Recipes and kitchen tips for rural America

Getting the Most from Wild Game Meats

By Pamela Braun

Knowing what to do with wild game once it's been bagged and tagged can be difficult. Turning it into jerky may be the solution.

How to Cook Wild Game Meat

By Teresa Marrone

Learn how to cook wild game meat for the best results, with five recipes for big and small game and wild fowl.

Do’s and Don’ts of Cooking with Deer Heart

By Bruce and Elaine Ingram

Pump flavor into your diet and make your hunting successes go farther by adding deer heart to diverse culinary dishes.

Healthy Cookie Recipe: Beehive Cookies

Karen Keb

Combine pecans and sour cream with nature’s natural sweetener to create a sweet treat with a unique texture.


Harvesting Herbs: Tips to Get the Most Yield From Your Herbs

By Jean Smith From The Garden Gate Farm

Follow these helpful herb harvesting guidelines to yield the most this year while preserving the plant for next year.

Homestyle Chicken Recipes

By Valerie Boese

Grill, bake, and fry a bird every which way with these classic chicken recipes.

How to Dehydrate Fruits and Vegetables

Story and photos by Renee Pottle

Keep your pantry well-stocked with a variety of dried produce.

Cooking with Kudzu

By Maggie Bullington

Make the best of this invasive vine by using its fragrant flower clusters in brightly colored treats.

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