Here is a straight forward, simple meat sauce you can do with any ground game and any type of noodle. Its basically an Italian bolognese without pancetta, and not nearly cooked as long. I’m doing this one with venison, but we’ve had it with ground rabbit, turkey and beef (I didn’t shoot the cow, that […]Read More Nick’s Meat Sauce
Duck does not have to be complicated. I can’t count the number of times I’ve been told how gamey duck is, or that it needs to be smoked, or that you have to marinate it for hours to cut the flavor. I’m here to present a recipe that would argue otherwise. Start with a duck. […]Read More Duck – the easy way
It never fails. Each December, when I put on two layers of socks and pull on my rubber boots to go stomping through some cattails, I do it alone. Plots of public land crawling with pheasant hunters in October, haven’t seen boots on the ground since the first real cold front hit. If I can […]Read More Late Season Pheasants – Don’t Quit!
This is a short, but super important post! Do not throw out your venison ribs! I can not tell you the number of people I have heard from that don’t keep the ribs. It blows my mind. Here are the things you need to know to change your butchering practices. -First things first, they are […]Read More PSA — DON’T throw out your ribs!
Bread is not something you’ll find me foraging, but it is one of the most overlooked DIY kitchen tricks that you can learn to do. Making your own bread at home will impress your girlfriend, wife or friends, make your house smell like a delicious bakery and leave you with a lasting sense of accomplishment […]Read More Bread – a key kitchen staple
One of a hunters most important traits, is versatility. I take that to heart every time I am in the field, especially in the middle of the fall hunting season when so much game is in open season. I went out to explore some western Minnesota public land that I hadn’t put eyes on before, […]Read More Mixed bag hunting
BBQ is one of my favorite ways to do any small gamebird, and I just discovered it as a wild game technique this year! The following recipe was applied to doves, but works equally as well on woodcock, grouse, pidgeon or any other small game bird you’ve harvested, regardless of whether or not it contains white […]Read More BBQ Dove