Wild Game Recipes for Hunting Season
The fall season brings with it excitement for multiple things: cooler weather, putting up vegetables and meat for winter, and hunting season, to name a few. Hunting season, for many, comes with much anticipation. Each year is another chance to bag the big one, try out your new gear and equipment, and catch up with old friends.
Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned hunter and fisherman, there are always new things to learn about preparing and cooking wild game and fish after the hunt. And, while you may already have your tried-and-true favorites, each new outing can also be a chance to try a new recipe. Here, you’ll find ideas and inspiration for ways to prepare a fresh game dinner post hunt from elk to crappie, as well as handy tips and techniques to use while out in pursuit of fresh game and fish.
The recipes in this article, taken from Cooking Fish & Game: Delicious Recipes from Shore Lunches to Gourmet Dinners, are a collection of many decades’ worth of testing, tasting and retesting in order to bring you meals that are sure to satisfy and keep you motivated for the next season. Enjoy the hunt — and its bounty.
CELEBRATE THE SEASON WITH THESE FRESH GAME RECIPES
Crappie Casserole With Spinach Recipe
Pot Pie From Scratch: Wild Turkey Recipe
Shrimp Gumbo Recipe with Wild Duck
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Hunter’s Venison Stew Recipe
Stuffed Poblano Pepper Recipe With Quail Meat and Goat Cheese
Skillet Cornbread Casserole With Elk Recipe
Venison Recipe for Slow Cooker BBQ
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Red Fife Double Chocolate Cookies
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