Fall and winter are great for enjoying homemade soups, and this recipe is one of my favorites. It's hearty enough to fill you up after a day in the outdoors, and so easy to make. The best part, it can be completely customized for your specific tastes! The ingredients below are what I use to make it, but feel free to omit and/or add any of your favorite vegetables or seasonings. Ingredients: 2lbs ground venison 1/2 white onion 5 cups water 1 cup beef broth 1 tsp dried oregano
We love easy weeknight meals, and love using the meat we've harvested ourselves and this recipe combines both to create a delicious Mexican dish! Ingredients: 2 lbs of ground venison (you can use 1lb but I like my enchiladas full and beefy so I use 2lbs) 1 tbsp onion flakes or diced onions 1 8oz can refried beans 1 8oz can Rico’s nacho cheese 1 28oz can red enchilada sauce 1 4.5oz can diced green chilies 1/2 cup of shredded cheese of your choice 1 package of large tortillas 1
When it comes to hanging your hunting trophies, you want something you can trust to keep it safe and secure. I personally like the look of European mounts, and of course, they are much cheaper than shoulder mounts or you can even do it yourself. The hard thing about skull mounts though—especially large ones—is hanging them securely. In 2016, John and I both drew Idaho bull elk rifle tags, and when we harvested them, I knew immediately that they would become skull mounts. Upon
If you're planning to hunt turkeys this fall, or are lucky enough to still have some spring turkey meat, this is a very easy crock-pot recipe that is great for a quick dinner on the go or for a weekend lunch Ingredients: Tortilla Cheese Shredded/cubed turkey Ranch dressing Lettuce Bacon Cook the turkey breast on low for 10 hours in a crockpot, adding just enough water to for some moisture. Once turkey is cooked, shred the meat. Add ranch dressing to shredded meat. Actual amou
I'm 28 and just had my first hunt with my dad! He hunted and trapped growing up but over the years, he just quit going--therefore, I did not grow up hunting but always had to desire to. Thanks to my now husband for providing the opportunity for me to start, I've now been hunting for the last five years. This season marked the first chance I've had to get out in the field with my dad. He came to Nebraska to help my husband and I get things finished up before our son's arrival,
“It’s just a doe.” It’s inevitable…hunting season has arrived, and we’re going to be seeing quite a few posts across social media that start just like that. I’m guilty of it. And most people reading this probably are too. But why? Why do we discount the does we decide to take as just a doe? As hunters, we all go into season hoping to harvest a mature buck. Running trail cameras throughout the summer lets us watch antlers grow and gets us excited for opening day in the stand.