Posts Tagged ‘Recipe’

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Braised and fried turkey wings

Wild turkey wings can be quite tough, so it’s necessary to braise them low and slow to help make them more tender.

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Butter and coconut milk poached burbot

Burbot is an awesome-tasting fish with a unique texture that works well with poaching served over a bed of coconut rice.

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Braised rabbit

When waterfowl and deer season come to an end, I love to pursue wild rabbits in the snow. They are challenging to hunt and make a tasty stew.

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Pike croquettes served with homemade spicy dip

These crunchy pike bites are the ultimate party finger food. Not a fan of pike? Try them with walleye or perch.

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Pike po’boy

Here’s a classic sub with a twist — beer-battered pike fried until crispy and golden brown. Serve with potato chips or make your own crispy French fries.

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Venison carpaccio with fried capers and citrus oil

These thin slices of lightly seared venison loin rolled in fresh herbs and drizzled with a delicious combination of cream and oil will delight the taste buds.

Peppered bear meal
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Pepper bear steak Cantonese

Bear meat is still an eyebrow raiser when non-hunting guests
are invited to dinner. This flavourful recipe tends to take away any gamey flavour. Cook bear meat to at least welldone and serve hot.

moose sausage
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Moose sausage and lentil stew

This tasty stew is full of flavour and hearty enough to fill up the hungriest hunters in camp. Just be sure to make a double batch as there will be plenty of empty bowls looking for seconds.

tourtiere
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Game meat tourtière

Nothing says winter around my house like tourtière. I use a blend of venison, pork, and veal but feel free to make your own mix with moose, elk, or any other flavourful game meat.