A recipe for fish stew inspired by the flavors of East Africa: fish, shrimp, vegetables, coconut milk and a touch of curry.
Korean barbecue is sweet, salty, sour and smoky. It’s a fantastic marinade for deer, elk, antelope or yes, beef.
A recipe for Chinese beef and broccoli done with venison. Venison and broccoli is a lean version of the Chinese takeout classic.
What to do with wild turkey legs? Make turkey leg stew. This New Mexican-style dish relies of turkey legs, chiles and dried corn.
Turkey mole is a dish that dates back to the Aztecs and Maya. There are many versions of the mole, the complex sauce that goes with the turkey. This is mine.
I call this recipe turkey lollipops: You braise turkey wings until tender, then slather in BBQ sauce and smoke them.
A recipe for Scandinavian nettle soup; basically a nettle bisque. This recipe is based on Swedish nasselsoppa, and can be made with any vivid spring green.
This is caldo tlalpeno, a classic Mexican chicken and vegetable soup, made with quail, turkey or pheasants. It’s loaded with vegetables, chickpeas, lime and avocado.