Wild Turkey Leg & Thigh Barbacoa

Many hunters throw the legs and thighs out with the garbage after they breast their wild turkeys. Now don’t get me wrong not all hunters do this but I would say more than 50% do. I was talking to a good friend who is a big time turkey hunter in the south and he said “I was raised being told there Isn’t enough meat on … Continue reading Wild Turkey Leg & Thigh Barbacoa

Wild Boar Barbacoa & Black bean and corn salsa

Wild boar has become one of the southern states most popular game to hunt. In many states there is no limit to how many wild boar you can harvest. This invasive species breeds like rabbits with litters ranging from 5-10 piglets on average twice a year, plus female piglets become of breeding age starting around 12-13 months.  So with so many pigs running around out there lets take a look at … Continue reading Wild Boar Barbacoa & Black bean and corn salsa

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

Indian Tacos on Homemade fry bread

Researching Navajo tradition, frybread was created in 1864 using the flour, salt and lard that had given to them by the United States government. This amazingly simple bread is used for everything from breakfast, lunch, dinner and even desserts. Its simple and delicious. Taking this Native American fry bread lets create some Wild Game Indian tacos. In this blog post ill be giving you two recipes. Fry Bread Homemade Taco Seasoning The meat I am … Continue reading Indian Tacos on Homemade fry bread