This is a traditional Greek lamb shank recipe done with venison shanks; the only difference between the two is venison takes longer to cook.
Knoephle soup, a North Dakota classic, with little dumplings, cream, root vegetables and smoked meat, in this case, smoked sharp-tailed grouse.
A classic mac and cheese recipe with added roasted green chiles and pheasant.
A classic, beet-based Ukrainian borscht recipe using venison. It’s rich in flavor, but not sweet at all.
I started making mushroom ravioli many years ago, when I began seriously hunting mushrooms. These little parcels of love pack a ton of flavor, and are best served simply, with an herb or two, maybe some additional fresh mushrooms, and lots of butter or good olive oil. You’ll notice the pasta is brown. That’s because
A classic Polish hunter’s stew using whatever meats you have handy, from wild game to chicken and pork.
Pozole blanco, the white pozole, is from Guerrero, Mexico. This pozole allows you to add red or green chiles when you serve it.
This is a simple hen of the woods recipe where you slice the mushroom in big ‘steaks,’ then sear it under a weight.