A simple woodcock recipe you can do in a pan. Serve this with wild rice, roasted mushrooms and Brussels sprouts.
A three sisters stew recipe — corn, beans and squash — with grouse. You can substitute any meat, or leave it out, but I use sharp-tailed grouse here.
Grilled teal is a September favorite. Early teal seasons are happening, and the little ducks are great grilled with a zippy marinade.
Southern sour corn, a lacto-fermented pickled corn, is a specialty in Appalachia. Sweet, tart and crunchy!
Smoked doves are versatile: You can eat them hot or cold, and sauced with whatever you want. Mine bathe in a Mexican guajillo chile sauce.
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
Squirrel hand pies with acorn flour in the dough, filled with squirrel meat, walnuts, apples and cabbage. Down home and wonderful!
This is a twist on traditional squirrel and dumplings: Squirrel legs braised in wine, then served with pumpkin dumplings, kale and pecans.