Wild about Game: 150 Recipes for Farm-Raised and Wild Game - From Alligator and Antelope to Venison and Wild Turkey

Wild about Game: 150 Recipes for Farm-Raised and Wild Game - From Alligator and Antelope to Venison and Wild Turkey

by Janie Hibler
     
 

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With growing interest in game as a source of red meat often lower in cholesterol than that of standard cattle, the need for some serious guides to cooking these nonstandard foods becomes all the more important. Hibler offers good advice on how to make the best of a boar chop or a loin of antelope. Side dishes that complement game's stronger flavors receive careful… See more details below

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With growing interest in game as a source of red meat often lower in cholesterol than that of standard cattle, the need for some serious guides to cooking these nonstandard foods becomes all the more important. Hibler offers good advice on how to make the best of a boar chop or a loin of antelope. Side dishes that complement game's stronger flavors receive careful attention, and the buttermilk mashed potatoes seasoned with chives would fit well on any dinner table.

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""Janie Hibler has been cooking the fish and game her husband has been bringing home for the last thirty-two years. She is a fine home cook who makes anything that swims, flies, or runs taste delicious. With detailed information on what to buy, where to buy it, and how to cook it, ""Wild About Game"" is the only game in town.""
--Marion Cunningham, author of ""The Fannie Farmer Cookbook""
""In recipes singing with simplicity, savvy, and sophistication, Janie Hibler leads us out of the woods in cooking game, both wild and farm-raised. Through stories and lore as well as dishes, she teaches home cooks to treasure America's natural bounty, giving us all reason to be ""Wild About Game.""""
--Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison, authors of ""Born to Grill""
""In ""Wild About Game"" Janie has captured the flavor of the cookery as well as the rich culture and history of these foods, which link us to our ancient roots. The recipes, text, photos, and illustrations weave a wonderful web to ensnare any curious cook.""
--Greg Higgins, Chef/Owner, Higgins Restaurant and Bar

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ISBN-13:
9780882407579
Publisher:
Graphic Arts Ctr Pub Co
Publication date:
02/01/2009
Edition description:
Illustrate
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
894,189
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

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