After the hunt, it's time for a cookout. Hunter tested and approved recipes for deer, elk, duck, pheasant, and alligator served up here.
Another of my Super Bowl creations that was a huge hit with all who tried it.
This is my favorite marinade after a good hunting season. The two days in the fridge really make all the difference when dealing with fussy people who don't like the 'wild' taste of a good hunt.
A friend gave me this simple and tasty recipe we all love to eat. It's easy to make, and the spiciness can be adjusted to each person's tastes by how much jalapeno you use.
If you like deer meat, you have to try this recipe. Every time i make this it never lasts more than 15 minutes in my house. All ingredients can be combined and cooked in crock pot on medium heat for better flavor.
Start this recipe a little early in the day so that it will be ready by supper time. It has to be one of my crowning achievements. I have two stepsons who are the most finicky eaters I've ever seen. They've tried some of my recipes for wild game, but didn't like any of them; until I made this. I was shocked to see both of them go back for seconds. I hope everyone enjoys this. It does have a lot of ingredients, but trust me it is worth the time!
Venison or ground beef can be used for this recipe. I would rate this soup as mild on a spicy scale. Leftovers can be used as a dip the next day.
Duck roasted can be very dry but this is where the oven bag helps. I have suggested 2-4 ducks as one may cook too tough to eat. When slow cooked, they will fall apart and become very tender. Remove the fat from cooled juices and store duck in this . It is very good cold. To help remove pin feathers, try singeing over a gas flame.
This is a really tasty way to prepare wild pheasant. I just debreast the birds and use the meat for this dish. I serve with rice.
This is a super-easy appetizer or dinner you can prepare from wild duck. No need to de-feather the bird, just remove the breasts and you are good to go. I serve with hot sweet mustard on the side for dipping. For dinner, you can just serve with buttered noodles or rice on the side.
Smokey, tender and juicy-this recipe will add a full flavor to any kind of steak. Elk steaks are smoked, then pan fried and served with a Parmesan cheese sauce for the ultimate wild game dish!
This venison recipe has proven to please even people who claim they don't like venison. It's amazing what a little bacon and barbeque sauce can do!
This recipe leaves you more time for hunting -- just set it in the slow cooker and you'll have a hot, flavorful meal when you return.
A bacon blanket keeps this tasty goose moist and full of flavor.
A few seasonings and a long meeting with the oven turns your catch into a meal.
Use up your extra deer meat with this simple dish you can serve with noodles.
A simple stew you could make at home or around the campfire.
Beginning hunters often start with squirrel -- beginning cooks can too with this simple recipe.
A basic recipe for rabbit you can make over the fire in a dutch oven.
You can spear frogs, catch 'em on a hook like fish, or just grab 'em. Once you've got yours, enjoy the traditional delicacy with this simple frog legs recipe.