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It’s just like what you remember as a child, only a little more grown up. Recently, my two-year-old son realized how much he loves sloppy joes. Because of this, we’ve been eating more sloppy joes than we care to eat. It’s fair to say my kid has definitely developed a taste for venison, too. So
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Learn how to make delicious sandhill crane smoked bacon with a two-time Dove Cookoff World Champion. In many areas of the country, sandhill cranes are an unusual game bird. A lot of folks have never hunted them, and you can bet a lot have never dined on them, either. Here’s a recipe for sandhill craneread more
Congratulations to Wayne Wilson for winning the recent Winter Fog And Mist Assignment with the image, Frozen Fog. “A thin…
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Mule deer spaghetti? Yes, please! There are few recipes more common in the wild-game cook’s kitchen than a good venison spaghetti. A big reason for this is that the recipe is normally pretty simple. Just go get some cans of tomato sauce, your choice of meat, maybe some veggies and some noodles, and you’re in business.
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