Who doesn't love pizza? Not only is it super easy to make, but there are so many options! Ingredients Wild turkey (can use any preferred game meat) Barbecue sauce (I prefer Head Country) Pizza crust Shredded cheese Red onion Bacon Cooking Instructions Preheat oven to 425, place ready-made pizza crust directly on rack. Sear the meat of choice in a pan. Once the meat has cooked thoroughly, add some barbecue sauce and let it rest. Then, cook bacon in a separate pan until crispy.
Having only been duck hunting for 2 seasons, it's something I've really come to LOVE! But honestly, eating the meat has been a struggle. I know some people love wild duck meat, but not having eaten it in the past, it has definitely been something I've had to learn to like. The meat has a strong, very gamey flavor that I'm not fond of, but since I'm hunting and killing these birds, I am definitely going to eat them. John and I have tried cooking them several different ways in
Road trips are an American pastime, and with summer here, more and more people will be hitting the roads—from scenic weekend drives to cross-country road trips and family vacations. For many people, that also means figuring out what to do with the dog. For me, that means loading the dogs into the back seat of the truck with their travel bed, food, bowls, toys, leashes/harnesses so they can enjoy the trip too! While traveling with your dog can bring a whole different experienc
There is so much you can do with ground venison. One of my favorite recipes is also extremely easy...venison salisbury steak. It's a great way to use up venison before the next season, or to have a simple and quick homemade dinner. INGREDIENTS 1-1/2 lbs. venison, ground 1/4 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup seasoned croutons, crushed 1 egg 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp black pepper 1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced 2 jars (12 oz each) mushroom gravy DIRECTIONS Preheat oven t