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Goose burgers

I finally found a goose recipe that was not only edible, but down right tasty… which is good since I got about 8 lbs of burger from the two geese that I shot last hunting season. Surprisingly, I stuck pretty close … Continue reading

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Baked Pheasant

I’m not sure what brought Earnest Hemmingway to mind, but he once wrote of Pheasant hunting here in Idaho and having bagged a few Pheasants, he and his hunting party took them to a café that cooked the birds for … Continue reading

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Crock pot sage grouse

The original Crock Pot Sage Grouse recipe can be found on Women’s Hunting Journal which I’ll have to try it next year. The recipe I came up with this year had a lot of substitutions, since wasn’t willing to make … Continue reading

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Ruffed Grouse wrap

If you’re like me and your culinary skills are more like “Worst Cooks in America” than “Top Chef”, here’s a simple recipe that turned out pretty good. It was supposed to be a wrap but I overstuffed the tortilla and … Continue reading

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Hey Grandpa, What’s for Supper?

Okay, so I’m no Grandpa Jones but here’s a list of this year’s recipes for the ducks, Pheasants, and grouse I bagged. Roasted grouse – My own recipe, I roasted the grouse in light olive oil with a little poultry seasoning, … Continue reading

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