An October hunting trip off the Gunflint Trail produced ridiculous autumn scenery, ruffed grouse, and an appetizing culinary education for the author last week.
Bloggers on Cooking
With a turkey in the freezer and morel mushrooms in the bag, the author has enjoyed some outstanding spring opportunities in Michigan’s great outdoors.
There are dozen if not hundreds of ways to cook prime cuts of venison, but what do you do with the tougher cuts like the neck and shanks besides grinding them for hamburger?
When it comes to fresh meat, nothing beats this season’s latest deer kill
Venison shish-kabobs are a good way to make use of extra meat
A few months back, a friend of mine opened up to me about his secret passion for woodcock hunting. I, too, have an undeniable love affair with the American timberdoodle. This migrating aspen and alder tornado is an awesome game bird for pointing dogs and an under-appreciated challenge for wingshooters. This same anonymous friend shared with me a woodcock recipe…
Many communities hold meals to sample harvests
A celebration of pheasants, grouse, ducks and other upland game reminds us where our food comes from – the land
Whether it’s waterfowl, white-tailed deer, small game, or turkey, an increasing percentage of hunters are heading afield “for the meat.”
The best salmon recipies are often the ones you use for other species of fish.
Amateur game chefs can impress with Hank Shaw’s German-influenced pheasant wiener schnitzel
Hunting and fishing are a huge part of the outdoor experience for sportsmen. However, it doesn’t have to stop there. Preparing your fish and game can add some flavor (pun intended) to your overall enjoyment and satisfaction, allow you to experiment with how it's prepared and ultimately how it tastes as you complete the cycle. I love cooking. My favorite…