America's Favorite Wild Game Recipes

Author: Creative Publishing Editors

Publisher: Creative Publishing International

ISBN: 9781610603041

Category: Cooking

Page: 128

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We gathered nearly 150 recipes for all types of game from a variety of game lodges, food writers, and our own expert chefs. Whether you're a dedicated hunter or a cook who buys game from a game farm, you'll enjoy this mouthwatering collection of recipes. The book is divided into sections based on the menu approach. There are sections for appetizers; main dishes; soups, stews and chilies; and a detailed section on sausages and smokehouse specialties. Helpful photo sequences throughout the book show you how to prepare complex recipes. No matter whether you're a first-time deer stalker, a dedicated waterfowler, or a cook who buys game from a grocery store or game farm, there's sure to be a recipe in this book that will help you savor the incomparable flavors of the wild harvest.

The Everything Wild Game Cookbook

Author: Karen Eagle

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1605503290

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 2525


Written with the most exotic wild game and fish in mind, this unusual collection features delicious, original recipes designed to please any meat lover's palate, including: Deer, wild boar, buffalo, and bear Pheasant, quail, and partridge Saltwater and freshwater catch Rubs, relishes, and marinades Trimmings and desserts Expert author Karen Eagle also reveals the secrets of cooking wild game, from the various techniques for preparing it (such as roasting and smoking) to substitutions that really work. With The Everything Wild Game Cookbook, it's not just "same-old, same-old" for supper any more!

Dressing & Cooking Wild Game

Author: Teresa Marrone

Publisher: Voyageur Press

ISBN: 1627884009

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 4527


This new edition of the best-selling classic Dressing & Cooking Wild Game is the complete guide to field dressing and cooking great-tasting dishes with big game, small game, upland birds, and waterfowl. Compared to domestic meat, wild game is richer in flavor and lower in fat and calories. It also provides the ultimate expression of local food and a self-sufficient lifestyle. However, wild game requires unique care. The extremely low-fat meats of elk and pheasant, for example, become dry and tough if handled improperly. Fortunately, Dressing & Cooking Wild Game has all of the answers you need. This book is the complete guide to field dressing, portioning, and cooking great-tasting dishes with big game, small game, upland birds, and waterfowl. This book is filled with more than 150 recipes for wild game, from elk to squirrel to pheasant. More than 300 full-color photographs illustrate step-by-step directions and show finished dishes, making it easy to master the art of preparing wild game. With useful tips on butchering, dressing, and portioning, as well as information on cooking techniques and nutritional content, Dressing & Cooking Wild Game teaches you how to make your wild game dishes as memorable as the hunts that made them possible.

Wild Game Food for Your Family

Author: Stacy Harris

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440236836

Category: Cooking

Page: 200

View: 2788


Wild Game Food For Your Family has recipes that use nutritious wild game, fish, and vegetables that are exceptionally delicious and surprisingly easy to prepare. This is a refreshing cookbook filled with heartwarming photographs of her beautiful family catching the fish and gathering the vegetables to prepare their healthy meals, such as the Crispy Bream and Roasted Vegetables only to be topped off with Gray's Peaches and Vanilla Cream Dessert. Not only are the recipes delicious, there are health facts and cooking hints sprinkled through the book along with vivid photographs of every recipe. Stacy clearly is inspired and inspires others from her overflow of love and priority for family and home and it is beautifully translated to the pages of her cookbook. Anyone with a desire to be healthier, dine on exceptionally delicious and surprisingly simple food, and get back to the natural ingredients that were meant for the body, needs this book. Stacy writes from a passion that wild venison, turkey, duck, quail, pheasant, fish, fruits, and vegetables without hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, and without being genetically modified are the most nutritious and tasty foods that one can eat. She states that whether you hunt, fish, and gather yourself, or whether you purchase from a reputable harvester and shop at farmers markets, changing your eating habits to wild foods is the best choice in health you will ever make. For many, preparing wild game seems to be a daunting task. In her book, not only does Stacy give the information needed to melt away any intimidation of cooking from the wild, but she also gives the techniques to simplify the process of making succulent, excellent meals. Her tried and true recipes come from a heart to love her family through cooking extraordinarily delicious food gathered from the garden, and hunted and fished from the wild.

Clay's Handbook of Environmental Health

Author: Stephen Battersby,W.H. Bassett

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134368593

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 977

View: 1110


This classic, definitive reference work for all those involved in environmental health is now available in its 19th edition. Significant changes include those made to chapters on food safety and hygiene, environmental protection, the organisation and management of environmental health in the UK, port health, and waste management. New chapters have been added on health development, an introduction to health and housing, contaminated land, and environmental health in emergency planning, as well as a new glossary of abbreviations and acronyms. New material on training and standards, IT, practical risk assessment, and investigatory powers is also included. Each chapter reflects the wider background against which the subjects must be studied and the new concepts and approaches that have emerged over the past few years.

Natural Resources and Economic Development

Author: Edward B. Barbier

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521706513

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 438

View: 9427


A comprehensive analysis of natural resource use and economic development in poor countries, first published in 2005.

No More Bull!

Author: Howard F. Lyman,Glen Merzer,Joanna Samorow-Merzer

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0743290038

Category: Cooking

Page: 288

View: 6752


In 1996, when Howard Lyman warned America on The Oprah Winfrey Show that Mad Cow Disease was coming to America, offended cattlemen sued him and Oprah both. Not only were Lyman and Oprah vindicated in court, but events have proved many of Lyman's predictions absolutely right. Mad Cow Disease has come to America, and Lyman argues persuasively in No More Bull! that the problem will only grow more deadly until our government deals with it seriously. In Mad Cowboy, Lyman, a fourth-generation Montana rancher turned vegetarian then vegan, told the story of his personal transformation after a spinal tumor, which he believes was caused by agricultural chemicals, nearly left him paralyzed. In No More Bull!, Lyman uses his humor, compassion, firsthand experience in agriculture, and command of the facts of health to argue that we might all profit by transforming our diets. He makes a powerful case that Alzheimer's is yet another disease linked to eating meat. And he explains that the steak at the heart of your dinner plate not only may destroy your own heart but actually offers no more nutritional value than a doughnut! If you've been confused by the competing claims of the Atkins Diet, the South Beach Diet, and other fad diets, No More Bull! is the book that will set you straight. Its pure, unvarnished truth is told with down-home common sense. Lyman's got a message for meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans -- and the message of No More Bull! is that we can all do better for ourselves and the planet.