With the uncertainty of processed foods lately, there seems to be more interest in the process of canning, or as we call it, bottling. This is a great way to tame those tough cuts of venison to be used later for chili, stew or sandwiches. Bottling meat is a fairly simple process, if [...]
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Late winter is a time when there isn't much going on if you're a hunter. The weather is breaking, and the toms are in pre-strut. It's time to get outside and do a little practice for the upcoming turkey season. Maybe it is time to rally the hunting clan together to discuss turkey [...]
Reprinted from the Apr/May 2003 issue. I know some of you have been or will be out flipin' arrows at turkeys this spring. I still intend to cover doing breads and deserts in a Dutch oven but thought I'd take a slight detour and help you prepare those turkeys that you may arrow. [...]
Spring is just around the corner, and Archery Golf is a great way to stretch your legs and bow limbs. The basic idea is to set up target "pucks" at different distances with surrounding hazards such as rocks and trees, then count the number of shots it takes to hit or knock over [...]
Grilling season is just around the corner, and nothing tastes better than fresh corn on the cob. As a kid I liked corn on the cob, but I didn't (and still don't) like the chore of husking it first. Grilling it eliminates that chore and gives the corn a great flavor. Loosen the [...]