wild game cooking

Blueberry Shitake Venison ... mmm, sweet blueberries and the earthiness of mushrooms.

Blueberry Backstrap? Why, Yes, I’ll Have Seconds, Please

Monday evening in the grocery store I ran across some boxes of clementines, the small oranges hybridized more than 100 years ago, and realized we’re not too far away from spring. I love fresh vegetables and fruits, and cooking with them is easy. Berries always are a great addition to venison dishes and blueberries...

Rinella

Meat Eater vs. A Vegan

Steven Rinella of MeatEater, a popular television show on Sportsman Channel, encountered a question from a vegan during a recent book signing and Q&A session. Rinella was promoting his book “Meat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American Hunter,” during a stop at a Greenlight Bookstore Fort Greene, Brooklyn. This is typical of...

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Foodie Friday: Venison Albondigas Soup

Rick over at FoodForHunters.com knocked out a stunning dish from his youth and added a twist with venison meatballs to kick it up a notch. He said his mother would make Mexican meatball soup, and he tinkered with it to turn it into Venison Albondigas Soup. Looks outstanding. Here are some of his thoughts...

Venison Skewers

Foodie Friday: Easy Venison Skewers

Whoa! You just found a big ol’ venison roast in the back of your freezer and figured it’s time to make space for something else. Summer’s not a real “roast” time, though, is it? Even though you could find some great recipes to make with a roast and the family might love them, summer’s...

Smokey Lettuce Wraps

Foodie Friday: Smoky Lettuce Wraps with Sage Corn Salsa

Wow! This recipe looks so good you’ll be wanting to tear apart your computer screen to get to the finished meal or wipe out the corn and venison before it’s even ready! The fine folks at Food For Hunters whipped up this venison treat. It’s officially called “Smoky Lettuce Wraps with Sage Corn Salsa,”...