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making wild hog summer sausage Jay D Jay D No replies yet December 14, 2014 20:27
Dove Breast 'n Bacon Amos Miller Amos Miller No replies yet February 16, 2011 23:18
Venison Burgers - Dimple Down Amos Miller Amos Miller No replies yet February 16, 2011 23:15
Sealing in pheasant juices Amos Miller Amos Miller No replies yet February 9, 2011 20:40

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Jamaican Steak with Citrus Salsa

Jamaican Steak with Citrus Salsa by Robyn Savoie

Caribbean cooking is getting hotter and hotter, and our Jamaican Steak is sure to add a tropical touch to your meal without you having to pack a bag to leave home. This easy steak recipe is like a vacation for our taste buds.

1 vote
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Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs

Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs by Amos Miller

A perfect appetizer, great hot or cold, and can be easily made the day before the party in a large crock pot. All you’ll need is toothpicks and tiny plates! I’ve built upon an interesting recipe I found for meatballs with a teriyaki sauce and the inclusion of, yes, dried cranberries. This was so tasty when I first made my…

3 votes
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Guacamole Tex-Mex

Guacamole Tex-Mex by Amos Miller

Super simple - fast - packs just enough punch. It will be the best you ever tasted. Bring on the cervesas, margaritas - and lots of quality tortilla chips! Just like Chipotle - but homemade!

4 votes
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Grilled Bison Burgers with Peanut Butter and Bacon

Grilled Bison Burgers with Peanut Butter and Bacon by Robyn Savoie

The Wisconsin State Fair is upon us once again. Over the next few days, I will be posting some great recipes connected to the "Golden Spork" Awards. The Sporkies is a Wisconsin State Fair food competition that started in 2013. This is my spin on this surprisingly delicious new burger. Think about it...savory lean bison grilled…

1 vote
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Cinghiale in agrodolce (Sweet and Sour Wild Boar)

Cinghiale in agrodolce (Sweet and Sour Wild Boar) by Frank Fariello

Genuine Italian cookery generally has straight-forward taste profiles. As I’ve said before, one of the best ways to tell if a recipe is really Italian is to count the ingredient list: you should have your doubts about any recipe with over, say, seven ingredients; more than ten, and you should turn the page. Well, here’s the exception…

1 vote
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