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    A friend gave me this recipe about 10 years ago after we had some nice bear meat at a party he threw. I've never made it but the bear sure was good.

    Recipe #126266

    Here's a recipe for those that want to take the time to really enjoy the taste of a wild game stew. For awhile I couldn't hunt, but my son and stepsons did and would always bring home the goodies and ask for this when the snow storms hit and they all wanted to lay around the house and eat and stay warm. This is one of those recipes you can add, delete and improvise as you wish. As long as the wild meat is in there. I've doubled this recipe many times with a family of 7. It just takes a BIG stew pot. *s*

    Recipe #126148

    Here's a nice way to cook old squirrels which are too tough for frying.

    Recipe #125813

    Here's a nice recipe for a few young squirrels. Older ones seem to be a bit tougher and I usually fix them a little different.

    Recipe #125434

    Here's and oldie but goodie I found in my recipe book. Don't know where I got it but I've made it several times and have enjoyed it. This was the way my son fixed his when he got his very first grouse.

    Recipe #125006

    If you are in the Marines and being deployed, I just want to pass on the best darn recipe you'll ever see. First off tho you have to get in good graces with the ships cook cause you're going to need a few things from him. Actually "everything" except the water and sun. Some dude with a love for hooch made this during WWII and it's been pasted down through quite a few overseas trips. Just hang onto your cover when it's done.

    Recipe #107177

    I've lived on the Seneca Nation of Indians Reservation now for over 35 years and used to always get this bread when I went to the annual pow wows. This is an authentic Seneca (A tribe of the Iroquois Federation) recipe and is good to eat either warm or cold. I enjoy taking several to work to snack on during the day.

    Recipe #95915

    My next door neighbors mother gave me this recipe. It was one of her mothers little cakes she often made to go along with tea or coffee. Very easy to make and very, very tasty.

    Recipe #90040

    Here's an old stand by for a nice bear dinner. I found this in my hand written recipe saves but I've also found something like it on the net so I'm not the only one who uses it. If ya like bear...give it a try.

    Recipe #88554

    This recipe came from my nextdoor neighbors great-grandmother who was a Blackfeet Indian and has been passed on down through the family. This is a recipe you'll have to try because I know you are going to love it. Note: The prep and cooking time may vary with your experience and equipment.

    Recipe #73931

    In reponse to a request.

    Recipe #69352

    In responce to a reguest I dug this out of some old fishing recipes.

    Recipe #69350

    I got this recipe from a fishing magazine years back and it wound up my make again section. Goes well with a platter of rice or a hot baked potato.

    Recipe #69347

    Here's a recipe my cousin Sue gave me that we make every year. It's delious hot or cold, but we usually chill it covered over night and serve it cold with whip cream or vanilla ice cream the next day. This one is great for the ole sweet tooth. Prep time does not include cleaning persimmons and making the pulp.

    Recipe #68825

    A simple little recipe for when you get caught without any syrup for your pancakes or even over some ice cream.

    Recipe #67535

    A simple recipe for plain ol' Homemade Horseradish. I make a lot at once and I put mine in the fridge for 3-4 days then transfer all but one to the freezer. Note: Prep Time and Servings depends on the amount of Horseradish you have and want to make. I also recommend you make this outdoors or in a well ventilated area.

    Recipe #67052

    Simple and fun Muffins for the younger ones to do around the fire.

    Recipe #66436

    The Walleye is a member of the perch family and the perch is without a doubt the sweetest tasting freshwater fish there is. This recipe is from an old fishing magazine I found years ago and is one of the best fish chowders I've ever eaten. If you love walleye you have to try it.

    Recipe #66070

    A fun way to fix potatoes in the coals. The servings all depends on how many potatoes you fix, and the prep time is how large the potatoes are. You need some good coals that will last for a while.

    Recipe #65831

    Here's a simple meal that's easy to fix and you don't have to have a ton of ingredients to mess with. Seasoning can be fun here too depending on the meat you use. I've even used venison burger with this and it's great. Prep time is approx. as I never time anything when camping.

    Recipe #65827

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