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Winter weather

This is a long winter, good thing I have WildSeason on my spice rack. Venison loin for dinner tonight with kosher Steak Dust, it forms a wonderful, crusty, sea salt surface on the meat. Add to the pan drippings a bit of  honey, let it carmelize and deglaze with good quality Apple vinager. Gastrique’ from the earth.

What to do with Nature’s Bounty: Whitetail Deer Harvest

Whitetail Deer Harvest   Autumn brings excitement to every archer, anticipation of a perfect shot on a beautiful buck dominates our thoughts. Harvesting a deer with traditional equipment that you have crafted makes it even more significant.   Those who are successful in their pursuit are now faced with another set of challenges in handling […]

Scaloppini of Wild Boar “Piccata”

  Springtime offered up adventure this season, hunting wild pigs in South Carolina. My longbow worked just fine this trip and I was blessed with an abundance of feral hog meat. I truly enjoy the meat from these animals, always cleaning and cooling the hogs as soon as they are harvested to insure freshness. This […]

Boiled Dinners: Simple Elegance

  by Dan Hugelier CMC       Back in the fifties, white porcelain stoves with built in soup wells were a norm in Michigan. My Mother would secure what was only known to us children, as a good soup bone from the local butcher. As she always expressed her enthusiasm regarding the condition of […]

Mustard-Pine Nut Vinaigrette

2 tbsp Chopped Pine Nuts 1 tbsp Dijon or Brown Mustard 1/3 C Tarragon, Cider or Red Wine Vinegar 1 Cup Safflower or Olive Oil 1 ea Lemon, Juice from 1 tbsp Minced Onion or Shallot 1 tbsp Chopped Parsley 1.5 tsp Salt 1/4 tsp White Pepper 1/8 tsp Cayenne Pepper 1 Cup Vegetable Oil […]

Some new recipes.

We’ve added a number of great new recipes to check out. Most of which are for our wild game rubs! This week features the best recipes and rubs to use for our wild game menu, including boar, turkey, and even alligator, for the true adventurer.