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A good campfire gadget can make a big difference in your experience. These campfire gadgets might spark an interest for you to try a new style or to improve on what you have already been doing. Maybe you’re preparing meals with campfire cooking, or maybe you’re in need of small or portable with no clean up.
Here are some tips for prepping a wild game dinner for your family or friends. Do you love wild game meat? Okay, that’s a silly question. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t. One of the biggest challenges hunters face with their harvests is often in prepping a wild game dinner for their family and
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When it comes to finding the best venison recipe, expert archer Shawn Woods has some cooking advice! According to Shawn, cooking a whole deer neck is the best venison recipe he has ever tasted. If you just filled a deer tag and are in need of a good recipe, then listen up. Shawn has a
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Instead of just throwing your extra venison in the freezer, take some extra time and learn about canning venison. Once you have successfully harvested a deer and it has been processed and butchered, you are then faced with the decision of what to do with all your surplus wild game meat. Why not try our
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If you want your wild-game meat to last in the freezer, you need to vacuum seal it. As hunters, the ultimate measurement of success isn’t the score of an animal, but rather the amount of meat in your freezer. In fact, many hunters make it a point to only eat wild-game meat instead of shopping
This is a recipe every deer hunter out there needs to learn. As hunters, gathering food is our ultimate objective, so getting the most meat out of each harvest is our first and foremost priority. However, many hunters only know how to prepare the main cuts of meet, and often leave perfectly edible protein. Fortunately
We’ve gathered the 10 most popular featured products from CanCooker to ensure you’re getting the most out of your meals. By now you’re familiar with the famous CanCooker, but it’s important to know that the awesomeness doesn’t stop at the original convection oven-style steamer. There’s plenty to be excited about from CanCooker, which is why
Want to make a memorable drink dispenser? Check out this pumpkin keg. Autumn is here and not only does that mean hunting, football, and cooler weather, it also means imbibing at holiday parties. And what better way to imbibe than straight out of a pumpkin? Here is how to carve a keg out of a
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You’re sure to make a ton of friends if you bring a bottle of this homemade blueberry pie moonshine to your next gathering. A while back, I published a homemade apple pie moonshine recipe and it spread through Facebook and Twitter like wildfire. If you had the opportunity to try it, you probably found that it
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If you’re interested in how to butcher your own deer harvests, you might like this illustrated deer meat guide. This illustration by artist Nadia van der Donk shows where the different cuts of meat come from on a deer. A hind quarter alone from a single deer can provide a lot of meat that can last for months
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