Drunken Wild Game Fries & Guinness Gravy

Yesterday was National Beer day and what better way to celebrate than with some good old pub grub. This recipe pairs perfectly with any red wild game meat you have. I’ve cooked this recipe with Venison, elk, bear and wild sheep. The slow cooker breaks down the meat and it becomes tender and juicy. Also for those of you worried about the beer that goes … Continue reading Drunken Wild Game Fries & Guinness Gravy

Simple Venison & Broccoli

Cooking with my daughter has to be one of my favorite things to do in this world! Tonight we created one of her favorite meals using our favorite meat on this planet…. VENISON!    Enjoy this super simple recipe that the whole family will love.             Simple Venison & Broccoli (Beef & Broccoli Style)   Ingredients: 1 pound Venison, thinly sliced 2 cups … Continue reading Simple Venison & Broccoli

Never Be Ashamed.. Interview of Anna Delattre

This world of instant fame through social media can affect people in different ways. I was private messaged by a female friend who simple wrote. “Your post about fake hunters really hit home. This year I killed a 4point buck with my bow at 34yards he died about 75yards from where I shot him. I was so proud of myself for getting a deer with … Continue reading Never Be Ashamed.. Interview of Anna Delattre

Wild Pheasant Parmesan & Mozzarella Sandwiches 

One question I get asked often is “How can I cook pheasant different?” This question has a simple answer, “However you want!” Pheasant is one of the most versatile upland game meats. Roughly the size of a small chicken with mild flavors this game bird can be treated just like a chicken. Pheasants like all birds can be broken down to create amazing dishes. I … Continue reading Wild Pheasant Parmesan & Mozzarella Sandwiches 

Pheasant Tortilla Soup

After a long day walking in the fields what better way to celebrate your successful hunt then with delicious home cooked meal from your hard earned bounty? Pheasant hunting has to be one of my favorite hunts from the crisp early mornings to the dogs hitting hard point on those beautiful roosters. Not only do I love hunting them but I love eating them more. If … Continue reading Pheasant Tortilla Soup

Upping Your Upland Game Part 2

Upping your upland game part 2   In this podcast we will cover two more species of small and upland game. We will hear about hunting and cooking squirrels and pheasant. Dive deeper into what it’s like hunting with dogs and hunting parties. Working the fields as a team to spook and flush these two tasty game animals can be some of the most challenging … Continue reading Upping Your Upland Game Part 2

Venison & Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Fall is finally here and the temperatures are dropping fast. College and professional football are in full swing. Most of us are spending our days in tree stands, freezing in duck blinds or spot and stalking. The last thing in your mind is coming home after a long day in the field and creating a delicious dinner, Right? Here is a recipe that takes little … Continue reading Venison & Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Wild Game Tamales 

Being from Southern California, Mexican dishes influence almost every aspect of our daily meal plans. Being an hour away from Mexico the flavors are at our finger tips. On every corner there is a mom & pop restaurants that has amazing Mexican cuisine. So taking this influence that surrounds me, I decided to try my hand at my favorite of these dishes… Tamales. Here is … Continue reading Wild Game Tamales 

Upping Your Upland Game: Part 1

Upland and small game is some of the most popular hunting in North America. Most hunters start out in the field with their parents hunting upland birds and small game. In this podcast we will share the knowledge we’ve all learned over the years. Share with you the tips and tricks, the do’s and don’ts and how to’s of hunting, cleaning and cooking. Not only will we … Continue reading Upping Your Upland Game: Part 1

Blood Orange & Herb Stuffed Dove

With dove season upon us lets look at a simple recipe that take us beyond the typical bacon wrapped appetizers. Don’t misunderstand me there is nothing wrong with Bacon wrapped dove breast, this recipe just elevates the simple appetizer dove breast into a table worthy meal. Many people don’t think about plucking doves because they are so small and the only real meat is on the breast. Plucking dove only … Continue reading Blood Orange & Herb Stuffed Dove