, hunter and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America Matthew Cosenzo.
Recipe: Turkey Hunter's Wreath
This recipe will make anyone want to keep their turkey legs and thighs after their next successful hunt.