Hunt It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It
The Complete Field-to-Table Guide to Bagging More Game, Cleaning it Like a Pro, and Cooking Wild Game Meals Even Non-Hunters Will Love
Wild game hunting and cooking enthusiast Haley Heathman shares her journey into the sport along with practical hunting advice, tips, and informative how-to recipes to “tame the game” out of meat in this easy hunting and cooking guide.
Big game, waterfowl, and upland birds can be tricky to hunt and even trickier to make delicious for dinner. With details on how to ensure you’re ready for the hunt, how to chase and clean your prey, and how to prepare it so guests are impressed, Haley Heathman will have you out in the field in no time.
Confused on how to hunt and prepare upland birds? New to plucking a duck? Unfamiliar with calling deer? Haley covers it all. When you come back from the field, choose an easy but decadent recipe that will enhance the natural flavors of the meat without any of the typical game flavor that turns so many hunters and diners away.
Take the mystery out of hunting and cooking wild game one species at a time with Haley Heathman.
Page Count: 238
Release Date: 10/21/2021
Available Formats: Softcover, Ebook
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“cleaning the game is well described and would help any newbie in getting the food ready for cooking. The recipes are well written and understandable by cooks of all levels…I will recommend this book…”
—Janet, GoodReads Reviewer
“This book is a must for anyone who loves wild meat. It’s important that we know where our food comes from, and understand the mindset of people willing to go to all the trouble to get it for us.”
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“This was the perfect book to pick up for when my husband went for his first hunting trip! I delighted in showing him multiple passages in the book and we both lingered over the jam packed, awesome information. The narrative voice was both informative and conversational, super fun! We'll be turning to this book every time we feed ourselves from the land. An absolutely valuable classic for people who want to live a more simple but not lacking flavor kind of life.”
—If Books Could Kill