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Ten years after the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation published its original Elk Hunter's Cookbook, the national conservation organization is bringing out this completely revised and expanded edition. With 275 recipes, all contributed by people who love elk and elk country, The New Elk Hunter's Cookbook and Meat Care Guide is one of the most comprehensive and informative books ever published for cooking with wild game meat. You'll find new ways to prepare steaks, roasts, chops, fillets, stew meat, and ground meat; learn how to make your own jerky and sausage; enjoy creating more than a dozen marinades; and even discover how to use the tongue, liver, heart, and neck.
The New Elk Hunter's Cookbook and Meat Care Guide isn't limited to just elk, deer, moose, and antelope, however. There also are recipes for bear, squirrel, rabbit, rattlesnake, alligator, dove, quail, grouse, pheasant, goose, duck, wild turkey, frog legs, salmon, northern pike, and trout, as well as beef, chicken, pork, and ham.
Inside you'll find delicious appetizers, hearty soups, simple backpacking fare, quick sandwiches, and even fantastic dinner entrees. For your elk camp or during the winter at home, an all-new chapter devoted to sixty Dutch oven and camp cooking recipes entices you to make such foods as Elk Grillade, Dutch Oven Lasagna, Taco Soup, Squirrel Stew, Sociable Pinto Beans, Spicy Southwest Potatoes, Old-Fashioned Corn Bread, and John Woodman's Cake.
Nine essays by longtime hunters and game cooks will teach you: New strategies for field care of meat; how to build your own smokehouse; the advantages of dry aging; the fundamentals for ensuring better-tasting meat; how to prepare meals, eat well, and stay healthy in elk camp; butchers' trade secrets about elk hunting and field dressing; how to use a Dutch oven and much more
Try these hunter's kitchen favorites: Sourdough Doughnuts, Wild Goose and Wild Rice Soup, Wild Game Cocktail Meatballs, Elk Henley in Puffed Pastry, Venison Enchiladas, Phantom Creek Pot Roast, A.J.'s Garden Green Tomato Pie.
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat.
A variety of delicious recipes for elk, deer, and other wild game, contributed and compiled by the membership of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
From simple fare for backpacking to fantastic fullcourse dinners, you'll find it all here in hundreds of recipes for appetizers, soups, breads, salads, vegetables, pasta, beans, birds, game, fish, and desserts.
There's a recipe for ice cream and one for dill pickles. You'l find lightand simple fare as well as hearty meals. Read about how to care for wild game from field to freezer and discover dozens of delicious ways to prepare elk, deer, and other wild game.
You'll find that recipe you've been looking for--the one your father, your grandmother, or the renowned camp cook always just "threw together."
Savor the gourmet tastes and appetites of the many friends of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation from the United States and Canada, who share their best dishes in the spirit of swapping a favorite hunting story over a flickering campfire.
About the Author
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, with headquarters in Missoula, Montana, is dedicated to ensuring a future for elk, other wildlife, and their habitat across North America.
Table of Contents
Foreword, by Jim Zumbo
Preface, by Don Burgess
About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Stoking Up Prodigiously, by Dan Crockett
Appetizers and Soups
The Last Word on Meat Care from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, by Don Burgess
Breads and Pancakes
Trade Secrets: What Butchers Know about Elk Hunting, by Ben Long
Field Dressing Step-by Step, by David Stalling
Waste Not, by Ted Kerasote
Elk and Other Meats
Dry Aging and Slow Defrosting: Maximizing Your Wild Meat's Potential, by John McGannon
Smoke-Curing Meats for Fun and Feast, by Tom Moysis
Fish and Seafood
Cheap Meat, by Ted Kerasote
Marinades, Spices, and Sauces
Dutch Oven Cooking, by Phyllis Speer
Dutch Oven and Camp Cooking
What's to Eat? Staying Healthy in Camp, by Bill Rompa
Chronic Wasting Disease: Recommendations for Hunters, by the CWD Alliance
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