Pheasant Phun Baked Brie

Right in the heart of South Dakota lies some of the world’s foremost pheasant hunting. The Olsen family, at Olsen’s OJ Bar Ranch, serve up not only world class hunts, but also first class meals. Here’s Proprietor Dave Olsen’s almost-gourmet Baked Brie, using a shortcut of crescent rolls in a can.

baked brie daveRoll out crescent pastry. Trim coating off Brie. Place cheese in middle of pastry and add dried cranberries, cherries or other fruit – about a handful – on top of it. Then, spread two tbsps. jelly or jam or honey over this mixture. Dave likes a double mix jam of blueberry and raspberry. You can also add nuts. Seal the pastry all around and bake at 350 degrees until golden brown. Cool somewhat and slice.

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The Conversation

  • Team Huntress says: January 10, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    This is delicious!

    Yes, I have enjoyed Dave’s Baked Brie on several occasions. The smell is heavenly and taste divine especially after a big day of being out in the field. Pair it with a glass of wine and enjoy the camaraderie reminiscing over your latest adventure.

    You don’t have to take my word for it, come and partake of the experience firsthand. You might even enjoy hunting at Pheasant Phun as much as I do.