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  • 7 Common Foods Eaten in the 13 Colonies

    7 Common Foods Eaten in the 13 Colonies

    August 27, 2021 Comments Off on 7 Common Foods Eaten in the 13 Colonies Recipes

    What people ate in colonial America largely depended on where they lived. Due to differences in climate, available natural resources and cultural heritage of the colonists themselves, the daily diet of a New Englander differed greatly from his counterparts in the Middle Colonies—New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey

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  • Underrated Wild Game Cuts All Hunters and Anglers Need to Try

    Underrated Wild Game Cuts All Hunters and Anglers Need to Try

    August 27, 2021 Comments Off on Underrated Wild Game Cuts All Hunters and Anglers Need to Try Recipes

    Don’t miss out on these fish, fowl, and red-meat cuts that are often tossed in the grind pile or left behind I’m as much of a fan of grilled backstrap and venison chili as the next guy, but hunters and anglers are missing out when they stick to the same old cuts and recipes they’ve …

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  • Deer Heart Tacos

    Deer Heart Tacos

    August 27, 2021 Comments Off on Deer Heart Tacos Cooking Venison, Recipes

    After having the opportunity to try venison heart on my first white-tailed deer hunting trip, I was quite surprised by how much I liked it. If I rated the cuts on a deer by my personal preference, I would say it is in the prime cut category, with backstrap and tenderloins. It’s not quite as …

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  • Venison and stout pot pie

    Venison and stout pot pie

    August 27, 2021 Comments Off on Venison and stout pot pie Cooking Venison, Recipes

    Cool temperatures call for warm hearty meals and it is hard to beat a good casserole. A great option is to turn a rich, meaty stew into a pie by the simple addition of a pastry top. Serves 6 1 pack Silver Fern Farms Venison Diced 750g 1 pack puff pastry 1 Tbsp olive oil …

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  • Conservationist Recipes

    Conservationist Recipes

    August 27, 2021 Comments Off on Conservationist Recipes Recipes

    Yields six entree portions 2 lbs. Louisiana alligator, cut into 1-inch cubes 1 Tbsp. canola oil 2 Tbsp. garlic, minced 1 cup onions, small dice ¾ cup green bell peppers, small dice ½ cup celery, small dice ½ cup white wine 3 cups chicken stock 24 oz. can diced tomatoes 1-½ cups potatoes, medium dice …

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  • Grilled Wagyu Rib Eye

    Grilled Wagyu Rib Eye

    August 19, 2021 Comments Off on Grilled Wagyu Rib Eye Recipes

    Wagyu refers to all Japanese beef cattle, where ‘Wa’ means Japanese and ‘gyu’ means cow. The animals were originally used in agriculture for their physical endurance. The selection favoured animals with more intra-muscular fat cells, also named marbling. The high marbling in wagyu beef gives a unique taste

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  • Dill Pickle Pike: A fast camp favorite

    Dill Pickle Pike: A fast camp favorite

    August 16, 2021 Comments Off on Dill Pickle Pike: A fast camp favorite Cooking Fish, Pike, Recipes

    “While many a pickled pepper peck Peter Piper may have indeed picked, I ponder: How many pickled pecks would have Piper picked if perhaps Peter were picking dill pickle pike.” My first youthful pike encounter was actually with walleyed pike, as opposed to great northerns. I’m not even sure Walleyes are

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  • Cook the Classic Shore Lunch

    June 27, 2021 Comments Off on Cook the Classic Shore Lunch Cooking Fish, Recipes, Trout

    Fresh fish cooked over an open wood fire in Northern Ontario gives new meaning to the term “finger lickin’ good!” How to cook it perfectly plus an Award-Winning Twist That’ll Impress Everyone at the Campfire You could go to the fanciest restaurant in the world and it wouldn’t taste any better than this.

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  • Northern Ontario Partridge (Ruffed Grouse)

    Northern Ontario Partridge (Ruffed Grouse)

    June 22, 2021 Comments Off on Northern Ontario Partridge (Ruffed Grouse) Cooking Game Birds, Cooking Grouse, Recipes

    I made this back in October on a grouse hunting trip. Before cooking the meat I “bled” it overnight to get rid of the game-y taste (refrigerate in salted water overnight). We also got as much meat as possible off the bird and cut the “dark meat” pieces small keeping the breasts whole. I sauteed

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  • Ontario Hunting Guide & Outfitter

    Ontario Hunting Guide & Outfitter

    June 20, 2021 Comments Off on Ontario Hunting Guide & Outfitter Ontario, Outfitters

    Rainy Lake Outfitters is located on the east shores of beautiful Rainy Lake in Northwestern Ontario. We are in the heart of Sunset Country, off highway 502, approximately 20 miles east of Fort Frances and US/Canadian Border crossing and 90 miles south of Dryden, Ontario. Offering relaxing, enjoyable vacations by

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