Category: Recipes

When the World Gives You Venison Liver…

…make something impressive, even elegant like the country pate’ (terrine) I found from ChefSteps! So many times, we scour the internet (or cookbooks for those who like to go “old school”) for new ways to serve up our harvested wild game meat. For years,… Continue Reading “When the World Gives You Venison Liver…”

Labor Day Whitewing Hunt! What Do I Do With These Birds?

Well, it’s Labor Day weekend in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. That means that the Deerslayer (Doveslayer) family has come from far and wide to hunt whitewing doves. It’s an annual event that has taken place for as many years as I’ve been… Continue Reading “Labor Day Whitewing Hunt! What Do I Do With These Birds?”

Wild Turkey Thanksgiving and the Zombie Apocalypse

Among those of us who have embraced the hunting lifestyle, there seem to be two different camps or schools of thought regarding how to bring to the table the meat that has been harvested.  There are those who rely solely on their tried-and-true, time-tested… Continue Reading “Wild Turkey Thanksgiving and the Zombie Apocalypse”

Elegant Pumpkin Soup… It’s Time!

Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is almost here.  I know I’m not the only person around who still has several decorative pumpkins artistically placed around my home and, yes, even at the hunting ranch.  I do this every year.  They represent my favorite time… Continue Reading “Elegant Pumpkin Soup… It’s Time!”

Faux-so Buco

I’m always looking for new wild game recipes and methods for cooking the meat that fills my freezers, particularly at this time of year when I’m trying to finish up last year’s harvest. Sometimes I stumble upon a fabulous recipe that’s just exactly what… Continue Reading “Faux-so Buco”

How to Do a Birthday Cake at the Hunting Camp

The Deerslayer family recently converged at the ranch to celebrate two birthdays, Deerslayer’s and one daughter’s who drove in from college. Don’t forget that it’s been hotter than stink in Texas and the thought of heating up the cabin by baking a cake didn’t… Continue Reading “How to Do a Birthday Cake at the Hunting Camp”

Why Sous Vide is Perfect for the Hunting Camp

Imagine….. autumn has arrived and it’s time to head out to the hunting camp. There’s so much to do! There are feeders to fill, game cameras to check, brush to cut. With all the work to be done, often supper gets “put on the… Continue Reading “Why Sous Vide is Perfect for the Hunting Camp”

Hunters, This is a Game-Changer! Sous Vide Cooking for Wild Game

I’ve never thought of myself as a trend setter. Nor have I ever been one of those people who stands in line to be the first to own the newest gadget. More of a traditionalist, I’d say. I keep my phone until is seizes… Continue Reading “Hunters, This is a Game-Changer! Sous Vide Cooking for Wild Game”

Leftover Venison Shanks! Yay!

Of course it was a wonderful Christmas holiday!  The family was together and there was no shortage of food.  As a special treat for our older daughter, I prepared Hank Shaw’s Venison Shanks in Garlic Wine sauce using meat from the deer that she harvested… Continue Reading “Leftover Venison Shanks! Yay!”

Hunters, Read This Before It’s Too Late!

Okay, this isn’t actually an emergency.  But it IS one of those things that needs to be said early in the hunting season.  Read on. As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Hank Shaw, celebrated author of several outstanding wild game… Continue Reading “Hunters, Read This Before It’s Too Late!”

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