Food in the News

Buckeye Sportsman Radio to Showcase Outdoor News Cooking Feature

Ohio Outdoor News, one of the seven Outdoor News titles published by Outdoor News, Inc., invites listeners in the Buckeye State to tune in this holiday weekend to the Buckeye Sportsman weekly radio broadcast. The Dec. 23 show will feature longtime cooking-related Outdoor News contributor, author Eileen Clarke. Ohio Outdoor News Editor Mike Moore, and Buckeye Sportsman host Dan Armitage,…

Taste of the Wild to Feature Jon Wipfli Venison Recipe

Outdoor News recipe feature for wild game and fish to profile excerpt from new cookbook in January 2018

In Venison, you’ll find more than thirty recipes for venison—with accompanying accoutrements and sides, all gorgeously photographed by destination photographer, Matt Lien, the result is a venison book like no other that will appeal to outdoorsmen, gourmands, and adventurous home cooks alike!

3 Wild Game Cookbooks For Holiday Giving

For the individual who is new to wild game cooking, or for the home chef that wants to elevate their wild game and fish menu, we've got three of the hottest cookbooks!

    If you know someone who appreciates the connection between the field and their dinner plate, we’ve got three of this season’s newest cookbooks that would make an excellent gift idea! Venison: The Slay to Gourmet Field to Kitchen CookbookHardcover $25 Venison: The Slay to Gourmet Field to Kitchen Cookbook Author: Jon Wipfli; photography by Matt Lien Raised in…

2017 Outdoor News Taste of the Wild: Recipes and More Contest

How to enter the 2017 Outdoor News Taste of the Wild Recipes and More Contest:

We’ve got some great prizes that we’ll be awarding to folks who share their recipes or stories with us through the “Recipes and More” contest brought to you by the Outdoor News Taste of the Wild cooking feature. We will award 8 people one of the revolutionary new tools to prepare your food: the “wonderbag”. One winner will get an…

INTRODUCING THE WONDERBAG

The new cooking revolution is unplugged

      Requiring no external power source and using traditional heat-retention to cook your dishes, the wonderbag allows food that was brought to a boil by conventional methods to cook for up to 12 hours without any additional power or supervision. The principle of retained-heat cooking is simple: in conventional cooking, any heat applied to the pot after it…