“Tangy rabbit nachos, a vegetarian lasagna, potato soup, a salsa-inspired raccoon dip and fried raccoon did not divert attention from the headliner at the 13th event of its kind held the Sunday before Thanksgiving: a giant vat of squirrel gravy, … Continue reading
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Tagged #wild game cooking, Brunswick stew, Hunting, small game, Squirrel, Squirrel dumplings, squirrel hunting, west virginia, Wild Game
Kentucky BBQ: Bring Your Own Squirrels, Raccoons, Possums And Porcupines Story by by Dave Seminara “In Kentucky, you can get a porcupine hickory-smoked for five bucks. A squirrel or a frog will set you back just $2.50. I had no idea that … Continue reading
Yes, you read that correctly, carnivores. J & D Foods now has a line of Bacon Shaving Cream available. The company says, “Prepare to be loved, admired and possibly eaten by bears.” Purchase Bacon Shaving Cream.
We had a few questions on the Instagram account as well as the Facebook page about some recent photos of venison stock. Here’s the deal, folks: Venison stock is AMAZING. Here are all the usual questions: Isn’t it too gamey? … Continue reading
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We’re busy cooking down venison stock and grinding up meat for Italian sausages, but we wanted to let everyone know that we have free shipping on all Go Carnivore swag this Friday, Nov 23rd (Black Friday) Enter the code: 2012SuperFree Visit … Continue reading
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Venison shanks. Many hunters consider them too tough and full of connective tissue to be edible so they either grind them down to burger or sausage or sometimes even discard them completely. I won’t deny that shanks are not a … Continue reading
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Last time I was in Nashville I made a stop at the Patterson House. It was there I had one of the truly best cocktails to grace my lips, a Bacon Infused Old Fashion. This was something I needed to share with … Continue reading
Ducks Unlimited has this cool migration map that give you up-to-date reports from your flyway/region. Check it out here. –Go Carnivore!
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We got shirts, y’all! Check out our entire line of shirts, hoodies and tank tops with the Go Carnivore logo as well as the deer and boar “health food” designs. -made to work! Visit the Go Carnivore store.
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Hello Fellow Carnivores! Duck season will be here before you know it and just to get everyone in the mood I’ve posted a video of our friend, author and chef Hank Shaw. Hank is the author of Hunt Gather Cook and must read … Continue reading
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Tagged Cleaning a duck, duck, Duck Hunting, Duck Season, Eating wild Duck, Plucking a Duck