Babbs loves fried green tomatoes, and she really liked this recipe from the queen of the Southern kitchen, Paula Deen!
Our teen reviewer, Anna, tries a recipe from Sarah Glover’s book that she reviewed earlier this year, “Wild Child.” Find out what she did when things went poorly in the coconut department and why she recommends this one.
Jenny Anderson, the “Girl of 10,000 Lakes,” loves preparing fresh, lake-to-table meals to share with her friends and family. In this post, she tells us her favorite recipes for cooking lake trout.
Jackie Richardson uses venison, and other local ingredients, to create this fresh take on the classic cabbage roll. Cooked in an Instant Pot, this alternative to the traditionally baked version is a great weeknight recipe.
Need a good way to use up last year’s ground venison? This recipe for Venison Lasagna Stuffed Shells from Primal Pioneer will help clean out that freezer in preparation for this year’s hunting season.
Jackie Richardson whips up a delish wild blackberry coffee cake recipe from berries in the Ozarks.
It started with a missing fajita spice mix. The Survival Mom educates us in our kitchens in this helpful post about how to make DIY spice mixes. Maybe you’ll never look at this section in the grocery store again!
Curry in the instant pot is a great combination. The flavor just seals in so well, and so that’s why we thought you’d appreciate this recipe from Primal Pioneer, titled Instant Pot Venison Curry.
Babbs made a recipe from Finley Farms, strawberry sage simple syrup. Wait till you find out how easy it is to make, and what you can add it to for extra refreshment enjoyment in the summer heat.
Our young teen reviewer, Anna, reviewed “Wild Child: Adventure Cooking With Kids,” by Sarah Glover.
Welcome to Jennifer and Mike Shreckengost, aka Primal Pioneers, a married couple who hunts and prepares delish wild game dishes. We think you’ll like this one (We did!).
Jessica White, Wander Woman KS president, tells us how to forage for redbud blossoms and easily turn the blooms into delicious, pretty jelly.
Here are three elk recipes from one of our favorite foodies, blogger Kristy Crabtree. She publishes the popular website “Wild Game Cuisine.”
When we get the morels home, it doesn’t take long before we use Grandma Ginny’s cracker crumb morel mushroom recipe to make delicious, melt-in-your-mouth appetizers.
Jackie Richardson shares the recipe for this simple and delicious spring dessert: No Bake Birds’ Nest Cookies.
In need of a quick, fun and delicious Easter dessert? Maybe something that you can do with your kids? Check out this Easter bunny cake that Jackie Richardson made.
Find out what Kristy Crabtree, of Wild Game Cuisine, puts in her elk chili and why.
Find out the best freshwater fish to eat from our friends at Nature Sport Central.
Jessica White, founder of Wander Woman-Kansas, describes what happened at and after the first-ever all-women’s Sandhill crane hunt.
Looking for a delicious dish to serve? Check out Wild Game Cuisine’s recipe, “Mango and Brie Duck,” for a new twist.
Can you say, “flavor bomb?” We think it’s the best term to describe this recipe for venison steak poppers from Wild Game Cuisine.
Check out this recipe for elk cabbage rolls from Wild Game Cuisine. Babbs made it with venison, and said it’s absolutely delicious!
Jackie Richardson offers up an easy, layered and chilled alternative to the classic pumpkin pie for your Thanksgiving dessert.
Jessica White, founder of Wander Woman KS, shares her award-winning grilled feta, spinach and pheasant burger with us. She also tells the exciting story of her first rooster harvest!
Are you a wingshooter? If so, we know you’re going to love these recipes we found from our featured blogger, Wild Game Cuisine.
Are you looking for some mouth watering summer grilling recipes? Check out these picks we found at Wild Game Cuisine.
We think you’ll want to try this grilled fish recipe with mango salsa from our friends at Take Me Fishing for your next summer cookout.
Find out the recipes Babbs wants to try from Kristy Crabtree’s self-published cookbook, Wild Game Cuisine: A Collection of Wild Game Recipes.
In this tale, Syren’s Lynne Green evolves from making fruit pies to making savory pies. Find out how she does it, including some pie recipes!
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