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Venison Birria

Chef Margarita Carrillo Arronte has a extremely thorough and well researched new cookbook out called “Mexico”, which details numerous traditional Mexican cuisines by their region. If you are into traditional Mexican food at all, you can’t go wrong with this … Continue reading

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Trip Report: Smoky Mountain Bear, Hog & Whitetail

We spent six crusty days in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, having the first two days to hunt Whitetail and then another four days for the late season bear segment which also allows for the opportunistic taking of wild hogs. … Continue reading

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Big South Fork Trip Report

Big South Fork National Recreation Area is one of the few properties managed by the National Park Service that allows hunting. Being a resident of Tennessee, I have long thought that I should take advantage of the opportunity to hunt … Continue reading

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Pemmican

Pimi: “Fat or Grease” Pemmican is a traditional food of native North Americans that was later adapted by European fur traders and explorers. It generally consisted of a lean game meat such as Deer, Elk, Moose or Bison which was … Continue reading

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Natural Instincts and Bypassing Anatomic Capacity

Eating meat made us human. In fact, there is strong evolutionary evidence that the principal reason that humans stood upright with sweat glands (instead of on all fours without sweat glands) is so that we (humans) could run game down in a manner … Continue reading

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Venison Meatloaf

This is a simple and traditional meatloaf recipe utilizing your venison stores. We blend the Venison equally with high quality, grass fed, ground beef. Heat oven to 325 In a food processor, combine 5 oz. croutons, 1 tsp black pepper, 1/2 … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Four Hour Hunter

The Four Hour Hunter Make hunting fit for food and family. This year my hunting has come full circle. I started off hunting squirrels at eight then deer at ten with a very simple goal: to hunt and kill. Kill … Continue reading

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Venison Meatball Recipe

We get constant requests for venison meatball recipes. The best meatball recipes follow the most traditional Italian recipes substituting venison mixed with 20% ground pork. Below is an adaptation of a Mario Batali recipe: 3 cups day-old bread, cut into … Continue reading

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From the Wild

Jesse Griffiths contains multitudes. Author of Afield: A Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish. Finalist for a James Beard Award. Founder of the Dai Due Supper Club. Amazing cook. Hunter. Cool beard. Locavore. And you know … Continue reading

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Cochon Heritage BBQ – Memphis TN

When Go Carnivore asked Tish Sullins and I to guest-blog and attend one of the most beloved event competitions that may ever happen in a Memphis foodies life, we felt like we had won some sort of pork lottery. The Cochon … Continue reading

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