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Over the last few years, I have experimented extensively with various ways of roasting squirrel. The topic of slow cooking squirrels has been thoroughly covered, but there still seems to be some mystery when it comes to actually presenting a … Continue reading
Cold Weather Backpack Hunt
With an arctic blast coinciding with a November backpack hunt trip, I have a great opportunity to test out some gear upgrades. I’ll be heading into the 125,000 acres Big South Fork National Recreation Area on the Tennessee/Kentucky border for … Continue reading
Improvising Venison Stew
When it comes to making stew, rather at home or at hunting camp, exact recipes are often not necessary. For cooking at deer camp, we often just bring along a random selection of vegetables, herbs, etc and create a stew … Continue reading
The Great Charcoal Debate: Briquettes Or Lumps?
Here is a lump charcoal database which features reviews of different lump charcoal brands. NPR’s The Salt debates Briquettes vs. Lump.
“Live-Fire” vs. “Gasser” BBQ in the Big Cities
Jim Shahin at The Washington Post has the story on the rise of wood smoked BBQ on the East Coast, particularly, New York City. “Cooking with wood is difficult and expensive, which is one reason why wood-enhanced ovens are so popular. … Continue reading
Deer Camp Cookin’
Deer camp cooking photos