Ginger Coconut Venison; Cajun Smothered Pork; Orange-Soy Jerky; Planked Bear & Onions; these are just a sampling of the more than 100 classic and imaginative recipes found in this exciting book. Thanks to the subsistence lifestyle they led in Alaska, and their adventures abroad, the Haugens have gained real-life knowledge when it comes to preparing wild game. The result is an eclectic mix of tantalizing and healthy recipes that will transform the way many people view wild game.
Game meat is one of the most nutritious forms of protein, and diversity in preparation greatly impacts the end result. For the Haugen family, wild game is a part of everyday life, whether it’s prepared on the stove or grill, in the oven, or slow-cooked. When it comes to elk, deer, antelope, moose, bear, wild pig, and more Cooking Big Game unveils some of the most enticing, easy-to-follow recipes ever assembled in one book. No matter what your level of cooking experience, this book will introduce you to creative dishes all will enjoy for years to come.
|Publisher:||Amato, Frank Publications, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Since 1968, Scott Haugen has been pursuing salmon and steelhead throughout the Pacific Northwest. Today his travels take him to multiple rivers, from Alaska to California, in search of these exciting fish. As a full-time outdoor writer and TV personality, Haugen spends more than 200 days afield each year. The knowledge he has gained through personal experience is what he loves to share, with the hope that more people will be motivated to participate in the outdoor endeavors he so loves. Scott Haugen, his wife, Tiffany, and their two sons, live near Oregon's McKenzie River, one of the authors favorite streams.