Antelope Stroganoff

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When I think of comfort food, Stroganoff is definitely a recipe that comes to mind. This Russian dish turns game scraps into fall apart, delicious chunks of meat in a wonderfully savory, gravy-like sauce. Antelope Stroganoff Serves: 4      Cooking Time: 45 minutes Ingredients 1 lb. Game scraps [Could also be made with ground meat.] 1.5 c. Beef broth 1 c. … Read More

Bacon Cheeseburger Skillet

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This dish did not leave us missing the bun and definitely got added to list of favorite meals. It is jam-packed with flavor! Also… it has bacon, and that’s ‘nuff said ‘bout that. Bacon Cheeseburger Skillet Serves: 4-5      Cooking Time: 1 hour Ingredients 1/2 lb. bacon 2 tbsp. Olive oil 1 onion 1 tsp. seasoning salt 1 tsp. pepper 2 … Read More

Elk Ramen

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I have always loved Ramen. We tried this recipe out this year and fell in love! Easy meal that is a great change up from the normal meal line up. Elk Ramen Serves: 4      Cooking Time: 30 min Ingredients 4 c. beef broth 1 tsp. Fish sauce 2 tbsp. Soy sauce Olive oil 2 elk steaks, roughly 9 oz. each … Read More

Steak w/ Roasted Garlic & Cilantro Chimichurri

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My husband so desperately requested I title this dish “Bomb-Titties Steak”….. As you can see that didn’t stick, but I think it does describe this meal perfectly. Steak w/ Roasted Garlic & Cilantro Chimichurri Serves: 4      Cooking Time: 1h 30m Ingredients Cilantro Garlic Chimichurri Sauce: 1 Bunch cilantro 2 Heads of garlic (a head contains multiple cloves) 1/4 c. Olive … Read More

How To Kill Giant Animals

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I’ve long been a Coues deer fanatic. Something about the little mountain dwelling whitetail caught my interest some years ago, and chasing them has been one of my favorite things to do. Whether it’s their natural state of high alert at the snap of any twig, or the beauty of their mountain habitat, there’s something about them. I’ve been fortunate … Read More