November 2012

Hunting the Rut – Lockdown Strategies

by HuntingFreak
Rut Hunting the Lockdown Phase

When asked when their favorite time to hunt is, most deer hunters will reply without a doubt, “during the rut.” Perhaps it was summed up best in a recent tweet I read – “City boys live in a rut, country boys live for the rut.” (Definitely retweet worthy to say the least). Most hunters reflect […]

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Belgian Venison Stew

by HuntingFreak
Venison Stew

This recipe is based on a traditional Flemish recipe featuring beef simmered in beer. It’s a terrific way to fix deer or elk, and a good choice for some of those less-tender cuts. You can use any kind of beer you want – some cooks swear by Guinness – but your best choice is a […]

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Pot Glazed Wild Turkey

by HuntingFreak
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This recipe is the perfect way to cook an older bird, a really big tom, or the not-so-tender parts of any bird. You can put the recipe together pretty quickly, but it does require simmering for at least an hour but it’s worth the wait. This recipe was developed at a bowhunting camp in Oregon, and […]

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