I was wrong about venison ribs.
Perfect for a quick snack or entertaining
There’s something about bitter food that makes you feel good after you eat it
Vacations mean a taco-only diet
“Can you eat that?” The answer is almost always “yes you can.”
This dish is born from the memories of late night drive thrus, extra packets of hot sauce, and cheap beer.
On whelks and beach combing and wild land
An awfully good offal recipe
Skate wings are worth seeking out in their own right for their delicate flavor and unique texture
Spring thunder is a drug and we’re both addicted.
Tastes like chicken
Simple is the name of the game
Braised turkey thighs and spicy red pepper sauce
Eat the bait!
Chinese food as comfort food
Rich and hearty, gumbo is a go-to for all sorts of wild game & fish, gar included
Everything I want in a breakfast- salty, crunchy, and mushy, the perfect foil to runny egg yolk & hot sauce.
Warm and restorative, the comfort of mom’s cooking in a bowl.
A riff on a Cajun seafood boudin that’s a little unexpected and a lot delicious.
If we haven’t given you enough reason to cure a beaver ham, here’s one more.
Pair with cheap beer and plenty of good friends.
This side is a great use for leftover ham- beaver or otherwise- and comes together quickly.
It’s a good thing lumpia are so easy to make, because you’re going to want to make a lot of them.
The intense mushroom flavor profile of the dried porcini, paired with the dark earthiness of black garlic, is the perfect complement to venison, done exactly medium rare.
Bright, citrusy flavors from sumac and verjus lighten up silky squirrel confit.
August’s canned tomatoes bring a bright summery pop to December’s dark, luscious venison
Sticky, sweet, smoky & deeply savory- snakehead filet in japanese kabayaki glaze
What’s better than bacon?
Creamy, with a hint of smokiness from the charred leeks, this oyster-studded stew is a real knockout