Recipe Venison Split Pea Soup Lead

Recipe: Venison Shank Split Pea Soup

Curing and smoking venison shanks provides many recipe options, but using a couple of them to make split pea soup with plenty of meat is a perfect meal for hunting camp.

Recipe: Venison Schnitzel Cordon Bleu

This delicious venison cordon bleu recipe is quick and easy to make, and is sure to be a new family favorite.  

How to Cook the Perfect Flat Iron Steak

This delectable muscle lies wide, long and flat on the front shoulder, leading many hunters who butcher their own game to simply grind it for burger or sausage. That’s a mistake.

Recipe: Duck Breast with Figs and Smoked Cheese

This recipe has a short list of ingredients but strongly delivers on flavor. Duck and fruit go well together, and adding a rich cheese is a great way to create a new and exciting meal.

Recipe: Elk Medley with Peppers and Tomatoes

This delicious elk recipe is packed with flavor and is quick and easy to make.

Recipe: Mozzarella Moose Meatballs

Fresh mozzarella balls are the ideal meatball center. When baked perfectly, the cheese completely melts, leaving the meat moist and flavorful.

Recipe: Duck Popper Pasta

If you’re a fan of traditional poppers, this recipe is sure to be a new favorite.

Recipe: Pulled Goose Enchiladas

Before new waterfowl seasons begin, it’s a good time to learn to slow-cook the remaining goose meat in your freezer to “pull it” for use in this delicious Mexican dish.

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.

Recipe: Curried Duck Breasts

Large ducks like pintails, mallards and gadwall, provide lots of protein to feed a family or hunting camp. Served on a bed of long-grain rice, this recipe could quickly become your favorite aromatic fowl recipe.

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