Food & Drink

Four guides to cooking with game

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Duck, Duck, Goose | By Hank Shaw

This is a cookbook devoted to preparing and cooking ducks and geese, both domestic and wild, from the author of the award-winning blog Hunter Angler Gardener Cook.

Gut It, Cut It, Cook It.: The Deer Hunter's Guide to Processing & Preparing Venison | By Eric Fromm & Al Cambronne

Yeah, the title seems designed to induce gagging in vegetarians, but the advice within is sound. It's the ultimate "field-to-table" guide to butchering, storing and preparing your venison, with 50 recipes.

Venison Wisdom Cookbook: 200 Delicious and Easy-to-Make Recipes | By Tracy Schmidt

This book has a profusion of recipes for venison, 200 in all, with a section devoted to the recipes of celebrities, including Ted Nugent.

Afield: A Chef's Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish | By Jesse Griffiths

This attractive volume just came out last year, and features the photographic work of Jody Horton. It's all here: from hunting to butchery to cleaning, scaling, stuffing, frying and more.

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