- Wild Game
It seems like ages since I first wrote about this recipe, and it has been — at least in blogging time. I first posted a version of this dish back in early 2008, and it was so popular it even got written up in Field & Stream. But time marches on, and now I look […]
Hungarians like their paprika. They put it in everything, even salami. I happen to love this salami: Tangy, zippy with paprika and garlic but not overly spicy. Normally this is a pork salami, but I’ve done it with duck here. Most meats will work.
One of the greatest prizes in all of mushrooming, the cauliflower mushroom is both elusive and mesmerizing. It is the ultimate soup mushroom. Here’s how to find and eat it.
I used to hate meatloaf. Loathe it, really. But once I realized that a good meatloaf is, essentially, a giant meatball, I saw the light. So here it is, the one and only meatloaf recipe on this website. Enjoy!
There is a legend among a certain set of pastry chefs about the miraculous qualities of rendered bear fat in pastry. Well, it’s true. While these may be pretty classic buttermilk biscuits, they are the flakiest you will ever eat.
Jerky seems so simple, but the difference between good jerky and great jerky is profound. At last, I think I’ve finally made a great jerky!
When an authentic Sichuan restaurant opened up near my house, this dish immediately became my favorite: Pork belly, or in this case wild boar belly, braised then sliced thin and stir-fried with onions and black beans. So good, so easy.
Winter is the best time for clams and mussels here on the West Coast, and this briny, main-course soup from Sardinia is perfect for cool, rainy days.
What do you do when a friend drop ships you a dead snapping turtle? You make Creole turtle soup, that’s what. One of the weirdest things to land on my doorstep become one of my favorite new soups…
Wood ducks are both beautiful and tasty; and if you know much about them, you know they love acorns above all else. So I felt I needed to make a wood duck recipe that highlighted that. Wood duck, with acorn dumplings and a winter salsa.