Video: Taste Testing Coyote Backstrap
As a general rule, if it’s wild game and prepared by a chef who knows their way around the kitchen, count me in. But I know most people will turn green when they hear what Hunt Chef has prepared... Coyote backstrap – yummmm? (Turn up the volume to hear the Facebook video) […]
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Wolf with a caribou hindquarter in Denali National Park. Photograph by Ken Conger / National Park Service We often explain our passion for hunting coyotes and wolves as wildlife management. By killing wild carnivores, we’re protecti...
We know it’s not easy to save a backstrap until summer, but this recipe from award-winning chef and hunter Tim Love ought to inspire you to try. Obviously, the elk is the star of the dish, but Love elevates the venison to another le...
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Each chef will prepare their favorite upland dishes during live seminars throughout the weekend Kansas City, Mo. – Jan. 26, 2016 – The post Wild Game Chefs Converge in KC appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.