Pros: Lots of colored photographs, Valuable section on working with wild game, Nutrient information for all recipes and a catalog resource for ordering wild
Cons: Not all the recipes have photos.
It is safe to say that I am the only one in my extended family that cooks wild game. If I expand that I believe I have only one friend that cooks wild game, and she doesn’t do it on a regular basis. When I talk about cooking wild game, I often hear how they don’t want to attempt it because they have no clue where to begin. I used to be in that same boat. However, this year my carnivorous husband took up bow hunting. With fifty pounds of deer venison in my freezer I suddenly needed to learn how to prepare it. I figured if he took the time to go out and hunt, I needed to prepare it the best way possible. You may wonder why I specified “deer venison.” Well in my new cookbook,...(read more)