Kill It and Grill It: A Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish

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"With Ted and Shemane Nugent's help, you'll learn how to bring the Spirit of the Wild to your kitchen table. Here's the high-protein, high-octane, "kill stuff, add fire, and enjoy" diet that has kept Ted Nugent fighting fit and his beautiful wife, Shemane, a svelte Queen of the Forest." Included in Kill It & Grill It are some of Ted Nugent's best hunting stories (read about guys with AK-47s trying to make a hunting trophy out of Ted!), as well as his essential advice on stalking, killing, cleaning, and preserving game.
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Overview

"With Ted and Shemane Nugent's help, you'll learn how to bring the Spirit of the Wild to your kitchen table. Here's the high-protein, high-octane, "kill stuff, add fire, and enjoy" diet that has kept Ted Nugent fighting fit and his beautiful wife, Shemane, a svelte Queen of the Forest." Included in Kill It & Grill It are some of Ted Nugent's best hunting stories (read about guys with AK-47s trying to make a hunting trophy out of Ted!), as well as his essential advice on stalking, killing, cleaning, and preserving game.
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Editorial Reviews

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In Ted Nugent's recent cookbook, Kill It and Grill It, the seventies macho-rock icon ("Cat Scratch Fever," "Wango Tango") and avid bowhunter declares, "If mankind is anything, we surely are hunters." Throughout this gleefully carnivorous guide to stalking and grilling wild game, the Motor City Madman's prose is as electrically confrontational as his "dangerass hi-velocity R&B MotorCity guitarstorm." He disdains vegetarians as being in "terminal Gomer denial," praises free-range flesh as "gonzo octane racefuel," and extolls the "full predator spiritual erection" afforded by the hunt. Despite the vein-popping aggro, the book reveals a surprisingly environmental and health-conscious world view as it presents recipes for Ted's Favorite Porkfeast and Sweet 'n' Sour Antelope.

Don't expect to find the Nuge waiting for a table at the Grit. This Athens, Georgia, vegetarian bistro -- housed in a building owned by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe -- has a far-flung reputation as the indie-rock Moosewood, although, as owners Jessica Greene and Ted Hafer point out in The Grit Cookbook , "we're not food snobs or health police." Mac and Cheese, 45 rpm Pancakes, and BBQ Tofu are the restaurant's idea of down-home veggie fare, whose glories are sung by members of the B-52's, Cracker, and Fugazi.

Somewhat more traditional soul food is on the stove in The Blues Highways Cookbook , by Jason R. Girard. With asides about bluesmen such as Blind Lemon Jefferson, Girard, the chef of the blues club Buddy Guy's Legends, in Chicago, serves up recipes for Hoppin' John, sweet buttermilk cornbread, and peach cobbler -- homey grub that would have any road-weary musician singing for his supper.(Mark Rozzo)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895261649
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Pages: 203
  • Sales rank: 586,444
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction : celebrate the flesh
Ch. 1 I kill it, I grill it 1
Ch. 2 Celebrating thriving wildlife 9
Ch. 3 Pure sustenance - butcher your own 15
Ch. 4 Backstrap fever 23
Ch. 5 Sacred venison 37
Ch. 6 Dinner on the hoof 49
Ch. 7 Rock 'n' roll hogmando 61
Ch. 8 Texas wild boar BBQ 71
Ch. 9 Snowhogs 79
Ch. 10 I like my pork pissed off 89
Ch. 11 The big kahuna 95
Ch. 12 Killin' and grillin' large game in America 101
Ch. 13 I like mine rare, but not that rare 109
Ch. 14 On the sweeter side... 119
Ch. 15 Hasenpfeffer by Glock 127
Ch. 16 Limbrat Etouffee 135
Ch. 17 Bushytail bushwhackin' 141
Ch. 18 Duck, duck, goose 147
Ch. 19 More delicious birding 155
Ch. 20 Sexfried fishslab 167
Ch. 21 The soul sandwich 173
Ch. 22 Hearty hunting soulfood 179
App Hunting and conservation groups 193
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2003

    Great game recipes

    Game was so-so eating before I tried these recipes. The 'oven swiss venison' is the best swiss steak I've ever had. Also love the 'venison in cream sauce', melts in your mouth. Most of the recipes were written by Shemane; it's obvious when Ted writes it ... (like '2 lbs ground beast'). Each recipe has a story. It's a great read and should be in every hunter's kitchen.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2008

    Next To Cousin Rick Black, Uncle Ted's Kill It and Grill It is Thumbs Up.

    Kill it and Grill it is all that one would expect from Uncle Ted. His recipes cover just about everything you could hunt with a bow or gun. Fun to read as well. this book fits in well with our other favorites such as Cousin Rick Black's wild game classics.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2006

    Rock and Roll..Bag Em and Tag Em.. I want to hunt with Ted.

    Kill it and Grill it is a one of a kind cookbook written by a one of a kind hunter and his wife. I have been a fan of Ted's for over 25 years. Not only with his jams but with his shows on hunting.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2007

    A reviewer

    Uncle Ted is on the hunt with this good book. Kill it and grill it tells the story behind the pages. Good recipes and cooking tips from Mr & Mrs Ted.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2006

    tempting delights

    this is a great book that shows you from start to finish writtion in plain and simple english that gave me some exellent game recipies that would be great for companys or partys or holiday gathering. this is truly a first publication that will make your friends and family want to come back to your home or office party for a second come back. its truly an expensive paperback what a deal.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2005

    Kixkin book

    Ted did it again. A very good cookbook.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2005

    TTTEEEDDD ROCKS!!!

    I hunt. I fish. I rock N roll. Ted kicks, oh and as far as all the verbage on Iowa's Homegrown Rick Black.....Heck Yea! This old hayseed is a rocker TOO!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2005

    I'v been a tedester fan for over 20 years! My wife and I have been bow hunters for more than 10...We both have been Rick Black fans since our first release!

    Hands down Teds book is great (Of Course)...Tedster Rules!.. After collage I married my wife Joy, and we started bow hunting...We bought 'Bag Em and Tag Em by Iowa's Rick Black and then 'Kill it and Grill it' By Tedster... Thezse Midwesteren boz know a couple or two bout' hunting! Words out about Black doing a complete book on nothin' but deer burger...Is this true?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2005

    You don't need to be a hick to love this book.

    My hunting buddies and I have always been big fans of Ted. Kill it and Grill it is a very good cookbook for all outdoorsman. From Fish to venison, Ted's book covers it all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2004

    I love the Tedster!! And Rick Black from Southeast iowa Rules!!

    I have all of uncle Teds books and All of Rick Blacks books. Who can say is the better hunter?? I am from the Midwest and I say both these gents are a bullett in the hunting world! I love Rick Black's way of words because I can understand where he is comming from. Ted..Rock on!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2002

    Next to Rick Black...Ted's book rocks!

    I just got Teds new cook book. I have enjoyed it so far. I heard Ted went on a hunting trip with Rick Black..(Funky duck cook book, Bag em & tag em,)..Did he get help with this book by cousin Rick? When will Ted be in the Springs?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2002

    Fire up the Wild Grill, It's Great

    Besides being a Fan of Ted, I think this book is great, he is wonderful with explanations....I love his versions! I might ad that as I do not prefer eating wild meat, I was raised in a large family who did, and still does, and in fact our son, who still lives in Michigan, (I live in Florida with my husband)is an avid hunter, and processes his own and grills every chance he gets(and is also a big fan of Ted) I decided to get our son a copy of this Book 'Kill it and Grill it' for Father's Day, and I know he will just love it, I hope he doesn't already have one, but he hasn't said anything, so I am hoping he doesn't! I was wondering if Ted is planning a book signing soon, and if so, would it be before Father's Day, it sure would be great to have him sign it for our son, would you be able to let me know if this is a possibility? And where the signing would be (city, and if at a mall or bookstore) Anyway, I think you will have a hard time keeping copies of this book on your book shelf.....I mean it! My e-mail is smgray47@aol.com (for if you find out where & when there will be a book signing!)

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