Posts Tagged ‘Cooking’

3 Tasty Stocks
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Making tasty broth

Broth or stocks made from animal bones are the life-blood of the culinary¬†world. Don’t toss the bones; make these easy broths instead.

DIY Ice Stove
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DIY: Easy ice stove

We had a cozy little wood fire to warm our hands, boil a pot of tea, and heat up a pot of beans at lunch time with this DIY stove.

Venison Irish Stew
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Venison Irish stew

Nothing beats a warm bowl of stew after a long day of hunting or fishing in the fall. This recipe works with deer, moose or even bear.

Roasted Duck
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Exploring the table qualities of waterfowl

Folk have tried waterfowl in several different ways. The multi-step transition from marsh to the table will have an influence on the quality.

Different Kinds Of Knives
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Key processing tools for wild game and fish

OOD Food Editor Andrew Rochon talks processing tools and how to use them when prepping your wild-game meat or fish.

Canned Tomato Soup Horizontal
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DIY: Cooking with cans at camp

Handy and thrifty ways to use empty tin cans in camp, including baking quick breads, creating firestarters, and reheating leftovers.

Strain Duck Fat
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Rendering wild-game fat

A guide to rendering wild-game fat. Everything from duck and goose to bear and moose fat, learn how to strain the juices from your meat.

Broiled Arctic char with sesame hoisin glaze
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Broiled Arctic char with sesame hoisin glaze

Here’s a tasty new Arctic char recipe to spice up your cooking that also pairs great with a side of zesty Asian coleslaw.

Duck fat garlic Parmesan fries
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Duck fat garlic Parmesan fries

Duck fat’s delectable deep flavour gives a unique taste and crunch to fried goods, especially these twice-cooked French fries.