Looking for a hearty meal that will stick to your bones and give you a little extra added kick? Try this Mexican cornbread elk casserole served with some fresh cilantro and pickled jalapeno’s.
OK, truth be told, this isn't 100% my own recipe for these flavor packed chipotle duck and sausage mini sliders, but I do have to say I did grind my own pork sausage used in this recipe and added a little extra KICK!
Sizzle up traditional meals with game meat like these green chili elk, bacon and cheese enchiladas. If you don’t have elk available you can substitute with venison, antelope or beef.
I’m borrowing this recipe from some friends since I thought it was a great combination for making some Bold and Flavorful elk burgers. It’s a simple recipe that I’m sure would be just as good using other game meat as a replacement if elk is not on hand.
There’s nothing better than a heavenly hearty meal on a Sunday night. Mozzarella stuffed elk meatballs drowned in red wine tomato sauce served up with some fried basil and crusty bread. What else could you ask for?
Posted on 17 October 2012
I have to admit that I am not a full-fledge Lover of Jerky whether wild or farm raised, but when Andy made his most recent batch I had to admit I've converted to the other side. Continue Reading
Posted on 09 September 2012
Best Elk Burger! Take any traditional elk or venison hamburger recipe and give it a quick twist by spicing up your sauce. I love heat and this Jalapeno Thousand Island sauce does it up right! Continue Reading
Posted on 07 September 2012
Flavorful and extremely easy to make Pesto Elk Meatballs ... you'll FOOL everyone with this recipe. Make it with antelope, elk, venison or regular beef! Continue Reading
Posted on 30 August 2012
It's opening Dove Season in September... which means it's the start of a new season for grilling! Continue Reading
Posted on 10 July 2012
Oops. I did it again. I had to make one of our favorite burgers into a smaller slider of a size. Try these Brie stuffed elk sliders with sautéed mushrooms and BBQ sauce. Continue Reading
Posted on 09 February 2012
What do you do when you have an over abundance of wild game salami in the fridge... you can make these easy salami calzones with fontina cheese, parmesan cheese, ricotta cheese, red bell pepper and carmelized onions. Continue Reading
Posted on 12 December 2011
I’m a pretty simple cook when it comes to cooking up wild game cuisine, but when asked if I have ever tried cooking wild game in a SousVide Supreme machine, my first response was… “What the heck is it?” Continue Reading
Posted on 28 November 2011
I enjoy the challenge of combining ingredients that I already have in the pantry to avoid having to go to the grocery store too many times during the week. Soups just happen to be one of my favorite meals to create... Leave me a message and let me know what you think! Continue Reading
Posted on 25 November 2011
Try something different with your meatloaf... Make elk meatloaf with olives, onions, horseradish and a little parmesan cheese served up with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. Leave me a message and let me know what you think! Continue Reading
Posted on 01 November 2011
Easy and tangy barbeque sauce takes minutes to make and is a perfect dipping sauce for most if not all wild game. Continue Reading
Posted on 24 October 2011
Use pantry staples to create a flavorful Elk albondigas soup with mini meatballs or cook up meatballs for your favorite spaghetti and meatball dinner. Continue Reading
Posted on 18 October 2011
Antelope sirloin with black beans, a cup of sweet white corn, a little green onion and fresh cilantro are the perfect ingredients for the makings of a great taco. Continue Reading
Posted on 11 October 2011
Featured guest Kristy Crabtree shares wild game recipes on Intrepid Outdoors website. Watch every Monday at 11am EST on Versus, part of NBC Sports. www.IntrepidOutdoors.com Continue Reading
Posted on 10 October 2011
7 Cheeses… Slow cooked… Antelope burger and sirloin… Garlic and onions… Savory tomato sauce… Need I say more? Continue Reading