Beginners Guide to Smoking Wild Meat
New technology of pellet grills make smoking wild game less of a headache
By PJ Cashman
As intimidating getting into hunting or fishing can be for new sportsmen, it is also one of the most exciting parts about the outdoors. Any outdoorsman can tell you about the first deer they shot, their first Western hunt, or first big water fishing trip – and keeping that excitement alive with new experiences is one of the greatest aspects of enjoying the outdoors. Continue Reading
By: Mad Dog
Merrill and I have been grilling as a team for 33 years now. We have seen, heard and grilled it all! We have seen many changes in the grilling industry and the way meats are harvested. Let’s go back to 1952 when gloriously colored, 22 ½ inch charcoal grills hit the scene. That’s how it all started. Continue Reading
How to Grill the Perfect Venison Steak
These 5 tips on how to cook the perfect venison steak will help you become the best chef at this summer’s barbecues.
Now that Memorial day has come and gone we can (un)officially say that summer is here. Summertime means big fish, good beer and plenty of cookouts. It’s a great excuse to eat up some of the meat that you spent all of last fall chasing and cutting up. One of my favorite summertime choices to grill is venison steak, which can be pretty tricky to grill due to the thin cut of some of the pieces. Follow these 5 tips on how to grill the perfect venison steak and your friends will be coming back for more over and over again at your next party. Continue Reading
Hank Shaw’s Hunt, Gather, Cook
Mixed Bag Chowder
Check out Hank Shaw’s new cook book titled “
“Buck, Buck, Moose” when looking for your next recipe! Hank Shaw is a UW-Madison graduate, that has written several cookbooks that embrace the hunter, angler and everything outdoors! Check out his recipe below! Continue Reading
Is Hunting Cost-Effective For Meat
Is Hunting a Cost-Effective Way to Get Meat?
Hunting is a sport for many and outdoorsman are a passionate group of people, however many seem to forget that once it was a way of life, and still is for some. Continue Reading